Before a candidate receives a formal offer, that offer is subject to internal review. The job offer approval process involves HR and the hiring manager. Time is taken to consider the salary offered and the position criteria. There will be calls, meetings, and reviews of the offer. All of this will happen before the formal offer is presented to the candidate.
All of the above can create a lot of activity such as:
- Tons of emails
- Many phone calls
- Internal memorandums
There will also be a lot of last-minute tweaks that can cause processes to be repeated.
About 40% of US companies have decided to outsource recruitment. This is due to the costs associated with repetitive tasks. However, a structured and organized process can save time and money without resorting to outsourcing. Those savings will nearly double if everyone involved has to access a single resource. That’s what the workflow below is. A single organized point of tasks that can be run through one by one.
That is what will make your HR process so easy.
Forget duplicating work and chasing up departments, everything you need is right here.
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