NEOGOV's human resource information system (HRIS) is your central hub for employee records, salary and benefit administration, and workforce data.
Track and manage your entire workforce with one easy-to-use solution.
Centralize personnel data in one place
Maintain compliance across your organization
Increase your HR department's efficiency
Decrease tedious manual processes
Make strategic decisions
Handle complex payroll requirements with ease.
Process accurate payroll on time
Gain powerful insights
Ensure compliance with changing payroll laws
Integrate easily to any general ledger or accounting suite
Get expert support
Time & Attendance
Make managing time & attendance easy with NEOGOV's time management solution.
Easily manage time and leaves
Reduce costly errors
Automate manual processes
Eliminate spreadsheets and paper
Save time with intuitive employee self service
"If you have not yet tried NEOGOV, you are working too hard. You are not working intuitively. Once you have tried NEOGOV, you will realize how easy it is to actually run your whole staffing process without breaking a sweat."
County of Santa Barbara, CA
“I would say that not only the administrative cost have been reduced, our time alone as recruitment specialists has been reduced in the screening process and the certification process. We now can engage in other functions of our position.”
City of Goodyear, AZ
“The hiring managers appreciate that they can get a list right away. We used to send paper applications through our pony mail, and it used to take 3 to 5 days to get a list. Now, they can get a list within minutes from requesting it.”
Santa Clara County, CA
“With our old system only 54% of applicants were applying online. Within the first three months of using NEOGOV, we have 95% of applicants applying online.”
State of Hawaii
“One of the things we've been able to do in using NEOGOV is that we've been able to become more strategic in our recruitments. The whole process of recruiting and selecting and hiring has become more strategic and efficient in using the system.”