We invite you to explore the full functionality of the site free of charge during a 30 day trial period. No restrictions on the features you can use or the amount of users you can import, so feel free to pilot with a team.
Should you decide to move forward, the base price is $6 per user per month, billed quarterly. There are no set-up fees or additional hidden charges and purchasing for a whole year grants you a small discount: You pay for your first 10 months and your last 2 are free!
While there is no set-up fee, we require a minimum payment of $150/month, paid quarterly.
Volume pricing kicks in above 200 staff. Grow your company without breaking your budget!
|Number of Users||First 200||201-500||501-1000||1000+|
|Cost per user/month||$6||$4||$3||$2|
Example: Say you have 525 users. Using this table your total cost would be $24,750 for one year. $12k for the first 200 users, $12k for the next 300, and $750 for the remaining 25.
30 Day Free Trial
You’re welcome to try SI with any number of users for 30 days. Via our test drive mode, we’d encourage you to kick the tires with at least 10% of your staff.
Transitioning your trial account to a paid account is easy. Just delete your sample/trial data, pay the invoice, and you’re ready to go.
No long-term contracts
You can leave SI any time, taking all your data with you. And if you were on an annual prepayment plan, We’ll even reimburse for you the paid months you don’t end up using.
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And it gets even better! The annual payment discount includes a 10% additional staff buffer to reduce administration headaches on both sides: If your organization grows at a moderate rate over the year, you can simply add a few more staff without having to pay for them. If you grow beyond 10%, we’ll just politely reach out and ask how you want to pay for the overage, only for the remaining billing period.
Just set up those 20 new accounts, and let us know when you’re done. We don’t enforce any user limits in the software, so you’ll be able to set up the new people right away. Next we’ll discuss whether you want to change the invoice incrementally or pay to the extra users all at once. Whatever is most convenient for you!
However, if an employee leaves the company we only charge for active user accounts. If someone leaves the company you will probably want to keep their data, while not allowing them to log in anymore. Not a problem! Just deactivate their account, don’t delete it. You only pay for active users. And we keep the performance reviews and other data for as long as you like. If you need to erase their data at some point (e.g. for legal reasons) then you can do so of course, but that aside the deactivated users still exist in the system without counting towards your license. Obviously we’ll hope that your company grows instead of shrinking. But we won’t penalize you by charging for inactive accounts.
Another benefit: If you hire the same people back again (think contractors for instance), all you have to do is reactivate their accounts, and they can pick up where they left.
We do encourage you to conduct a (free!) pilot phase, looping in some key managers who will help communicate the process to their teams.
We recommend for the HR team to demo the product to their entire staff upon kickoff- And while you can use our presentations and videos for it, we will not attend those sessions.
Small companies can invite their staff by hand, or you can import your data from BambooHR yourself. Or upload an Excel spreadsheet using our format, and import your staff in bulk.
We’re a lenient bunch, so if you can assure us that the check is in the mail, or that finance will pay the invoice next week, then you’re fine to launch even before we’ve received the payment.
So, the main consideration is how fast you can set up your review form, or define your goal-setting best practices, or schedule demos to your staff. We strongly encourage a limited (free) pilot phase with one or two small departments. So the setup time frame really depends on your own schedule.
– You (or your coworker) has connected a credit card with a Paypal account. When you now try to use the credit card without logging in to Paypal, there’s a decent chance Paypal rejects the payment. Solution: Log in to the Paypal account first, then pay.
-Your creditcard has been used for plenty of other purchases recently, and you’ve reached a limit. Paypal may reject the payment. Solution: Again, log in to your Paypal account before paying.
These are the most common issues we’ve seen, but there may be more problems. If everything fails, try another card, or send us a check, or pay by bank transfer.
We currently don’t work with any armed forces, and reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone whose company or business model we do not appreciate. We have high ethical standards, and we decide on a case-by-case basis if a client fits. To avoid surprises, please ask for a quote early on.
We believe that every person and every business, no matter how small, should use what influence they have to make the planet a better place — or at least not be active contributors to making it worse. We will use Google to do a quick background check on your company. If it seems to us that your company is exploiting other people’s problems for profit (e.g. promoting gambling, or promoting substance abuse, or inappropriate financial services, just to name a few), or if you have a bad track record with regard to human rights issues, inequality, environmental issues, corruption, or something along these lines, we will not want you as a customer. It doesn’t happen often, but we do occasionally turn down prospective clients.
Obviously there are always nice people even at companies we don’t want to conduct business with, so please don’t take it personally. Also, the world is never entirely black and white, and sometimes we might make a call that doesn’t make sense to you. So, please get in touch early.