HOW DOCUMENT AUTOMATION CAN STREAMLINE THE HIRING PROCESS
For employees starting a new job, life can be complicated enough without the hassle of incorrect documentation or unnecessary delays.
Often these people have already gone through a series of grueling interviews and evaluations, or perhaps have moved from another town or country, and the last thing they want to do is have to banter back and forth with the HR department over minor details.
Taking on a new hire is a difficult process for the employer as well, what with the productivity loss associated with being understaffed, coupled with the drawn out process of going through CVs.
Add to that the necessity to interview potential employees and then contact the successful applicant, and it becomes obvious that the last thing you would want is additional hurdles in the hiring process.
That is why it is important that the process of beginning a new job be made as easy and as seamless as possible for both employer and employee - and document creation software can be the answer.
When generating the mountains of necessary contracts and essential paperwork associated with starting in a new place of work, content creation software can ensure that all essential information is accurate and that the layout of the documentation remains consistent across the company.
Rather than drawing up a contract from scratch or manually copying large chunks of text from a previous version, your HR department can simply populate a pre-prepared template with the necessary information.
Individual details which need to be changed - such as contact information, salaries and additional benefits - can all be altered easily with minimal technological knowledge while maintaining overall accuracy.
Because the best automated documentation solutions also offer complete content governance, contract templates can be easily adjusted across the whole company by an authorized user as well.
That ensures consistency and legal compliance in all departments while still providing the necessary flexibility to enable your business to adjust as it grows and changes direction.
The result is that the new employee can get settled in to work faster without having to worry about incorrect contractual details, while at the same time the entire document production process can be made faster and more efficient for the employer.
Thus your business can be back up and running at full capacity faster than ever before and people can get back to focusing on the important issues - such as the bottom line.