'Hong Le knows what it's like to be in a strange land with little guidance. That's why she's trying to improve HR onboarding at her company, reports TechTarget.
In an Aug. 29 article headlined 'Company's project for new hires mirrors HRIS manager's personal journey,' news director Mark Fontecchio writes:
'When Hong Le was in her twenties, she began her own personal HR onboarding process.
'Le was a teacher in Vietnam, but immigrated to the United States with hopes of a better life. With little knowledge of the English language and few contacts, she didn't know how she would support herself.
'Some 20 years later, Le is HRIS manager of Inova Health System, a healthcare organization that serves more than two million people a year in the Wash., D.C. metro area. And one of her main goals is to improve HR onboarding so new employees' transitions into Inova are smoother than her own into America.'
The article follows her discovery process, then continues:
'At Inova, Le and her co-workers began looking for an HR onboarding product that was automated and easy to use. She began an analysis of products and came upon Infor Enwisen, which Inova was already using for case management and a knowledge base. Le asked to see the vendor's onboarding and offboarding module.
"The way the system is designed, it is very easy to navigate and process," she said. The company went live with Enwisen onboarding this May. …'