Example of onboarding process

Release Date:
24/10/2017

At the start of creating this process model, we made several roles and groups in order to categorise and define who does what.

These roles are: 

  • Company
  • Database
  • HR Manager
  • New Hire
  • Trainer

These roles were given descriptions as to what the role meant.

We also created groups as a means of grouping certain activities together under a category. For this example they are: AutomaticCompany, and Rules. These groups are applied to all the activities that fall under each one respectably. The Automatic group refers to the activities that are done automatically, the Company group refers to activities that are done by the company, and the Rules refers to the rules that are set up between the activities i.e connections.

The proess model starts with four activities that can be executed: Find computer for new hireFind trainer for new hireEnter new hire’s information, and Fill out contractual papers. These activities can be done in any order and multiple times but must all have been executed at least once before moving on in the process model.

The model contains the most used business rules such as: conditions, response, include and exclude. Read more about them here.

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