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7 key processes that HR departments are automating now

by Nintex

The onset of the pandemic sent a shock wave through HR organizations. HR professionals worked quickly to find and develop new work-from-home policies that would keep employees safe, comply with health and employment advisories, and sustain productivity. But what they needed most was to streamline processes in order to keep up with work and help comply with evolving rules.

Access this report by Nintex to see the seven key HR processes that are ripe for automation—along with expected benefits and capabilities needed to implement each.

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