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Posted on: April 7, 2014

CivicPlus Introduces CivcHR, The HR Software Built For Local Governments

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CivicPlus, a world leader in engaging citizens and community employees through innovative websites, has introduced CivicHR for local government human resource professionals.

CivicHR is the only software specifically focused on helping governments recruit, hire and engage employees with personalized customer service and easy implementation. CivicHR simplifies HR processes associated with hiring and engagement that will help communities perform at their best.

CivicHR offers a suite of web-based tools that are designed to help local government human resource professionals’ hire, onboard, manage and engage hire-performing employees while saving administrative time and money. The CivicHR software offers four modules Applicant Tracking, Employee Onboarding, Performance Management and an HR Portal. These modules are flexible enough to be bundled together or separately to cater to the needs of any government human resource department.

“There’s nothing like CivicHR in the government human resource software industry, ” says Jonathan Wiersma, Product Manager CivicHR. “Our applicant tracking, onboarding and performance management modules meet the needs of local government agencies while engaging both employees and citizens alike so HR professionals can focus on people and not administrative tasks. We are excited to add CivicHR to the CivicPlus portfolio of products”.

For more information on CivicHR you can visit www.civichr.com, or to arrange an interview with CivicPlus senior management representatives contact Jeff Baker at 785-323-4751 to arrange and interview.

About CivicPlus
Based in Manhattan, Kansas, Our mission at CivicPlus is to help make local government work better. Since 2001, we’ve been building custom websites for city and county governments in the United States, Canada and Australia. But that’s not all. We partner with local governments and their communities. We offer solutions to challenges. We help improve communication, workflow process, and the citizen experience. Great things happen when citizens and local leaders work together—that’s our passion. Make great things happen today.

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