Onboarding employees and contractors typically involves several teams and team members. Operations or IT must create user accounts and grant access to the proper tools and sites, managers need to send welcome emails and set up meetings, Marketing will create a new bio and maybe even post an announcement to social media. The list of tasks is lengthy and varies depending on the role, employee type, and location.
It is more important now than ever to have a solid onboarding process as many employees are joining organizations while working from home. The first days of employment for a new hire leave an impression; the efficiency and attention to detail of the process affects how welcome they feel and how organized they perceive their new employer to be.
Let’s look at the pain points of onboarding, a possible solution, and the impact this solution can have on your organization’s productivity.
WHAT IS THE MICROSOFT GRAPH?
To ensure your organization is getting the most out of your Office/Microsoft 365 licensing costs, you need to understand the capabilities of Microsoft Graph and how it can be used. Simply put, Graph gives you access to an immense amount of data and allows for remote management of most Microsoft services and users in and outside of your tenant. It can securely connect Office, Windows 10, Business Central, Azure AD, Planner, Exchange, and more. Per Microsoft, “Microsoft Graph is the gateway to data and intelligence in Microsoft 365. It provides a unified programmability model that you can use to access the tremendous amount of data in Microsoft 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security.”
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