It's time to make your business life a little more simplified....for free. With a variety of resources available, which ones are the best ones for your business? Today we have researched and are sharing our top 5 online HR tools to help you through your workday.
Bitrix24 is a complete suite of social collaboration, communication and management tools for your team. You can use Bitrix24 as a free human resources management system (HRMS) for your company. All the core HRMS features – from an employee directory and a self-service portal to leave management and work reports are there, wrapped in a social interface that your workers and HR department will love to use. Over 1,000,000 companies use Bitrx24, but it’s mostly unknown to HR professionals.
As you might have guessed from the name, ScheduleHead is a free online employee scheduling service. The free version is limited to 75 employees and uses email as the only way to notify them about their work shifts. The paid version automatically texts your employees and signs them up for shifts, rates your workers from 1 to 5 stars, and rewards those who do best.
iDoneThis is a free work report software. It sends your employees daily reminders to fill out a short form about what they’ve done. At the end of the day managers can view what each team member has accomplished. Super simple and super useful way to keep everyone up to date on what is actually getting accomplished in your company. Free for one user.
Free and easy accounting, invoicing, and more. There are a number of accounting tools available inside WaveApps, payroll being just one of them. The free version is ad supported. The paid version is ad free, but has $9 per user each month. It is mobile friendly as well.
WebHR is a smaller version of Bitrix24. It does not include the file sharing, document management, client management and tasks that are included with Bitrix24. The drawback to this one is that many of the HR tools are not accessible on the free version. However, the plans are very modestly prices $25 for 20 employees and $50 for 50 employees.