The CiviHR project has been running at full steam for the past 12 months, working up to a planned full product launch in mid 2016.
Version 1.6 beta will be available soon after CiviCON Colorado, where you can get a first hands on with the latest development version. The session will cover a first look at the new features for v1.6, a walk through of whats planned for v1.7 and some details of the longer term roadmap.
For those who are finding HR a headache for their organisation, or are already considering CiviHR, or just plain want to know what all the fuss is about, this is the session for you!
V1.6 - Walkthrough
- The self service portal
Staff now have a self service portal where they can login to request leave, report sickness, update their details, search the staff directory and much more.
- Job contract histories
The Job contracts module has been updated to have a full audit history, support for term changes to have effective dates in the past or future and an improved user interface.
- Tasks and assignments
Tasks and assignments have been given a complete overhaul with a completely new task management extension which sits on top of the existing CiviCRM activity structure.
- Leave and absence improvments
Support for flexible working patterns, leave rules, carry forward and a much improved user experience.
- Pivot table reports
Pivot table reporting and dashboards.
v1.7 / Roadmap:
- Recruitment v2
An updated recruitment module with inproved candidate tracking and management.
Manage your entire appraisals process, see at a glance overdue appraisals and report on performance improvement.
- Internationalisation permissions
Support international organsiations in one instance
- UKBA workflows
Support for UKBA requirements
For more details see the project wiki page here: http://wiki.civicrm.org/confluence/display/HR/CiviHR
and details of version 1.6 here (including wireframes and user stories):