Papers, processes, and people. These are the three most important pieces of many businesses. But, they can also be the areas that cause the most errors and longest delays resulting in wasted dollars and compliance risks for staffing firms.
Paper forms create more than just clutter; they tend to be error-prone, time-consuming, costly to maintain, and encourage inconsistent processes across teams, branches, and brands.
“Between manual labor associated with preparing, processing, and entering paper-based forms into a computer system and the cost of paper, printing, and storage, staffing firms spend an average of up to $40 per candidate. If errors occur in the process, that number can quickly jump even higher.”
A digital approach to hiring and onboarding means more visibility, accessibility, and process control. Let alone savings on data entry. But that doesn’t mean onboarding software is the right fit for every staffing agency.
We’ve identified three triggers that should make onboarding software a serious consideration for your staffing firm:
There are many other signs that could signal it may be time to explore the benefits of onboarding software, but these are the top three. Even if your firm is not experiencing any of the above, efficiency, and reducing costs is always important.
Are you experiencing any of these scenarios? Schedule some time with us today.