Ensure compliance in highly-regulated industrial service industries
Hire for Fit: Industrial Services
Highly regulated industries face unique recruiting challenges and compliance record-keeping mandates. We can help.
Attract, recruit, hire, onboard, and train new employees anywhere in the world with software aligned to your unique needs.
How our solutions benefit industrial service providers
Recruit and retain for complex and diverse needs
The skills required for industrial services are often complex and diverse. Attracting and retaining people with the necessary skills can be challenging. With HireRoad, organizations can hire for fit as well as train for fit. All while maintaining compliance and security requirements on a global scale.
Reach candidates where they are
From job postings on leading career sites, to standardized question forms and SMS alerts, build a responsive and compelling journey that gives prospective employees a sense of your culture and values. No matter where in the world they are. And no matter where in the world your HR teams are. All with an integrated system.
Onboard and educate quickly and effectively
Seamlessly onboard new employees and ramp them faster with diverse training that engages and educates. Access to 100,000+ courses ensures you meet the training needs of a diverse workforce. Automatically assign learning pathways based on roles and responsibilities, and manage digital certifications.
Centralize learning resources and records
Managing version control and access to training materials is easy with a centralized learning platform. HR Learn ensures your employees have access to the most current resources.
And you can simply automate course management across your organization and employees, so the right people have the right training at the right time. And you have an audit trail and records centralized for regulatory requirement compliance.
“At any one time, Glencore will have 1,500 jobs live globally. It’s such a relief that we no longer need to rely on our recruiters to double up on posting jobs.”