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Hireology Launches Onboarding Solution to Existing Suite of Services

Posted by Adam Robinson on August 4, 2016


New Product From the Leading Provider of Employee Selection Management Technology Automates Onboarding Process for New Hires, Offers Solution to Drive Down Employee Turnover


CHICAGO (August 4, 2016) – Hireology announced today that it is launching Onboarding, an all-new Hireology product that extends the platform’s process-driven approach to onboard new hires quickly and digitally within the existing Hireology software. With Onboarding, tax forms, personal information, and training materials can be reviewed and completed well before the new hire’s first day on the job, saving significant time and resources for the hiring manager each time a hire is made.

Traditionally, new employees and HR departments spend the first week bogged down with paperwork and company procedures that leave many new employees feeling overwhelmed and undervalued. In contrast, a process-driven onboarding experience has a strong correlation to employee retention with sixty-nine percent of employees more likely to stay with a company for three years if they had a positive onboarding experience. Hireology Onboarding offers companies a simple and streamlined approach to turn great candidates into high-performing employees, ultimately saving them time and money.

“Onboarding is a crucial component to the hiring process and it’s one of the first impressions that a new hire has of the company,” said Adam Robinson, CEO and co-founder of Hireology. The company developed the product in conjunction with Click Boarding, an industry-leading software which boasts many features that can be customized to fit the needs of the company and the type of hire. Robinson continued, “Hireology Onboarding puts critical forms and processes into a convenient online tool, allowing HR departments to focus on more important areas and new employees to contribute from day one.”

Hireology Onboarding is ideal for businesses who see the value in having a process-driven onboarding solution to centralize new hire communication and have new hires complete the needed paperwork and training materials digitally before day one so they can ramp up faster and contribute to the team immediately. For existing customers, Hireology Onboarding extends the applicant tracking platform to the onboarding phase. For all new customers, Onboarding is a component of the Hireology platform that will require a base subscription to the platform and can work alongside the Career Site Plus™ employment branding offering.

“Click Boarding is excited to partner with Hireology to deliver a most comprehensive hiring platform, starting with job descriptions through new hire onboarding,” said Christine Marino, Chief Revenue Officer of Click Boarding.  “Now Hireology customers can experience even greater efficiencies and improved employee retention rates, as the hiring experience for those involved is easy and engaging, from pre-hire to post-hire.”

With more than 3,000 clients representing small to medium-sized businesses across multiple industries including the franchise and automotive sectors, Hireology takes a structured approach to helping companies source better candidates, save administrative time and reduce employee turnover. As an extension of the company’s award-winning hiring platform, Onboarding will help businesses create a formal onboarding process and drive down costs associated with employee turnover.


To learn more about Hireology Onboarding, visit: www.hireology.com/onboarding or click on the link below to schelude a demo. 

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Talent Management, Management, Retaining Employees, Onboarding

Adam Robinson

About the Author

Adam co-founded Hireology with the mission to help growing companies make better hiring decisions through data and better technology. Adam is passionate about entrepreneurship, donating time to a number of organizations that support the entrepreneurial cause. Adam completed his undergraduate study at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and received his MBA from DePaul University in Chicago, IL.