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How Manufacturers Streamline Employee Onboarding

How Manufacturers Streamline Employee Onboarding

Electronic signatures can be used as a binding agreement and built-in I-9 and E-Verify tools automate forms and processes for employees and managers…

Hiring new employees can be tedious and inefficient for you and for the prospective new employee. Paperwork can be overwhelming and keeping track of piles of documents can be time consuming and frustrating. Here are a few ways that manufacturers streamline their employee onboarding process.

Automated Job Board Posting

Between requisitions, approval processes, posting listings and tracking applicants, filling just one position may take hours. And when you have multiple jobs to fill, the process quickly becomes complicated.  Applicant Tracking Technology (ATS) allows manufacturers to post to multiple job boards at once and save valuable time. Employers can rate the candidates and move them through the funnel quickly, getting to that top talent with ease.

Paperless Onboarding 

Seamlessly manage onboarding and compliance documentation, in an online platform. Utilizing workflow automation enables easy implementation, collection, tracking and storage of all forms and documents, including Federal and State tax forms. Electronic signatures can be used as a binding agreement and built-in I-9 and E-Verify tools automate forms and processes for employees and managers.

The new hire can receive an email authentication link to complete information and upload supporting tax documentation (W-4, I-9, Direct Deposit). An assigned editor can enter additional information (e.g., salary, verification). Auto-generated emails can be sent to HR and supervisors to keep them apprised of the new hire’s progress, all before their first day! You can even customize a company Welcome Message to your new hire.

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