Imagine how easy HR managers’ jobs would be if they could simply hit a few keys and have super-qualified employees recruited, onboarded, and ready to work. That day is actually closer than you think, thanks to the digital capabilities that are reaching into every aspect of the human resource function.
In today’s unsettling and hypercompetitive climate, success depends upon the people you hire and the people you keep. To help their organizations improve at this, HR executives are looking to digital platforms to more effectively attract and retain needed talent.
Your sales team is always on the road. Give them the Adobe Sign mobile app, so they can send, sign, track, and manage contracts anywhere. See our tips for accelerating sales deals with in-person signing on mobile.
“Processes that took four weeks prior to the implementation of Acrobat DC can now be completed in four days or less.” Find out how Arthrex is leveraging the power of Send for Signature in Acrobat DC.
Today we celebrate National ESIGN Day with a look back at the history of digitally signing a single document. Find out how Adobe Sign helps keep track of when a document was sent, viewed, opened, and signed.
In order to simplify compliance with the new eIDAS regulation, Adobe and twelve other industry-leading organizations have formed the Cloud Signature Consortium to build a new open standard for cloud-based digital signatures.
New graduates bring a fresh set of expectations — not only about work environments, but also about when and where they work, and about how they blend their work lives with their personal lives.
There are many situations where you might want to delegate your e-signature tasks, so that business continues to move forward while you’re away. With Adobe Sign, administrators and users can delegate view, send, and manage privileges to another person.
At the end of the meeting, how do you get a sign-off from everyone at the table? The Adobe Sign mobile app, a companion app for Acrobat DC subscribers, allows you to instantly gather signatures with in-person signing.
You interview, you vet, you hire — it’s the typical HR loop surrounding new employees and one you’ve likely mastered. But more and more, organizations are revisiting the specific on-boarding process as well, and with good cause. With top candidates often juggling multiple opportunities, there’s an added pressure to confirm new hires fast — ideally within the first 24 hours.