The COVID-19 pandemic has brought significant changes to both work and home environments, with more people working from home than ever before — and many families considering moves to less crowded areas of the country.
The legal field is complex, and the demands it makes on lawyers and their teams are often unpredictable. This is why lawyers, paralegals, and clerks have much to gain from incorporating best-in-class technology in their processes.
If your organization’s HR onboarding process is like most, it involves a lot of paperwork before new hires are ready to hit the ground running.
Some initial documentation, like the I-9 or benefits enrollment forms, are time sensitive. Others, such as your employee handbook, are crucial to a new employee’s foundation for success. Yet despite their importance, getting through the sheer mass of forms can be a tedious and exhausting process for both new hire and HR staff alike.
And shortcutting the onboarding process can hurt both employee and employer in the long run.