Great info repo, comms and coordination tool.
Roy Zumbado Cognuchz | TrustRadius Reviewer
Updated April 12, 2019

Great info repo, comms and coordination tool.

Score 4 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with WebHR

WebHR is being used by our organization since there was no previous system when I arrived at the company. I was used to Taleo and Workday, but we needed a requisition's repository and we needed to move employee information from spreadsheets to a system that kept important info visible to responsible parties and decision makers. WebHR helps us keep track of reqs, detail profiles, notes, candidate databases, employee information, forms to coordinate talent interviews, amongst other things. We had a bunch of critical information in different places, not shared amongst stakeholders and now we have a single source of data for all HR things.
  • Relatively easy to set up a form to fill out and keep track of all requisitions, job posts, candidates, and employees.
  • Email notifications and broadcasting to company for important comms is great.
  • Storage so you can attach relevant files to each record (screenshots, resumes, scans of credentials, test results, etc.) making it easy to design tailored made processes with your teams. You decide what info, and who and when to capture it.
  • Decent job at reporting, it gets you the data and if you know how to process it, then you'll get great value.
  • Smart forms should invest in R&D as there are best practices to fill out forms fast and capture data. UX/UI could improve so forms have easy input and easy file attachments/photos. Thinking of onboardings, job fairs, etc.
  • Responsiveness in your web app should work across all mobile devices, it's difficult to navigate if you can't see because of a menu blocking the content. Also, they could improve the overall UX/UI to present day standards and technologies (navigation, usability, animations, etc.).
  • The complete reporting module could be modernized and offer more dynamic data manipulation within WebHR, instead of having to export it and sort. The creation of tables and graphs are not available in the tool.
  • We used to lose deals because of losing req information or not having it at all, now we have control and visibility over each hiring deal.
  • We can all access service providers and employee updated information quickly using WebHR for contracts and roadmap.
  • We can coordinate and document client interviews using forms with client availability, speeding up the whole process.
My company selected WebHR because it solved an immediate issue we had in the hiring area, however, I'm used to working with Taleo and Workday, the latter being the one with the best user experience and navigability I've seen. WebHR would definitely be better if it's modernized and the complete UX/UI is improved, the data and processes it handles are great for managing a company, but the usability is the thing that needs the most attention for future versions.
Implement new front end technologies and smart forms, and improve the overall user experience across all platforms and I'd be recommending it to my peers.

WebHR Feature Ratings

Employee demographic data
9
Employment history
9
Job profiles and administration
9
Workflow for transfers, promotions, pay raises, etc.
Not Rated
Organizational charting
Not Rated
Organization and location management
Not Rated
Reimbursement management
Not Rated
Approval workflow
Not Rated
Balance details
Not Rated
Annual carry-forward and encashment
Not Rated
Tracking of all physical assets
Not Rated
Report builder
Not Rated
Pre-built reports
Not Rated
Ability to combine HR data with external data
Not Rated
Job Requisition Management
10
Duplicate Candidate Prevention
10
Notifications and Alerts
10