3 Benefits Of Automating Your Leave Of Absence Processes

As the economy begins to slow down, companies are taking a second look at their budgets and processes. Companies are realizing now more than ever that they need to find ways to save money and time on day-to-day tasks. Paper-driven, manual processes are commonly inefficient for HR departments— specifically, managing leave of absence (LOA) requests. In fact, 60 percent of businesses use workaround solutions for LOA that often involve handwritten documents and manual data entry. 
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5 tips for automating leave of absence processes

Most companies have outdated and inefficient leave of absence processes. Because of this, it takes companies, on average, eight hours to manage a single protected leave request. We’re working to change that. With Pulpstream, what used to take hours now takes only minutes. In his recent article in BenefitsPro magazine, Romy Malviya, VP of business development at Pulpstream, shares five tips for automating leave of absence processes. In this article, you’ll learn how to digitize and automate your leave absence processes to ensure FMLA compliance and reduce time spent on administrative tasks.
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The Benefits of Automating HR Processes in Food Industry

In an industry that is vulnerable to compliance concerns and regulations, like food and beverage, manual documentation is not enough. Prone to human error, manual spreadsheets and hand-written notes can lead to improper data entry and further compliance risks. 
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Streamlining Inefficient Leave of Absence Processes: Five Key Benefits of Using an Automation Platform for LOA

Automation is rapidly changing nearly every industry. For decades, human resources processes have been full of inefficient, paper-driven tasks. Automation is revolutionizing this, and Pulpstream is at the forefront of ushering in this change. 
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The Use Case Podcast: Live from SHRM 2022

Businesses thrive on collaboration and efficiency. But paper-driven processes get in the way. Pulpstream is on a mission to eliminate paper-driven processes, automate redundant workflows, and free HR professionals to do the work they’re uniquely equipped to do: care for people. 
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The Commerce Casino expands Pulpstream platform’s reach

Home to one of the world’s largest card rooms, LA’s The Commerce Casino employs a large team consisting of over 2,000 employees. From maternity leave to bereavement to the simple need for a break from the busy life of working at a casino, their HR departments are routinely flooded with leave requests. 
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How To Use Digital Transformation To Take Your Company To The Next Level

As a part of Authority Magazine’s series on digital transformation, Pulpstream;s Romy Malviya sat down with editors to discuss how companies can use digital transformation to take their company to the next level.
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Empower Your HR Professionals With No-Code Process Digitization

If you ask a chief executive officer of almost any organization and in any industry what their most important asset is, you will often hear that it is not their multimillion-dollar facility or specialized equipment, but their people. And who is there to take care of an organization’s most important asset? Human resources (HR) professionals. So it would make sense for organizations to ensure that their HR professionals have all the tools, resources, and help they can get, right?
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How to Improve Return-to-Work

How much do most organizations spend in order to handle the average return-to-work case? Studies have found that firms spend an average of $4,800 per case. Fortunately, there are more options today to help teams not only take control of the return-to-work process but also to use that data to make decisions and changes to keep employees safe and the organization focused on its mission. 
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How Pulpstream’s Low-Code/No-Code Tools Streamlined HR Processes

Randstad, a global leader in the human resources services industry, is dedicated to helping businesses and professionals come together to secure rewarding jobs and drive operations forward. Every day, Randstad puts about 650,000 people to work annually, generating about $24 billion in revenue. As an industry leader, Randstad is entrusted with working with partners to keep employees safe and to help businesses better understand their potential risks.
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