For large enterprises

Big companies grow to where they are for a reason, they work hard for it. To do this, you have built up a strong, but also a huge team. And that brings challenges for HR: the more employees, the more data, the less overview. How do you steer everything in the right direction, for every statute, across every country border?

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Leave planning

Who is absent when? With how many employees you have, leave planning becomes a real hassle. Process your performance in a clear calendar that shows you the staffing per team, per country.

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Centralisation HR-data

Searching for the data of your employees, freelancers, internationals... Searching through a chaos of hundreds of documents is too time-consuming. Store and manage all data within one system.

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A new employee means new data, new contracts and documents that need to be put in order quickly. Automate your onboarding so that the process is always timely and complete.

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"What I love is the flexibility of the product. I can configure it the way I want, according to the needs of each country."

Enora Herbillon, International HR manager

International HR-manager
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Offer autonomy to employees

Officient also helps you get your employees excited about certain HR tasks. The handy Self Service app ensures that employees can easily perform relevant tasks themselves, in the language they prefer. Currently we offer Dutch, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Polish, and Turkish.

  • Days off requests
  • Download payslip
  • Manage data
  • Manage data

Link your existing HR tools

To complete the package, we integrate with your favourite HR and payroll tools. New hire recruited through Recruitee? Then that data automatically arrives in Officient. Want to send wage data at the end of the month? One click and everything is sent to your payroll provider.

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