Stuff That Needs to Be Done When Hiring the New Guy

Saturday, December 25, 2010
There is a standard set of things that have to be processed when a new employee is hired. Issuing a card key, making business cards, registering accounts, etc. The type and amount of additional tasks depend on the company. It's often difficult to make sure all of these tasks are done without any one of them being forgotten. This is when a "split workflow" is convenient.

In particular, the system accounts that the new employee needs will depend on his/her job responsibilities. HR can input a fair amount of info in the first task, but it's good to get the new employee's supervisor to check some of the procedures. That's why there is a list of necessary procedures that the supervisor can check (Card key, Business cards, Groupware, ERP, CRM, SalesML, Customer Service ML).

By the way, there are some things that don't have to be processed immediately but do occur after a while, such as establishing the employee's transportation route until the first salary payment, or notifying the end of the three-month training period. In the below workflow, you can keep these tasks until you are ready to finish them.