In the talent management universe, the new employee orientation and mainstreaming process are known as “employee onboarding.” Keeping in mind that you never get a second chance to make a first impression, your business should make sure that new hires feel welcomed, valued, and prepared for what lies ahead during their entire career.
Eliminate paper and utilize electronic paperwork to collect, manage and retain any required information from a candidate and following employee.
Unlocking the full potential of your new hires not only elevates employee enthusiasm—it dramatically accelerates the success of your business. Employee engagement is critical as soon as your new employees say “yes” to their job offers, when they are envisioning how they will fit into their new organization.
With Oryx Technologies, your new employees will experience a smooth and informative ramp-up that is streamlined, intuitive, and best of all – engaging. Built to serve a broad array of industries and organizations, Oryx Technologies simplifies and streamlines the paperwork completion process that too often stalls employee momentum to help them get more quickly to value contribution.
The result unlocks a smoother, more simplified, and more successful work-flow.
To meet employment regulations and drive internal processes, human resources (HR) departments must manage hundreds or even thousands of employee files and supporting documents. Ensuring easy access to this content for retrieval and audits can be a challenge – especially when documents are stored on paper across various file cabinets.
Oryx Technologies Employee On-boarding solution enables HR departments to better manage employee files, equipping personnel with secure, instant access to information. With our solution, organizations store employee documents electronically in one central location, reducing the time spent searching for content while increasing security and supporting compliance initiatives. Authorized personnel interact with documents and data directly from their human resources information system (HRIS) or other familiar applications, improving efficiency while moving HR processes forward. And by deploying the solution in either the cloud, on premise or in a hybrid architecture, organizations minimize HR resources and manual business processes and reduce costs operational cost.
Employee Self Service
Human Resource Managers are constantly being challenged to increase efficiency and provide better employee services. One dramatic way HR managers have responded to this challenge is by deploying Web-based solutions that offer employee self-service giving the entire workforce immediate access to critical information, helping to attract and retain the highest quality employees, and enabling more effective communication across the organization.
Employee Self Service (ESS) is a combination of technology and organizational change that enables users to interact directly with their human resource data to inquire, review and act upon transactions in the workplace. This human resource technology is known as employee self-service, manager self-service, or employee direct-access systems. ESS promises a "paperless" office, streamlined business processes, and the elimination of "administrivia" for human resource staff because employees and managers conduct basic transactions via computer that were formerly completed on paper forms and then processed by HR staff.
ESS creates a single, secure repository for confidential HR information and processes. It provides an easy-to-navigate environment that is accessible by all employees, regardless of where they are located 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Access rights for each employee are established by HR and are typically determined by the employee's position in the company organizational hierarchy, department, and key job functions.
Oryx Technologies ESS application, built on the latest Microsoft SharePoint technology, may be made available over the company's intranet or portal, through specialized kiosks or mobile devices to also support users not being part of an Active Directory or LDAP and may be confined to a company's private network or may be part of a Web self-service solution for customers, employees and managers.