Case Study: Apple Sauce, Inc.

Sponsored by:
 
July 26, 2012

Case Study

Manual tracking, screening and onboarding methods produced disjointed hiring practices for Apple Sauce, Inc.— a major franchisee of Applebee’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill. Decentralized data-management cost the company time, money and compliance.

New hires spent three-fifths of onboarding time filling outpaperwork. Processing paperwork manually took more time and resources, which required constant follow-up for missing employee data.


Topics: Hiring and Retention , Human Resources , Operations Management , Staffing & Training

Companies: PeopleMatter


Related Content


Latest Content


 

TRENDING

 

WHITE PAPERS