People are the lifeblood of every business. We spend almost as much of our awake time with our co-workers as we do with our family and friends. Think about it – 40 hours per week with your co-workers and if you’re lucky you get 20 hours during the work-week with your family plus another 24 hours or so on the weekends or your days off. So it’s vital that you focus on taking care of your employees even as a small business without a formal human resource department.
Luckily for you there are many great apps available to extend Intuit QuickBooks to manage various aspects of your human resources better. This article will focus exclusively on the HR aspect of this crucial part of your business as we cover applications for payroll and time entry in separate topics.
One of the most popular human resource apps for QuickBooks is Performance Reviews by JuvodHR. The app allows you to quickly create job descriptions, provide reviews, and get employee feedback and it’s mobile making it easy to deploy for any business or organization.
HRweb is another great application which provides employee reviews, employee onboarding, time and attendance, applicant tracking, benefits, compensation, work history, and more.
A few other apps to consider are Gusto, GoBenefits, Zenefits, PeopleGrid, EverythingHR, Humanefits, and AP Intego (there are more of course on the site). Most of the major human resource, payroll, and time and attendance applications on the market integrate at some level with QuickBooks so don’t limit yourself to those on the Apps.com website.
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