Digitalize your HR management with Tiki Trackers from talent hunt to performance measurement and payroll.
Tiki Trackers have got the ability and flexibility required to build an advanced HRM system. With Tiki built-in features of Wiki pages, User Communication, and Permissions we can build an online system which will help your organization work best with its workforce.
Why depend on third-party services, when you can build your own database for applicants and maintain your relationship. For those, you select, use the Wiki Knowledge Management capabilities to build the training modules and speed up the learning process for new team members. This would help them to quickly adapt to organization standards and policies.
Please have a look at the example below, for building a custom HR Management system with Tiki Trackers.
Tiki is equipped with extensive user groups and permissions modules to create multiple user groups for different departments, employees, clients, and managers etc.
It allows you to control the user rights for all user groups. For example, Admins and Managers are allowed to create new jobs, skills, employees, training modules etc. And review the progress of other employees. While employees can only view or add information related to them.
We can create different dashboards for different user groups. After a secure login, the user will reach his designated dashboard for any relevant activity. For example, Applicants may log in and update their profile or apply for a new job opening.
There are nine trackers defined in the example above. You may want more or less depending on your organization requirements. Each tracker works like a database table (container) to add or update data records called tracker items in Tiki.
Tracker fields build the structure of a tracker. There are more than 50 different field types such as text fields, text areas, drop downs, user select, email etc. Advanced options include making certain fields visible only for a specific user group and much more.
Every tracker has tracker items (data records). Using permissions we allow certain user types to be able to create, view and edit the data records. In this case for the HR system, the records will be the list of applicants, employees, jobs, etc.
Using the Tiki built in comments system, managers can give feedback about an applicant after the interview. Keeping a history of what they learned about the applicant. Comments can be enabled or disabled for any tracker.
By using the trackers we are able to track all the data in the database and generate reports and charts to visualize this data. It helps companies know and understand how things are going. In the example of HR management, we can build employee performance reports, skill set, and training reports.