About Epicor HCM
Epicor HCM Features
- Asset Management : Manage all of your company's assets including employees, wages, and benefits.
- Candidate Self-Service : Search for and quickly apply online for your desired position without any hassle or waiting time.
- Employee Self-Service : Lets you manage your employees' profiles and records from a single location.
- Recruitment & Talent Management : Manage all aspects of the recruitment process, from sourcing and screening candidates to onboarding.
- Time Tracking : Allows managers to keep track of hours worked, hour break times, overtime rates, etc.,
- Succession Planning : Easily assess who is the best candidate for certain positions based on experience and qualifications.
- Verified User in WarehousingSmall-Business(50 or fewer emp.)
Our company is currently switching over to HCM right now, not quite fully implemented. On boarding seems to be going well, not 100% sold on product yet, but so far so good. On site traning and implementation was good, but support after consultant left is lacking. Make sure you pay for block of consulting hours upfront, the regular "Epicare" support is a mess of tiered support before you actually get someone who knows anything about your question/concern. I would implement if you have other Epicor Products, but may look elsewhere if you don't. We were just using office / manual tracking before, first time with a management system. Like the idea a lot, but there may be better options out there than HCM.
- FranÃ§ois B.Pharmaceuticals
Centralized employee files across multiple sites, training records, SOP readings documentation, electronic paystubs and more.
A lot of features, there is also the possibility of customizations, but out-of-the-box it offers a lot and you should not need to change much.
Stay away from customized code - It will easily take twice as much time as was planned and buggy deliveries are common. Also keep in mind that in a multi-language environment some architectural choices made in the application's design will bog down performance to the point of crashing nightly jobs. In an english-only setup this is a non-issue though.