Nearly 1 in 10 employees left their company because of a negative onboarding experience. On the flip side, a great onboarding experience helps attract and keep top-notch talent, and contributes to creating an engaged workforce. Personalization, a key consumer trend as we move toward 2020, can add to the effectiveness of your onboarding process. Read to learn some simple steps you can take to enhance your new hires' experience and follow links to a report and additional information.
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The release of Sage Alerts & Workflow v 9 introduces an entirely new concept in alerts software and extends functionality by including six acknowledgement types that provide specific information about the receipt of the alert and response to the action it requires.
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Moving from paper to Sage HRMS HR Actions is the time to carefully review the approval process for every transaction and take the opportunity to streamline it. Start by separating true "Approvers" from "Need to Knows."
"If only we had known..." Have you ever uttered those words? All of us in HR have plenty of times when they would be appropriate: An employee's work anniversary date slipped by without notice, a new hire arrived on her first day without the documents HR needed for paperwork, COBRA benefits information wasn't mailed out to a former employee, or someone's certification expired...