For the past few months we’ve been working hard to improve CiviHR’s user experience and interface and thought it was about time we pulled back the curtain to show you some of these improvements.
Recording details of staff contracts and then keeping them updated for any changes to job titles, pay, hours, and other job history essentials is vital not only for legal reasons but also for the proper functioning of your organisation.
Our goal has always been for CiviHR to be both affordable in price and comprehensive in features. In pursuit of the latter, our attention is now turning to the planning of the Recruitment module.
We know recruitment is a time consuming, but essential part of the HR process. We want to design set of features that will make an HR manager’s life easier by automating such things as emailing candidates, scheduling interviews, and collaborating internally on the hiring process.
We would love to find out from you what you would need an applicant tracking system to do.
On the 8th of September, we will be hosting a special evening at the Google Campus London in celebration of CiviHR’s official launch!
From 6:00pm to 9:00pm, we will share with your our journey creating CiviHR and open the floor for ideas, discussion, and for you to become a part of our future.
We are also planning some exclusive treats to make sure you have a great time. Grab yourself a candy floss, take home a polaroid from our photo booth, and automatically enter our exclusive competition just by being there.
In September, we will be releasing a new version of reports that will completely change the way you see and understand analytics. And we can’t wait to show it to you!
We met with a number of UK charities to discover what kind of reports would make a difference in their work life. And we found a long wishlist, with time, resources, and tools being the main barriers in creating powerful reports.
HR managers were endlessly exporting their data into spreadsheets and spending hours creating the same reports over and over.
HR is difficult. Especially if you’re a non-profit, seeking a system that is both affordable and comprehensive.
Many of you will have heard we are working on a project called CiviHR. This a project to make a great open source HR system for non-profits.
With seed funding from the Zing foundation, CiviHR is a fully featured HR system, based on a core of CiviCRM and Drupal, that will be freely available for non-profit organisations.
We are excited to announce the release of CiviHR 1.4 stable - a version that is all about increased usefulness of existing modules based on feedback from our valued nonprofit partners. A very special thank you to Katherine Causton from UK Youth, Jane Doughty from Farm Africa, Aparna Patil and Archana Bagra from SNEHA, and Bhavini Goswami and Amit Shah from AKRSPI for some great suggestions!
We are excited to announce the release of CiviHR 1.4 beta - a version that is all about increased usefulness of existing modules based on feedback from our valued nonprofit partners. A very special thank you to Katherine Causton from UK Youth, Jane Doughty from Farm Africa, Aparna Patil and Archana Bagra from SNEHA, and Bhavini Goswami and Amit Shah from AKRSPI for some great suggestions!