Conversion On-boarding offers carriers a solution that provides drivers the convenience of filling out pre-hire paperwork online – when and where is best for them. The solution saves money, time and resources by efficiently and cost-effectively on-boarding drivers and owner operators.
- Streamline the Paper-Intensive Process – Traditional on-boarding is very costly and requires an abundance of time, resources and energy to ensure compliance of all the necessary tasks. Drivers spend many hours completing repetitive information on forms and reading company compliance polices. Longer on-boarding sessions can extend orientation lengths, costing you more time and money.
- Engage with New Hires Immediately – Allow qualified applicants to begin engaging with your company immediately upon acceptance by logging into a web-based portal containing all the forms and tasks the new hire must complete.
- Ensure Accuracy & Compliance – Automatic monitoring and tracking insures accuracy and compliance. Through secure internet access, drivers begin the process of completing the sequence of forms based upon the workflows Conversion On-boarding generates. Each document is time and date stamped so at any point in time, the hiring manager is alerted, and validation occurs on all of the data entered. If information is missing, the driver is alerted and cannot proceed to the next section or form.
- Save Time, Money & Resources – Since many of the tasks are completed before the new driver attends the on-site portion of orientation, the time necessary to complete the remaining tasks is shortened- saving time, money and resources. The orientation moderator is able to provide individualized attention to an applicant as needed regardless of the task.
- Lower Your Risk with a Comprehensive Audit Trail – The workflow processes lower risks by ensuring every document is completed correctly and that every document needed is in inventory. An audit trail provides evidence that an applicant completed each task within the on-boarding process. If an applicant fails a comprehension survey or exceeds time to completion standards and is released from orientation, the release is supported by quantitative results contained within the audit trail.