Saving Millions by Automating Onboarding
from the 2012 Onboarding Leadership Conference
26 April, 2013 | (01 hr)
North Shore-LIJ reduced start time by 50% while saving $1 million per year in onboarding materials and orientation programs. After assessing the effectiveness of its processes in 2007, they migrated from paper-based tasks and implemented an automated system which increased efficiency and communication to more than 7,000 new hires per year.
Audience: Onboarding leaders, organizational design and development, learning, leadership development, operations, talent management, and employer branding professionals.
Ms. Susan Shevlin is presently assistant vice president at North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System. She previously held the position of senior director of recruitment and staffing at Mt. Sinai, New York Presbyterian Hospital. She is a graduat... Full Bio
Ms. Vertichio is the director, nursing talent acquisition at North Shore LIJ Health System. In this role, she works diligently to oversee the onboarding of talent to the Health System with over 7000 hires in 2012. In addition, she leads the team i... Full Bio
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