Vibe HCM Adds Features to Help Employers Address COVID-19 Legislation


Vibe HCM added several features and resources to its engagement platform, and is fielding a pulse survey designed around COVID-19-related issues. The company said it aims to help customers quickly implement tools necessary to address state and federal legislation related to the pandemic, such as the Families First Coronavirus Relief Act and the CARES Act.

As part of the effort, Vibe deployed updates to time and labor codes, as well as reporting capabilities that align employer’s financial operations with the legislation’s requirements. A new Paycheck Protection Program report, for example, provides the headcount payroll cost information needed by companies with 500 or fewer employees to apply for SBA-backed loans.

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Vibe also created a COVID-19 Response and Resource Center, which is designed to provide information to customers and the wider HR community. The center offers links to the FFCRA and CARES legislation, FAQs and other resources.

Beyond the boundaries of its product, Vibe has partnered SaaS Research to collect data from HR leaders in mid-market companies and provide a pulse view of the pandemic’s impact across industries and segments.  

Vibe HCM’s Focus on Data and Experience

In October, Vibe HCM launched Vibe Insights, a new solution that provides access to traditional HR transaction and compliance data along with metrics on employee engagement, employee sentiment, peer recognition and social engagement. In addition to accessing traditional HR data on areas such as employees, payroll, benefits, recruitment and time and attendance, Vibe Insights offers the ability to measure organizational health.

The Vibe HCM platform helps employers automate HR transactions and engage employees through a unified experience. Its products—divided into components covering HR, talent, recruiting, onboarding, engagement, analytics and payroll—are used by over 1 million workers globally.  

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