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We have 40 Employees ( including HR Manager, 5 Management Roles) in our company. We are planing to use Dynamics 365 for Talent for our HR architecture. We are aware that there are two subscriptions for "Per Employee" and "Per HR User". Could you please explain what is the difference between these two and what would be the suitable plan for our organization?
I have seen that also on the talent website:
Per employee/month VS
this must be the same despite the Different terms - check out the following licensing guides:
I hope this helps
the licensing in this case is really simple:
1 Per HR User is actually the Dynamics 365 for Talent license, which is 40 $
2. the Per Employee is the Team Member license and it's 8 $.
the Team Member license has access only to the Employee Self-Service, Manager Self Service, Attract and Onboard.
all other features and modules can be access only with the full license.
you need minimum of 5 full licenses to activate the Talent environment
read my blog: https://talent.asgcrm.com
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