The set-up process usually consists of three steps.
1. Technical and legal approval
In many cases, you will need permission from your data protection officer, IT security, and the works council. We will then draw up a service contract that regulates the cooperation. This contract may have to be approved by the purchasing department.
2. Adaptation of the system
Simultaneously to the first step, we will work on the individual adjustment of the system. We discuss which modules you would like to use for which purpose, determine participating locations and departments, and adapt the registration page to your corporate design. Then we test the functionality within a small group.
3. Internal promotion
After all approvals have been received, and the system has been configured and tested, you can introduce it to your employees and invite them to participate. Many companies use mailing lists, newsletters, or the intranet to promote Workdate. We will be happy to support you with information material and best practice examples.
Every Workdate introduction begins with a two-month free trial period. During this time, you evaluate whether the system brings the desired added value and is actively used by your employees.