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.
In a recent article in HR.com, Pulpstream’s Romy Malviya discusses the benefits of turning to a no-code platform for LOA automation.