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Onboarding with EAS

How does your new employee onboarding programme work? If you are involved with getting new employees started in your business, you know that it doesn’t only involve HR.

In a world in which, according to Gallup, only 12% of new hires state that their company does a good job of onboarding, it seems that companies are failing to efficiently get their new employees settled into their jobs efficiently.

Antiquated traditional onboarding processes can often drag on for months, leaving HR staff distracted from other more productive work. Once you get multiple departments involved in the process, the entire onboarding process becomes a lot more complex. 

RPA (Robotic Process Automation) helps to simplify this complexity.

As any successful company will understand, the onboarding process is crucial to business achievement. Ultimately, revenue-generating employees are just as important as revenue-generating clients.

Onboarding with RPA helps HR managers create a better experience that is personal and customised for each candidate. It allows staff to streamline their efforts into more productive tasks. It ensures maximum business proficiency.

RPA has been artfully curated by EAS to help businesses maximise their onboarding potential. Thanks to RPA, EAS has helped to execute administration processes six times faster than before. RPA lets you reimagine your business potential.

RPA improves onboarding by:

* Offering consistent experiences to all new hires – RPA allows for personalised care for new employees and curates a memorable experience for each candidate.

* Reducing the chaos associated with paperwork – RPA encourages a paperless environment. Unnecessary and outdated legacy systems would become eradicated.

* Minimising the onboarding lifecycle – RPA ensures that employees are met with an outstanding onboarding experience, guaranteeing a stable and established workforce.

* Eliminating human errors – RPA ensures that significant documentation is neither missed nor neglected.

* Ensuring compliance with ever-changing regulations -RPA’s integrated flexibility assures businesses that they are never left behind. It is a natural and intuitive form of automation that can evolve and adapt to changes in your business’s applications and processes.

Lewis Hardwick, co-founder of EAS said “As companies start to get more comfortable with robotic process automation, they will see the benefits of using it to help onboarding new employees. Many RPA solutions are cloud-based and can be implemented without a huge investment in IT infrastructure. We have seen how the benefits of implementing simple RPA solutions can really help free up human resources staff to do other things.”  If you’re thinking of adding RPA to your onboarding experience, we would love to chat with you.