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Why Automated Code-Free Employment Contracts Are Better

Why Automated Code-Free Employment Contracts Are Better

Automation is essential for corporations and organizations of all sizes and scales these days. Competition is fierce, and this is perhaps nowhere more apparent than when it comes to hiring qualified talent to join the team.

Many firms want to appear innovative to both their clients and their prospective new hires. Skilled professionals often have experience with innovative technology and they appreciate the ability to streamline day to day tasks. This way, they’re able to devote more time, energy, and resources towards bigger picture solutions that help drive greater growth for the firm.

Why use technology to streamline hiring processes

Let’s say your firm is in expansion mode; you’re actively on the hunt for new professionals who can bolster the capabilities of your organization. For the sake of argument, let’s say you want to hire 10 new prospects who can add their years of experience to your firm as either legal professionals or paralegals. Now, you need to create employment contracts to solidify the offers.

This is where it gets challenging without the right technology. Drafting employment contracts from scratch is a very time consuming process. Even if you were to use a pre-written template to draft most of the document, there may be specific terms and conditions for each individual hire that need to be inserted into the contract.

What if the template isn’t easy to edit? If you add in new details into the agreement, does it disrupt the entire formatting and force you to spend more time correcting those errors?

Simplify the employment contract creation process

Given the average job offer process takes up to 7 days, break down the above scenario in terms of that cost in time. If you have 10 legal professionals you’re trying to hire, and it takes up to 7 days to complete the process for each individual person, that’s a lot of time spent writing and finalizing employment contracts.

All of that time could become a sunk cost if the new hire doesn’t work out for the firm. Companies spent over $92 billion on training new hires between 2020 and 2021, which is further compounded by employee turnover. You don’t want to invest all of those company resources to, first, draft employee contracts and, second, train and develop that new hire if they’re ultimately not the right fit for the firm.

This is why it’s important to have an automated process that allows you to create employment contracts faster and easier. With the right platform, you can have document assembly and creation like you’ve never seen before. This way, you can gain back some of those working hours spent creating documents and reinvest that time and resources back into the business. You can also devote more time towards vetting and qualifying prospects so that you get the best new hire to support your growing business needs.

No code injection increases accuracy and efficiency

Certain platforms provide code-free employment contract assembly solutions that make the process even easier for your teams. You can use these drag and drop solutions to draft advanced legal or employment contracts as fast as you need to get them out the door.

These platforms are intuitive, easy to use, and built with a user-friendly interface. You can create automated documents and legal forms that can be sent off to the right party instantly. Plus, you can even save previously written text blocks within the platform and drop them into new documentation as needed. This makes it easier to reproduce elements of the contract that are ubiquitous across all offers, further reducing time and energy required to draft new employment contracts. It’s a win-win all around!

Are you ready to inject a code-free employment contract creation process into your organization? Join the MinuteBox revolution so that you can earn back more of your own time as you continue to source, vet, qualify, and hire new professionals that will contribute to the future growth of your business.