Data and analytics company First Capitol Consulting now offers an app for QuickBooks online called Humanefits. The tool is an HR app for managing employees, recruiting and hiring talent and administering payroll.

Users can use data from the app to generate tax savings by helping businesses that hire disadvantaged workers, such as military veterans and the long-term unemployed, obtain tax credits through the federal Work Opportunity Tax Credit program.

The app also has the capability to securely store sensitive employee information, as well as forms and documents.

Humanefits allows HR departments to recruit candidates from a customized company job board and monitor their status as job applicants. Users can add notes and ratings, and attach documents such as resumes, cover letters or portfolios, to make them accessible to everyone in the recruiting process.

The tool also provides tailored data analytics solutions to help businesses manage regulatory compliance and reporting, and users can operate multiple businesses within the app.

“Humanefits is the evolution of the automated HR information system into a Workforce Intelligence Solution Engine (WISE). It’s a cost-effective automated HR management tool that helps organizations improve cash flow and increase access to capital using their HR data,” said Robert Sheen, FCCI’s founder, president and CEO, in a statement. “The Humanefits app for Quickbooks Online brings this technology directly to QuickBooks users to help them more easily manage their workforces and generate tax savings to improve operational and financial performance.”

First Capitol Consulting is offering a free 30-day trial for QuickBooks Online users. After that, the app costs $39 per month for a one-year contract. There are additional fees for processing tax credits.

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