About Staff.Wiki

Staff.Wiki is a policy and procedures management tool for businesses of all sizes. The web-based platform provides companies with the tools to manage and streamline their staff policies, standard operating procedures and compliance initiatives. Staff.Wiki acts as an online knowledge base and training tool to help employees access key information regarding policies and procedures, acknowledge new policies or policy updates and participate in online training and certification programs.

Features of Staff.Wiki include real-time chat, interactive checklists, approval workflows, electronic acknowledgements, audit trails, search functionality, online training and more. Employees are able to access all policy and procedure information in one centralize...


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1 Reviews of Staff.Wiki

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August 2021

Aaron from CloudStep

Company Size: 2-10 employees

Industry: Information Technology and Services

Time Used: Less than 6 months

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

5.0

Customer support

5.0

Functionality

5.0

August 2021

Staff.Wiki is the only real game in town for publishing policies with proper attestation features.

Pros

We needed an easy way to publish policies to our staff. After messing with SharePoint for days and getting no where I found Staff.Wiki on Google and never looked back. The thing we love most about Staff.Wiki is the ability to have staff sign off on every revision of the policy. This helps us with policy compliance. We never have problems with staff not being aware the company policy anymore. The quiz feature really helps us drive home the policies. The support is great and they will even help you out on the weekend. They are also very open to feedback and product enhancements.

Cons

There is not much you can say negative about this product. The on-premise installation could be a bit smoother but most users will probably use the cloud version anyway. Support was quick to help with any issues.