Home office with ApuTime

Zdenka Zugarkova
April 2, 2020
English

In an article from last week we focused on home office benefits for both employees and employers. This time, we want to focus on how the home office works in practice with a proper tracking tool – ApuTime.

Recruitment process

Let's take a look at how recruitment process can look via home office. Here you can see a process map where all the steps are represented. For each task there is always an assigned employee who is responsible for completing it.

All the tasks are assigned to each employee's individual work schedule according to the process map. All information necessary to complete the process successfully (such as CV's, job description etc.) can also be attached to particular tasks. In this way, the company is able to replace face-to-face meetings that would normally be necessary to clarify job information and position requirements. In short, you can avoid personal candidate interviews thanks to a video call.

Using ApuTime, management gets an up-to-date overview of recruitment progress, freeing them up to focus on other tasks. If management wants an update on recruitment, instead of trying to coordinate with their colleagues all the relevant information appears in the app. Management can also be sure that their employees are working on their tasks even from home.

Even with the home office format of working, it’s possible to find ways for both you and your company to be as efficient as ever. For many people, home office is a completely new style of work. With Aputime, we’re able to offer companies a useful tool that will help their employees adapt to a new work environment.

You can try our application for free on www.aputime.com.

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