Great demand for administrative simplification
Unfortunately, it is different in practice Most of those questioned still have no possibility of making a leave application via digital means (69.8%), or of submitting an expense receipt (78.8%), or enrolling for a training course (71.9%).
Of those questioned, 73.8% also have no possibility of sharing relevant information with colleagues through an internal network, such as Yammer.
The figures show that employers do make efforts to simplify their administration. Today, three out of four of those questioned do already receive their payslips digitally. In at least 95.8% of cases, the initiative comes from the employer. The need for digitisation and administrative simplification is therefore present both on the side of the employee and on the side of the employer, and so we are certainly on the right track.
Bram Lerouge, CEO of Doccle: ‘At Doccle, we are pleased to see various different companies making efforts in terms of digitising their HR administration. This not only benefits the company itself, such as with cost savings and increased efficiency. Doccle also offers plenty of benefits for employees who receive their documents quickly in one safe and orderly digital archive.’
‘However, this questionnaire clearly shows that companies still have a great deal of work to do’, Bram continues. ‘Doccle is also perfect for signing contracts, or for receiving documents for group insurance, hospitalisation insurance, accident insurance, mobile telephony, time credit, unemployment, own contribution for Internet, company car and even the e-bike. We notice that these features are not often used yet.’