We use PeopleMatter for all of our hiring and on-boarding. It has been a huge help for me. We have 250 employees and I go through 14 employees every two weeks. I love that PeopleMatter is always evolving. They have quarterly updates and they do listen to their clients and their needs.
Previoulsy, we did everything in house before so PeopleMatter has been a time saver. I use to spend days just checking paperwork to make sure it was complete and then to verify applicants was a nightmare. PeopleMatter has simplified all of that and completely changed my work perimeters so that I can focus on training our manager instead of scolding them for incomplete paperwork.
I think that if you are deciding on whether to use PeopleMatter for your business then you would need to look at all of the features and see if it covers your business. We are a business that has multiple locations and different levels of positions. So the program is perfect for us.
We have 3 Administrators, 30 Managers, 34 Asst Managers and 183 employee's we all use people matter. Any new policy or procedure that goes out, is done through people matter and each employee has to sign in and acknowledge the form. The Managers and Asst Mangers use it to do there hiring, separations and employee contact information.
3 - We have three people that have access to the administrative part. I am the main user. I have access to view all of our employees and sites (Where the managers are limited to their own site and employees). I can help to see where the candidates are at with their hiring process and send them new candidates that might not have applied for their station but are in the same area.
I would definitely renew our use of PeopleMatter, because it would not be beneficial or cost effective for us to go back to doing it in house. If they are willing to listen to our needs and wants and update the program for the better on a regular basis why would you. I feel like we got in on the ground floor and we are evolving with them.