Human Resource professionals deal with a lot of paperwork, and a lot of information about every individual at any given company. Due to the data-rich nature of HR, good software is a must for the modern day HR guru. Software designers have not missed out on this opportunity, resulting in a multitude of HR software, covering every aspect of HR, from payroll, to performance evaluation. With so many options out there, it’s good for all HR professionals, and HR students, to know which software is the best performing and the most useful. Online Human Resources has taken the guess work out of it for you, and evaluated the top 3, in no particular order, HR management software programs available on the market.
1. Employee Performance and Talent Management Software by Halogen
Halogen is a strong contender for HR software leader. 1500 plus organizations operate this web-based program, and it’s easy to see why. This user-friendly software offers 6 separate yet fully-integrated suites: eAppraisal, e360 Multirater, eLearning Manager, eSuccesion, eCompensation, eRecruitment, and Job Description Builder. These separate suites allow HR managers to pick and and choose which tools are most important and useful to them. It’s no wonder Toshiba, MSNBC, and Dole all choose Halogen when it comes to HR software.
2. Quickbase by Intuit
From the makers of Quickbooks and Turbo Tax, Quickbase is a web-based platform that allows users to create unlimited applications based on their individual companies needs. Quickbase, is essentially, an on-line database with massive customization abilities that allow users to increase productivity, teamwork and efficiency. Considering 50 of the Fortune 100 companies, including Google and ebay, choose Quickbase, I think it’s safe to say Quickbase is one of the best options available.
3. Talent Platform by iCIMS
While not as all-inclusive as some HRMS, iCIMS offers user-friendly HR tools that zero in the most important aspect of HR, recruitment. The iCIMS tools are: social media and job board posting, customized career sites for resume submission, electronic orientation documents and communication with an emphasis on employee retention, vigorous searching and reporting within a centralized database, and 24 hour 5 day a week customer support complimentary with service. iCIMS offers succinct, modern, brand-centric HRMS for companies of all sizes, Hershey’s, Whole Foods, and Sony Music, all agree.
Depending on the size of your company, and of course your budget, Employee Performance and Talent Management Software, Quickbase and Talent Platform are the three most popular, user-friendly, and useful HRMS options available on the market. That said there are literally hundreds of options out there for companies of all types and sizes, so be sure to do your research before selecting an HRMS. All three companies offer free trials so give each one a try, and see which platform you prefer, and best fits your company. No matter which HRMS you choose, they are sure to make your job as an HR professional easier, more seamless and more organized.