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  1. An explanation of the hierarchy of process mapping
  2. Learn high-level steps for Hire to Retire process
  3. Learn key elements of a process flow diagram


Engaging in the exercise of reviewing and documenting your company's business processes is the first step in learning exactly how work is being performed, where the opportunities for improvement lie and what bottlenecks and inefficiencies exist. Once identified, steps can be taken to develop solutions and introduce new processes.

Making business decisions without clearly understanding the details of how a process works, can lead to costly mistakes and create inefficient working situations.

This guide will provide you with high-level process steps for Hire to Retire.
Hire to retire includes process steps to plan for hire, develop, retain, retire, compensate and manage employee information.

This guide will cover the following topics:
•  An explanation of the hierarchy of process mapping
•  Level 1, 2, 3 and 4 process steps in the Hire to Retire process
•  Elements of a process flow diagram

Included with this PowerPoint document you will also receive an Excel process grid that outlines Level 1, 2 and 3 process steps in the Hire to Retire process.

This is one document, part of a Process Map Series. If you would like to understand what Process Mapping is, please purchase Introduction to Process Mapping.

Other documents in this series include:
Introduction to Process Mapping
Order to Cash
Procure to Pay
Planning and Management Accounting
Tax Management
Treasury Management (coming soon)
Fixed Assets (coming soon)
Internal Controls (coming soon)

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Initial upload date (first version): Jun 9, 2015
Most recent version published: Feb 14, 2018

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