We recently opened our second office in Salt Lake City, and we’ll be relying on Quickbase there to help ensure that all employees have access to the same resources, information, and community that our employees here in Cambridge have.
For example, we have two applications related to our Joy Division and Quickbase Cares program that we plan to share with them. We hope these apps will be helpful for bringing both cultures together while also enabling the Salt Lake City office to shape facets of their own culture through local community events, volunteering, and other activities.
This year, we’re planning to track even more HR metrics in Quickbase. Over the past couple of years, we’ve spent a lot of time getting everything set up on the platform, and now we want to focus on all the reports and digging into the data that we can pull out of Quickbase to provide deeper insight.
For instance, we have a Recruiting Central app and being able to instantly pull together reports on long-term hiring metrics will help us better spot and understand trends like how long it takes to fill a certain position.
We also want to continue to integrate recruiting and onboarding apps to help make that transition even more seamless. This is especially important as we expect hiring to increase.
Other things I can share on our wish list are to turn more of our manual processes—like tuition reimbursement and immigration processes around visas and work eligibility—into Quickbase apps to save even more time.
In a relatively short span of time, Quickbase has made our work lives so much easier by enabling us to streamline our HR processes. Now, every time a new process comes around or we change one, we immediately think, “How fast can we get this into Quickbase?”
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