Epicor HCM Reviews

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Usability

7
Where it's good: Epicor HCM at a high level has a straight-forward interface for navigating to the main content sections at either the employee or HR administrator level. The interfaces are consistent throughout the application, and after a brief learning curve, one can navigate through the remainder of the interface pages in any content area without too much difficulty. HCM also has great tools for making sure the analysis of data is available and accessible to non-programmer personnel.

Where it struggles: One thing working against the usability of the HCM product is the overuse of the row-selection scheme for all many to many relationships. HCM uses a "select the row from the left frame" and then "enter data corresponding to this row in the right frame" scheme for most of its data entry components. One example of overuse is the employee address entry. During the first setup of an employee or during a candidate's application, HCM allows the user to specify multiple addresses. While this functionality is desired for long-term storage, an option doesn't exist to forgo this interface type for quick initial entry for the primary use case (one address per employee). This is one example, but is particularly visible when a candidate must also bridge the learning curve.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Employee demographic data (8)
5.0
Employment history (8)
6.0
Job profiles and administration (7)
5.0
Workflow for transfers, promotions, pay raises, etc. (8)
4.0
Organizational charting (4)
2.0
Organization and location management (7)
4.0
Compliance data (COBRA, OSHA, etc.) (3)
8.1
Pay calculation (3)
6.1
Support for external payroll vendors (6)
7.2
Benefit plan administration (6)
5.5
Direct deposit files (4)
7.6
Salary revision and increment management (5)
6.7
Reimbursement management (1)
8
Approval workflow (5)
6.0
Balance details (6)
6.0
Annual carry-forward and encashment (4)
7.0
View and generate pay and benefit information (6)
7.0
Update personal information (7)
8.0
View company policy documentation (5)
8.0
Employee recognition (1)
7
View job history (5)
7.0
Tracking of all physical assets (3)
7.1
Report builder (8)
7.0
Pre-built reports (8)
7.0
Ability to combine HR data with external data (7)
6.0
New hire portal (2)
7.0
Manager tracking tools (2)
6.0
Corporate goal setting (2)
6.0
Individual goal setting (3)
6.0
Line-of sight-visibility (2)
6.0
Performance tracking (3)
6.0
Performance plans (3)
6.0
Performance improvement plans (2)
6.0
Review status tracking (3)
6.0
Review reminders (3)
6.0
Multiple review frequency (2)
5.0
Candidate ranking (2)
6.5
Candidate search (2)
5.5
Job Requisition Management (3)
6.0
Company Website Posting (2)
5.0
Job Search Site Posting (1)
5
Duplicate Candidate Prevention (2)
5.0
Applicant Tracking (3)
6.0
Notifications and Alerts (3)
5.0

About Epicor HCM

Epicor HCM is a human resource management system scaled towards mid to large-size enterprises. It is accessible as software as a service (Saas), hosted, or via an on-premise license, depending on the hosting preferences of the business. It provides most of the core HR functionality, with the vendor offering integrability with businesses’ payroll vendors of choice, as well as Employee and Manager Self-Service, time and talent management, and recruiting and onboarding support. Epicor also offers reporting and analytics on employee data and regulatory compliance.
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