HR Software Pricing Options

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If your company is in the process of purchasing and implementing HR software, it’s important to know how to navigate your pricing options.

There are many key pricing methodologies when it comes to recruiting software, but the three most common are per recruiter/manager pricing, per employee pricing and per hire pricing. According to BrightMove, each methodology has its own implications.

Although many vendors no longer offer a per recruiter/per manager pricing option, it’s usually the ideal option for companies that don’t intend to implement an employee portal. The price of this methodology is lower than other pricing models, as you only need to license recruiters.

ATS Webinar to Help Company Decision Makers

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If you’re in charge of selecting your company’s ATS, a new Webinar will help keep you up on the industry.

“Workforce Planning and Talent Management: What Your CEO Wishes HR Would Do,” is a one-of-a-kind free Webinar for HR executives and other technology-decision makers presented by ERE and Taleo. The Webinar is scheduled to take place from 2 to 3 p.m. on April 14.

The Webinar will benefit any HR executive or technology decision-maker who is in charge of ensuring their organization selects the right ATS. It also will be useful to: staffing directors and vice presidents, recruitment managers, corporate recruiters, CEOs and top HR executives in talent-driven industries, and other HR professionals who are responsible for evaluating and selecting an ATS.

Staffing Software Becoming Too Complex?

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In order to better compete in a changing marketplace, some companies are making their staffing software offerings too complicated, making it more important for companies to know how to choose and implement the right software.

When it comes to the emerging talent management technology expansion, employee performance management has become a clear focal point. As the popularity and usefulness of automation has grown, so has the number of vendors offering various staffing software solutions.

Unfortunately, this has caused some companies to try to “out-feature” their competition, causing vendors to sacrifice ease-of-use and system stability in favor of additional features, modules and integrations. This only increases complexity, implementation time and cost, resulting in more dissatisfaction and system replacement.

ATS Companies, Users Should Benefit from Recruiting Upswing

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A recent survey detailing the trends the recruiting industry will see this year may help ATS (Click here) providers and users.

“Optimism Abounds: Staffing and Recruiting Industry Expectations,” a new report from Bullhorn, revealed the results of the company’s 2010 trends survey of what recruiters expect for the staffing and recruiting industry.

The report also outlines key statistics and ideas to increase job orders and turn a greater profit margin this year. Among those ideas are a grater concentration in sales and social media networks, especially with LinkedIn.

HR Software Mistakes to Avoid

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There is a lot of advice out there about what you should consider when implementing HR software, but what about the things you should avoid? Visit http://pcrecruiter.net/home.htm to learn more.

Here are five common mistakes to avoid when choosing your company’s HR software, as compiled by compareHRIS.com:

  • 1. Not determining your needs upfront – Make a list of what you need the software to do for you, and refer to the list as you go through the selection process. It can be easy to lose sight of your goals if you don’t set them in the beginning.