By Igor Sawczuk, Co-Founder, Wandlee
The goal of zero waste is to move to a circular economy where we write trash out of existence. Instead of discarding resources, we create a system where all resources can be resumed fully back into the system. When you are thinking about #zerowaste movement the very first thought is to go recyclable, go reusable and go paperless.
According to the data, the most wasted resource is time. Time is also HR’s biggest commodity. It is not deniable that there are challenges to maintain the utilitarian zero waste ethics in all company processes. When we are asked about automation, we fear that it can be infectious and drastically reduce job rate. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Human resource department has a satchel full of options that help them prevent time wastage and help focusing on important tasks. We estimate that activities that account for 20% to 35% of the HR department time can be automated by adapting available technology.
One of the examples is candidate experience, which becomes a more and more crucial aspect in regard to building a modern team. There are significant downsides to make your candidates miserable when applying for your job offers, nevertheless most specialists tend to ignore it or blame it on the existing ATS workflow. Candidates expect to seamlessly and effortlessly communicate across devices and processes. They use instant messaging as a proxy to deal with the constantly evolving world of interfaces, accounts and systems.
Providing the tool that can speak their language and automatically answers questions and scheduling lead to reduced time engagement per candidate in half. Finally you can focus on people.
While there are a handful of solutions available on the market, only a few provide benefits without dire consequences. How do you decide wisely? First of all, you want to go with automation software with no-code solutions. This means you don’t need coding or technical knowledge to set up your automation system. These are business-ready applications that work quickly and form their own work processes so that you don’t have to. Second of all, know your numbers and work with solutions that are data oriented.
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