How can I tell which HRMS is best for my business?
Don’t automate everything at once
Although automation is the ultimate goal for HR professionals so they can free some time for other tasks, you have to remember to take it at your company’s pace – will you have time to implement all the processes? Are you sure your company will be using all of the features? Do you really need this? There’s a lot to process, so make sure you don’t get distracted by a shiny new toy.
Don’t assume the most expensive option is the best one
High prices don’t necessarily mean quality – it often depends on your specific needs. Workday, for example, might be the right choice if you’re a large company with more than 800 employees, but if you’re more like our customers (not above 250 people), a cheaper option like Charlie will probably do the job just fine and avoid you having to spend tons of money (that you could invest elsewhere).
Check customer reviews on Google, G2 and other platforms
Sometimes, it’s easy to get distracted by marketing and not think about what’s really happening beyond that – check independent review websites such as TrustPilot and G2 to get an accurate picture of the software you’re looking to get and its specific features.