Escrito por: Natalia Herrero Fecha Monday 15, February 2021 Categoría: General
In recent months, companies have been forced to digitise their processes as a result of the pandemic. This change has been reflected, among other areas, in HR. Until then, recruitment and other employment procedures were carried out face-to-face. However, this way of working has been interrupted and, for the time being, there is no end.
Faced with this situation, professionals have seen an opportunity in digital signature as it allows them to speed up contracting processes, optimising their time and ensuring that the signed documents are fully legally valid.
Technology offers the possibility of automating the work of professionals in charge of labour relations with their employees. In the case of the digital signature, it is an opportunity to optimise their work, reducing the time spent on administrative tasks with little value and focusing their efforts on issues that really require it.
This is the case, for example, in recruitment processes. With the digital signature we offer the candidate the convenience of signing documents at any time, and from any device. This will increase their level of satisfaction with the company and their commitment to it. Thus, we must not forget that the differentiation of a company is promoted, among other factors, by the ability to attract and retain talent.
In companies, a multitude of employee-related tasks are performed daily, which in many cases require the signing of documents. Having an electronic signature makes it possible to optimise these tasks throughout the employee’s life cycle. That is, from the moment an employee is hired until the end of his or her activity in the company.
As we have seen, digital signatures have many advantages for HR professionals. These are the main reasons why a company needs to digitise the relationship with its employees: