SmartRecruiter’s launched a new product, SmartOnboard, that it said will provide new hires with “a seamless onboarding experience.” The native solution allows HR departments to reduce the time needed to offer a “simple, tailored” onboarding experience.
SmartOnboard will deliver a “compelling” new experience, standardized and automated onboarding activities, and improved compliance measures and cost savings, SmartRecruiters said.
“Organizations with a standard onboarding process experience greater new-hire productivity and an increase in talent retention, yet very few companies can report that they’ve got it right,” said Jerome Ternynck, SmartRecruiters founder and CEO “Research shows that nearly two-thirds of employees stay with a company for three or more years if they experience great onboarding. SmartRecruiters said it “listened to our customer’s needs” before setting out to create a product that truly streamlines the onboarding process for both hiring managers and new employees.”
Ternynck noted organizations with a standard onboarding experience get greater productivity from new hires, and enjoy increased talent retention. “Research shows that nearly two-thirds of employees stay with a company for three or more years if they experience great onboarding,” Ternynck said.
More Efficient Processing
SmartRecruiters said automated onboarding frees up onboarding teams from managing paperwork and allows them to focus on getting their new hires effective. Through SmartOnboard, companies can control their new hires data from a single system,
“Onboarding is one of the lowest-rated areas in talent acquisition technology today, according to Fosway research, and one of the most in-demand areas for future investment,” explained Sven Elbert, senior analyst at Fosway Group.
In January, SmartRecruiters partnered with PandoLogic, a subsidiary of enterprise software firm Veritone, to power talent acquisition and intelligent hiring processes through advanced AI. Companies that use SmartRecruiters’ programmatic offering, SmartJobs, will be able to use PandoLogic’s AI-enabled recruitment technology, the companies said.
By Solomon O.
Solomon is a staff writer for RecruitingDaily and The HCM Technology Report.
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