Human Resources is all about people.

HR software is there to support both employers and employees in making their lives easier in the professional environment. From searching for the best talents to managing their salaries and benefits, to building their personalized career paths, HR software simplifies each element of running a business.

Let’s look at some of the multitude of HR tools and apps that HR managers, high-level executives, and company owners have at their disposal today.

For the purposes of this post, I divided  HR tools into groups that roughly correspond to the different stages of the employee journey — from talent sourcing, recruitment, and job boards, to employee engagement and payroll. Here we go!

Talent acquisition and candidate sourcing

These tools help recruiters find the right people for the jobs — from simple job boards to more intricate platforms that match candidates to open positions and help employers market their brands more efficiently.

#1 Upwork

A popular platform allowing companies and organizations to find freelance professionals in many different fields, and allowing freelancers to find jobs. It evolved from a simple job board to a powerful platform that matches candidates to job requirements, analyzing recruiters’ needs, and providing invoicing and payment options.

It is used by giants such as Microsoft, GE, and Airbnb.


#2 Honeypot

A European tech-focused talent sourcing platform that helps hire Software Developers, DevOps Engineers and Engineering Leaders— and helps people find jobs in IT. All job candidates are pre-verified through a code challenge and a call with Honeypot’s Talent Management team, and are offered free career support and guidance through a talent rep.


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