Efficient Forms, LLC Launches Additional Employee Maintenance Functions into Efficient Hire EHX Employee Onboarding and WOTC
The Efficient Hire EHX employee maintenance options combined with the employee onboarding process gives companies the ability to implement a paperless employee file from onboarding to offboarding and everything in between.
Littleton, CO (PRWEB) November 28, 2012
Companies are looking to completely get away from paper employee records. Having already addressed the paper-intense job application, employee onboarding, and Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) processes, Efficient Forms has now made it possible to remove the paper side of employee maintenance. With additional “transactions” built into the industry leading Efficient Hire EHX/WOTC product, direct employers and HR Service Bureaus are able to rid themselves of the paper employee file.
“Many of our clients, from large restaurant groups, retail organizations, and staffing firms all the way to HR Service Bureaus and payroll providers, have asked us to expand the efficiencies we created in areas like employee onboarding and WOTC. When considering where our products should go next, we take direction directly from our current clients. Thus, we've added in things like employee change requests, performance review, disciplinary actions, and terminations. With these additional transactions in the system, our clients can attain a fully paperless employee file.” Todd Fenske, VP of Sales, Efficient Forms, LLC.
Efficient Hire EHX focuses on businesses that hire internal employees while EHX Service Bureau targets companies providing payroll and other human resource related services to their customers. EHX Service Bureau remains behinds the scenes, allowing service bureaus to white label and quickly configure the overall Efficient Hire offering for their distinct needs.
The Efficient Hire EHX and EHX Service Bureau offerings now allow businesses and human capital management servicing companies to quickly launch and implement an automated job application, onboarding, and WOTC screening processes, as well as employee maintenance transactions, to their direct hires and clients. Specifically, these products allow the job application process to flow into WOTC screening and new hire onboarding; real time integration then feeds data to payroll systems. Now, with the addition of maintenance transactions, all of the end employee needs can be met.
Efficient Hire EHX and EHX Service Bureau products can be configured and implemented very quickly. Efficient Hire EHX can be customized and configured to meet and employer's hiring needs within a week. Many direct clients are live within two weeks of purchasing Efficient Hire EHX. EHX Service Bureau allows for each Service Bureau to setup, configure, and manage its own customers through an easy to use Customer Setup Wizard that asks all the relevant questions required to best utilize EHX. With the template based approach, setup of a customer can be completed by a Service Bureau in a matter of minutes.
In the competitive Human Resource Management Services market that is dominated by several large entities, EHX goes beyond leveling the playing field by allowing all HR Service Bureaus to add automated employee maintenance to their customer offerings, saving time and money and earning more customers. In addition, EHX allows Service Bureaus to retain customers longer as the EHX features become an integral human resource necessity for everyone.
About Efficient Forms and Efficient Hire:
Founded in 2004, Efficient Forms, LLC is a privately-held Colorado company that specializes in automated electronic solutions for dynamic and cost-effective forms completion, data collection, and process workflow. Their Transaction Origination Platform powers the company's various industry leading SaaS services by allowing its customers to capture data for multiple forms by using an online one-time-entry "interview." Its market leading solutions Efficient Hire and Efficient WOTC automate the new hire onboarding process for all types of employers.
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