Once candidates have been selected to fill job roles, the onboarding process begins. This can be the most time-consuming and costly factor in bringing people into the company and hopefully getting them up-to-speed fast.
According to a report from Undercover Recruiter, employees will train for 32 hours each year, which costs employers an estimated $1,200 per year for each employee, however, some experts believe that it can cost much more than this. Onboarding can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months, depending on how complex the job and company policies are. During this time, orientation and training processes take place, and human resources paperwork is filed. But, the most critical element is for employees to become assimilated with the company, their new team, and the new ways that business gets done.
What if a hiring and onboarding app could streamline all of this?
Fortunately, there’s an app available just for these purposes! Tasytt is the latest in recruitment and onboarding tools that any hiring team can use to make this entire process smooth and simple. The cloud-based app, available for Android on Google Play at the present time (soon to be available for Apple devices too), is already supporting the hiring goals of hundreds of companies.
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The app includes the following benefits and features:
• An interactive training platform for introducing employees to their role and company processes
• A centralized location for all new-hire paperwork, including the ability to upload new documents
• Hundreds of company profiles to enable employees to familiarize themselves with peers
• Calendars, schedules, and meeting information all in one place for new hires to succeed
Based on workforce research, when employees have a positive impression in the first few days and weeks on a new job, they are much more likely to stick around for the long haul. Getting the most from Tasytt takes practice, but with the support of a recruitment firm like Venteon, all of the hiring, onboarding, and training processes can be blended into a positive experience for new hires.