DocCenter makes the process of registering with CHASE much easier for candidates and has certainly lived up to our expectations. It improved our ability to service our clients efficiently, resulting in direct savings for our company.
St. Paul, MN (PRWEB) July 10, 2009
It's no secret that business creates jobs, and now one innovative company has taken employment efficiency to the next level by making it more attractive for firms to engage workers.
CHASE recently implemented a 100% paperless employment process throughout its network and is finding that the laws of supply and demand are indeed applicable to the job market. By lowering the cost of employment overhead, CHASE is able to provide its clients quality candidates at less cost, and that means more engagements both temporary and full-time.
Based in Atlanta, CHASE operates 35 employment branches throughout the United States and partnered with designers from Tempworks Software in Minnesota to achieve a paperless process, DocCenter, that reduced screening time by 50% and eliminated 90% of its paperwork. That means time savings for everyone from job seekers to staffing clients.
CHASE Systems Administrator, Gabriela Cabezas states, "We cut overhead everwhere - administration, paper supplies, shipping and postage, storage and retrieval. Our goal has always been to streamline all of our business processes and the application process was one we had yet to tackle."
"Chase has been leading the staffing industry for 30 years, and their ideals motivate our software designers," says Tempworks Executive Vice President, Cory Hintz. According to Hintz, CHASE and Tempworks have been innovating together for many years to help successful companies find top talent. "From search and retrieval to web-based time entry to electronic documents and paperless payroll, CHASE has pioneered industry best practices."
Roy Abernathy, CEO of CHASE, realized immediate benefit to his bottom line. "DocCenter makes the process of registering with CHASE much easier for candidates and has certainly lived up to our expectations. It improved our ability to service our clients efficiently, resulting in direct savings for our company."
A political perspective came from Tempworks president, David Dourgarian. "Federal stimulus dollars do not 'create jobs'. At best they siphon money from one pocket to another, creating inefficiencies that make people worse off. The job market behaves according to the laws of supply and demand just like other markets, and when an innovator like CHASE reduces employment overhead that makes it more attractive to hire people."
And with unemployment rising sharply, every little bit helps.