PeopleFluent provides a cloud-based talent acquisition and talent management suite, complemented by applications for Vendor Management, Workforce Planning and Diversity, and Analytics. The talent acquisition and talent management applications include Recruiting, Performance Management, Compensation, Learning, and Succession, and are available individually or as integrated solutions depending on the business needs of customers. PeopleFluent’s solutions drive business outcomes by providing insights into achieving talent objectives involving talent acquisition, performance, and development.
Combining video, analytics, mobility, and collaborative social technologies into its talent acquisition and talent management suite, PeopleFluent enhances the talent experience for candidates, recruiters, managers and employees, driving high levels of talent engagement and increasing business performance.
PeopleFluent integrates with virtually any core HR/HCM system through its Data Integration managed service solution.
Tina from Sentari Technologies/Cook Systems
Specialty: Staffing Agency
Employees number: 1-50 Employees
All requisitions are organized in one place and you can communicate with hiring managers for the position and have a real time update on submissions from your company as well as other vendors to have an idea of the competition for each req.
Constantly had to rechange the password. Sometimes information is buried within subfolders and it can be labor intensive to analyze or even find data.
It is good for large corporations that have many openings across various locations, business units, etc. This software is unnecessary for small to medium size businesses.
Austin from Randstad Sourceright
Specialty: Recruiting Agency
Peoplesoft cuts out some of the time necessary for calculating expenses. It's great for being able to populate and manipulate data for analysis, and it's customization options, such as the "favorites" tab, are great as well. PS does what I and the rest of my team needs it to do.
Some of its processes seemed outdated compared to other options, and the UI can seem very clunky at times--too many clicks to get to the information that you are looking for. Support for the software can seem very limited and frustrating to work through. There also doesn't seem to be any priority on the support side to fix bugs as they come up.
Do multiple evaluations and make sure that your particular process is tailored to exactly what you are expecting it to do. If your company is completely new to the software, look into getting a professional to come in to train your whole team during implementation. Having someone on-site to answer questions as they came up was much more helpful and less frustrating.