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New employees information and profile data can be pulled directly from the job application with the ability to also integrate profile data directly from LinkedIn as seen to the right. Profiles are visual with an option to include a avatar photo. Contact information including phone numbers and email are also promptly displayed.
As a HR Director, one of the most difficult and time consuming pieces of the onboarding process involved essential new hire employee tools and resources to do their job including employee badges, software and email access, and other technology and tools like computers, mobile devices, and VPNs and more importantly for those that travel frequently the corporate credit card. cfactor works with your process and develops a work flow for you and the organization on the back end. As part of the hiring and onboarding process, hiring managers and HR can quickly request access to different employee tools, technologies, and resources with the click of a button. Process tickets are automatically created and appropriate departments notified of the required tasks to complete. No more running around and following up on spreadsheets submitted or a separate portal to access to request a ticket number in a completely different network. I can already feel the black hole time suckage slowing. Work flow ticket requestors able to check in on the process making onboarding nearly seamless for the new employee.
cfactor offers a full suite of integration and companies can add as little or as much of their technology as fits their needs. Check out their suite of HR technology and integration services to create central and unified system that supports your company’s employment brand. To learn more about CFactor and their offerings, you can visit www.cfactorworks.com and connect with them on Twitter @cfactorworks.
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