ONBOARDING

Simplify your onboarding with new hire task lists

Make sure everything gets done—without sending dozens of emails.

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Create tasks to meet your onboarding needs.

Does your new hire need to fill out tax forms? Add their direct deposit information? Read and acknowledge the employee handbook? Whatever you need to have your employees do, simply make it a task that they can complete within Eddy.

Help your new employees stay on track.

Take the guesswork out of onboarding by sending new hires a list of tasks they need to complete. In their employee profile, they can see which tasks have been completed and which ones still need to be done.

Assign team members to support new hires.

The new hire isn’t the only one who gets assigned tasks. Bring in other members of the team by assigning them to do things like prepare the new employee’s desk or welcome them at the door.

Easily view onboarding progress.

You don’t need to email new hires (or team members) to see if they’ve finished their tasks. All the information you need is available at the click of a button, so you can quickly check in on your people’s progress.

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If I was just paying for the onboarding part of Eddy, I would still be happy with what I’m paying for.

Alison
Chena Hot Springs

I really like being able to send an onboarding packet out to a new employee. They handle it, and signatures are gathered, and I can access those documents anytime I need.

Lynda
Bean Family Enterprises
RevRoad

Being able to send them everything they need to just have them ready to go … is really helpful. And then being able to continue to send documents, signatures, notifications … the whole entire new hire packet process is the key for me as I onboard people.

Amy
RevRoad

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