Used to manage a moderate employee base. Generally use for things like making sure the proper people approve/deny requests, to accompany project planning, etc. Extremely easy to set up from an administrative perspective and it does the basics to get the job done. After you get beyond the ...
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Human resources personnel wear many different hats, but that doesn’t mean they have to rely on just as many different software systems to manage their workforce. FinancialForce HCM brings human capital management into the cloud, providing businesses with recruiting, onboarding, talent management, benefits, and time and attendance tools within a unified application.
Tied in natively to the Salesforce1 platform, FinancialForce HCM provides human resources departments in any industry with ways to see how their employees are performing, along with insight into why their employees may not be performing at their optimal levels. Key HR metrics can be visualized and monitored with reporting and dashboards that are available on both mobile and desktop devices.
FinancialForce HCM was developed with both human resources departments and business users in mind. The cloud-based solution automates business processes through self-service, approvals, and notifications. This gives HR a way to remove themselves from tedious paperwork and tactical efforts that can get in the way. As a result, HR departments are able to work strategically and provide better value to the businesses they manage.
FinancialForce HCM allows HR departments to share workflows and approval processes, which eliminates many of the barriers that can build up between departments within an organization’s infrastructure. Because FinancialForce HCM is built on the Salesforce1 platform, the software gives users complete visibility to their workforce data and provides a consistent user experience from beginning to end. Employees are able to use the same interface for HR, CRM and many other back office applications, which improves adoption rates overall. Additionally, organizations find that their employees take advantage of Chatter and all of the HCM self-service capabilities that leverage Chatter, the industry-leading collaboration tool from Salesforce.com.
FinancialForce HCM includes a built-in applicant tracking system that is completely unified with the rest of the HCM system. Recruiters are able to actively interact with candidates through tens of thousands of job boards and career sites but can also take advantage of their employees’ social networks. All job postings can be cascaded to LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook, reaching candidates who may not be actively looking at your company. All referrals are linked to the original referrer so that the employee can receive thank you gifts or referral bonuses. Once a candidate has successfully completed the application and interview process, FinancialForce HCM generates a job offer letter that can be signed electronically and when completed, their candidate records are automatically brought into the HCM system.
Users can review the status of any applicant from within the recruiting module, or click on the title of an available position to see the current status. From one main page, you’ll be able to see how many job applicants have been interviewed and how many job offers have been sent out. You can also see the average rating of each applicant based on feedback entered into the FinancialForce HCM system.
As mentioned above, FinancialForce HCM takes advantage of the social tool, Chatter, to exchange information. From within a Chatter feed, users can see embedded human resources pieces. For example, if an employee has a time-off request, then that request will appear in the Chatter feed once it has been approved by a manager.
Each employee should have his or her own Chatter profile. On that profile, you’ll see a list of posts. You can share what you’re currently working on through this page, and upload files or documents to distribute with your team. Colleagues can comment on or “like” the posts you add to Chatter as well.
What professional goals do you hope to accomplish this month or this year? With FinancialForce HCM, employees can set personal goals and team goals. Using the social capabilities of the module, employees can ask others to help achieve those goals, which are tracked against each user’s progress toward accomplishing those goals.
Click on the “My Goals” tab to open up a list of your personal goals. You can create a new goal by clicking “New Goal,” and quickly see how many goals you’ve accomplished so far this year. By working with a manager or supervisor, you should be able to create personal goals that align with the larger objectives of your department or organization.
One of the easiest ways to manage a workforce and reduce labor costs is by monitoring employee time and attendance. FinancialForce HCM offers a time and attendance module that automates the process. Timesheets allow employees to record time against work, while FinancialForce HCM’s Easy Clocking system captures data and feeds timesheets through an API.
Ask employees to start punching in and out of work with FinancialForce HCM, making sure to enter the earning code, project and assignments they were working on (when applicable) each day. FinancialForce HCM can record time against locations and work, which ensures accountability and helps larger organizations avoid compliance-related issues.
FinancialForce HCM integrates natively with any application built on the Salesforce1 platform. The recruiting module integrates with Broadbean Technology, which allows FinancialForce HCM customers to post job requisitions on more than 10,000 job boards and websites. The recruiting module also integrates with DocuSign and LinkedIn through an API that enables candidates to apply for positions with their LinkedIn profiles.
Organizations can integrate FinancialForce HCM with major social media platforms. This allows employees to push links to job postings to their social media connections. FinancialForce HCM also integrates with Work.com, which is Salesforce.com’s performance management application.
Pricing for FinancialForce HCM runs on a per user, per month basis, with a minimum number of users that must be purchased.
Brings human capital management into the cloud.
Provides organizations with recruiting, onboarding, talent management, benefits, and time and attendance tools.
Runs natively on the Salesforce1 platform.
Manages labor costs with time and attendance tracking.
Helps HR departments derive insight from delivered analytics so they can take action as required.
Human resources departments in any industry are able to use FinancialForce HCM. Although the software was built for the mid-market organization, it is scalable to the enterprise.
FinancialForce HCM is frequently adopted by high-growth companies, including Pandora Internet radio. In the case of Pandora, the organization began using FinancialForce HCM when it had fewer than 500 employees, but has since scaled to more than 1,200 employees after adopting FinancialForce HCM.
Companies who are part of the salesforce.com customer base look to FinancialForce HCM for several reasons, including having a single, consistent user interface, minimal additional training, single sign-on and no investments in hardware.
Companies who are not part of the Salesforce.com customer base look to FinancialForce HCM for several reasons, including cost savings, innovative HR technology, social capabilities, access to Chatter, and scalability.Read the full GetApp Analysis