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The following pages relate to older versions of CiviHR (versions 1 - 1.5).



Version 1.0 (September 2013) - Basic HR Records: Job Contracts, Emergency Contacts, Identification, Immigration, Career History, Qualification History, Bank Details

Version 1.1 (December 2013) - Joining, Probation, Leaving

Version 1.2 (March 2013) - Absence: Holidays, Sickness, Maternity, Paternity, TOIL

Version 1.3 (June 2014) - Recruitment: Vacancies, Applications, Candidate Selection, Job Offer Letters

Version 1.4 (September 2014) - Improvements: lots of small improvements to existing features that have been requested by the pilot customers.

Version 1.6 (MVP) (March/April 2016) - Reports (Assignments, Leave & Absences, Appraisals), Appraisals, Recruitment (improvements), Leave & Absences (improvements), New user interface design and more

Version 1.7 (June 2016)

Version 1.8 (December 2016)   

NGO Meeting Notes

Bugs Reported

Test Plan

Useful Links

Debates and decisions - Headcount, Initial join date and final termination dates, Re-joiners

Onboarding a new team member - Tasks for a new team member to help navigate CiviHR 1.5.

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  1. Mar 11, 2013

    Here is a one-age summary of CiviHR


  2. Jan 14, 2016

    I'm trying to figure out if this page is a very out of date plan despite being regularly updated, or if the github version numbers need to be updated.

    It's Jan 2016, and the version number in the repo is 1.4. This page indicates that 1.4 was released in September 2014, and that 1.5 phase 1 was to come out in June 2015, version 1.5 phase 2 would come out in September 2015, and version 1.6 in December 2015.

    There is an answer on StackExchange that 1.4 was still pre-release in September 2015 (, and that version 1.6 (MVP) is to be compatible with / based on CiviCRM version 4.7, which is only due out later this month.

    What is the current stable (production ready) release? 1.3?

    What is the current expectation for the next stable (production ready) release? March 2016?

    From a variety of perspectives it would be really great to see CiviHR 1.6 based on CiviCRM 4.7 come out soon.

  3. Jan 08, 2016

    Hi Joe,

    Its very active believe me... I think March/April would be a good estimate for the MVP... please ping me for more info.



  4. Jan 12, 2016

    G H

    Jamie Novick:  Not sure how else to ping here in Jira, so sorry for the extra "littering" at the end of the page here, but I believe it's relevant and has a broader reach than just me.

    Looking around, it seems that CiviHR 1.6-1.8 are still expected to be their own instance of CiviCRM, separate from the main install.  Is this correct?  This is a MAJOR hurdle for using what looks like a very good implementation of an extrodinary plugin.  If this is the case, is there a successful way to "sync" users/addresses/relationships/other relevant data back and forth? 


    P.S.  Just to re-iterate, please update the extensions page to make it abundantly clear that CiviHR should not be installed on top of a working CiviCRM install.  I nearly blew up an install this morning when I thought of testing this.  Fortunately I would have done it on a dev site, but it still would have cost a significant amount of rebuild time.

    1. Jan 12, 2016

      In fact it would be great if during development the changes that break a general purpose CiviCRM instance can be isolated into a small number of the extensions. Even better if it were architected so that others could submit PRs to make your extensions more compatible with general purpose CiviCRM use.

  5. Jan 14, 2016

    I see Rotas as part of Version 1.8 - is that the ability to generate Rosters - work schedules... This would be a critical selleing point for sheleters and other 24/7 types of services.

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