Companies choose to address the challenge of process digitization from ignoring it to becoming a trendsetter. A KPMG study from 2019 addressed to HR has a suggestive title: “The future of HR 2019: In the Know or in the No”.
Going digital at the whole organization’s level is a complex and lasting process. The solution often consists of choosing priorities, making an action plan and ACTING, even with small steps. That’s what our client, Dedeman, did for his recruitment process a few years ago.
Business context: Dedeman owned 18 DIY stores and had ambitious expansion plans when they decided to use the Sincron recruitment software solution. Read the case study to learn more.
Read in detail about:
1. The goals for improving the performance of the recruitment process and the sensitive points we started with:
• Manual introduction of resumes into the database
• Manual update of the information in the resumes
2. The solution offered by HR Sincron in 2010: digitizing the recruitment process and making the most of using the online as a recruitment channel.
3. The results of the collaboration
Would you like to finish with manually executed tasks, and you’re dreaming about process automation? Do you think the place of information is preferably in an electronic database, with all the related benefits of recruitment software, instead of the classic cardboard files? Then this case study is for you.
Additional benefits: The solutions described here provide the basis for a much easier adaptation of an HR department to the EU GDPR requirements.
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