Monday, September 12, 2011

FAQs Part 1

Why should I use RoleSync™? I already have a good hiring and onboarding HR software tool to integrate new employees into the company.

A lot of organizations have a process in place to get an employee integrated into the company officially so they can begin working on their assigned job and with their team and manager as soon as Day 1.

RoleSync™ is unique in that it focuses on training the new employee with their job-specific requirements.

Is RoleSync™ only used with new employees?

Not at all. Everyone in the organization can benefit from using RoleSync™. When an employee transitions to a new role, it can be a daunting task. Even though they still work for the same company, everything about the job itself may feel foreign. RoleSync™ helps them learn their new assignments and be fully engaged quickly, so they can make immediate contributions to their new team.

Does that mean RoleSync™ can help decrease my turnover rate?

We all know that the first 90 days on the job is a key period to help integrate employees into their new role and make them feel a part of the team. If they don't know how to start their job assignments, or know what those assignments are, they can quickly feel disengaged from the team and company.

RoleSync™ provides a dashboard of pending items that the new employee needs to complete based specifically upon that job description. Managers then can monitor the level of employee engagement through the transition process.

Which type of companies should use RoleSync™?

Because RoleSync™ helps organizations deal with workforce transition, the organizations that would probably benefit the most from this service would be those who employ 75 or more employees. Job transitions at companies this size happen quite often.

Additionally, organizations that have jobs more technical in nature, and use computer systems often, would benefit the most. Industries such as healthcare, financial, banking, manufacturing, retail, aerospace, telecommunications, and governments would be a good fit.

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