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Fieldglass

16 Ratings

ADP Enterprise eTIME

56 Ratings
Score 6.6 out of 101

Fieldglass

16 Ratings
Score 7.1 out of 101

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Likelihood to Recommend

ADP Enterprise eTIME

ADP Enterprise eTime is good for smaller employers with very few variances in policies, PTO/sick accruals, etc.
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Fieldglass

I think Fieldglass is perfect for situations in which payments are contracted out, or paid on a project-completion basis. As in our situation, its perfect to organize extra external projects that are ongoing. Dates and timelines for approval and payment are easily seen, calculated, and approved.

It would not be ideal for a regular payroll scenario as most employees would feel burdened by reporting their time on a regular basis. It would also put a unnecessary task of individual approval processing on the payer.
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Pros

  • Once the pay rules, access, time entry method, etc. is set-up correctly, the system accurately calculates time, PTO, OT, shift differentials, etc.
  • Entering punches, pay codes is easy for employees to use.
  • Approving time cards for managers is easy.
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  • Fieldglass does a good job of displaying the jobs that are open, and allows for vendors to quickly determine the status of the jobs, the location, posting dates, and how many candidates you have submitted for each one.
  • Fieldglass does allow some filtering and search capabilities. When you get to a large number of jobs on which you are working, that is invaluable in keeping organized. Many other VMSs do not do a good job of this.
  • The submittal process, of attaching a candidate to a specific job, is fairly short and straightforward. That's important because it saves time. Many VMSs take forever to get a candidate through, and are not intuitive at all. Fieldglass is better than most in that regard.
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Cons

  • Reports and client ability to modify
  • Client services - should have a dedicated group to call...
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  • The simple display and way you navigate the jobs page is not very intuitive. There could be better information displayed than what is there, and it doesn't always make sense in how you move from one page to another.
  • I really don't like the requirement of the last 5 digits of a candidate's social security number for the "Security ID." Some candidates are reluctant to give that out, when paired with their birth day (also required). I'm not sure why this couldn't be a different piece of information - last 5 of the primary phone number, for example.
  • Some of the field are not well-defined. For example. there is a Resume field, then an Attachments field. And the rate section isn't 100% clear, especially when entering overtime rates or discounted rates.
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Likelihood to Renew

ADP Enterprise eTIME10.0
Based on 1 answer
Already using product and I have been happy with the results.
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Fieldglass7.0
Based on 2 answers
Again, Fieldglass is a strong contender but Fieldglass can be difficult at times to work with and not as supportive as I'd like. As so, I'd be willing to try Beeline or other top competitors
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Usability

ADP Enterprise eTIME5.0
Based on 1 answer
In some ways, the flexibility of eTime makes it much more usable than some time card systems. I can log my own hours at my convenience (as long as it is during the pay period), and eTime sends me a reminder email 24 hours before the cut-off for each pay period. I can log hours for multiple positions using particular pay codes, although there is no way for me to save frequently used or "my" pay codes -- adding this feature would be a much-appreciated improvement to eTime's usability. Juggling multiple pay codes within the current system, however, is cumbersome. There can also be problems if an incorrect or overlapping hour is accidentally entered and saved -- certain fields turn red and are difficult to adjust, often requiring the help of a software administrator. Correcting other errors and entering historical hours is extremely difficult, and the software does not work well on some browsers (and it is unattractive when I have been able to get it to work)
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Alternatives Considered

We chose it because it works well.
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As I mentioned, I did not specifically choose Fieldglass, as our clients made the selection. However, I can definitely compare them from a user perspective.Fieldglass is better than WAND, Covendis, PeopleFluent, and Beeline, pretty much across the board. WAND's rate section is much better and easier to understand, and the attachments are easier to manage. However, WAND also requires one to enter skills and duties that are basically duplicating the resume, which is a lot of extra work. IQNavigator is much easier to use when submitting the initial candidate, but after that it gets more difficult. It forces you to enter a lot of extraneous information which slows the entire process down. IQN is not very intuitive either. PeopleFluent also asks for a lot of extraneous info, and the flow from tab to tab is terrible. Beeline's core submittal process isn't bad, but the overall application is not intuitive, and information is scattered throughout the application and not organized well. Covendis is terrible, front to back. There isn't a single thing about Covendis that would make me choose it.In summary, Fieldglass, from a vendor perspective, is one of the best VMSs I have used. I would certainly recommend it over WAND, IQN, PeopleFluent, Beeline, or Covendis.
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Return on Investment

  • None at this time
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  • I would have to say Fieldglass has made a positive impact, only in that having access to it has opened up some client relationships we didn't have before. I am a vendor to clients using Fieldglass, so I can't really report on the financial successes they may have had by implementing it.
  • The negative side to Fieldglass, or any VMS, really, from an agency perspective is that it cuts out manager contact. That has a negative impact, both to the agency and the hiring manager. No longer can the managers really explain what they need, and no longer can an agency understand the req deeply. We have to work off of a scrubbed job description which is generally pretty vanilla.
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Pricing Details

ADP Enterprise eTIME

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Required
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ADP Enterprise eTIME Editions & Modules
ADP Enterprise eTIME
Edition
ADP Vantage HCM Time
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ADP Global Time and Labor Management
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ADP Workforce Now Enhanced Time
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ADP Vantage HCM Time
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Pricing is based on a per employee model. Billing is monthly, based on a subscription model.

Fieldglass

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Fieldglass Editions & Modules
Fieldglass
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