The service is aimed at cutting costs as it moves through its primary task: engaging employees. The goal of onboarding is to provide a smooth and automated conversion experience from candidate to employee
On the employee’s first day of work, the solution kicks into gear and helps “to speed productivity,” a news release noted.
“The ability to create customizable bundles by position ensures that there isn’t a single thing that falls through the cracks when a new hire starts, and helps to hold individuals accountable for their pieces of the process,” said Casi Jewett, MA, PHR, Employee & Labor Relations for Santa Rosa Community Health Centers. “The new release of Taleo OnBoard will help us to further ensure compliance and speed up the onboarding process, which is critical in the fast-paced medical world.”
Onboard has been bundled with new features, including dependent tasks and location-based activities.
Other features, which Taleo posited as industry-firsts, include configurable form – administrators can add unlimited, customized company forms, collecting and tracking information that becomes part of the employee record; and employee life cycle management, which aims to reduce administrative burden.
“Taleo OnBoard is the only solution for the small and mid-sized business market that comprehensively equips companies to make the best impression on a new hire’s first day of work, which is a critical first step to engaging and retaining top talent.” said Michael Boese, Senior Vice President, TBE and Talent Grid at Taleo. “These new capabilities strengthen our suite of talent management solutions, including Taleo Recruit, Taleo Perform, Taleo Learn, Taleo Comp and Taleo Insight, and further drives Taleo’s position as the leader in the market.”
According to its website, Taleo is offering a free 30-day trial for interested employers.