Human resource-information-system-1224008315604066-9Presentation Transcript
Human Resource Information System
Definition of the Human Resource Information System (HRIS)
Users of HRIS
The HR Process
Modules of HR
The HRIS System Workflows
Available HRIS Software
Benefits of HRIS
Challenges Faced By Successful HRIS
What we’ll cover today
systems and processes at the intersection between HRM and IT.
merged as an HRM discipline with IT field.
electronic tools used to access HR-related information and perform HR-related functions:
Training and Development
HRIS: Definition (1/2)
helps HR managers perform HR functions in a more effective and systematic way using technology.
acquiring, storing, manipulating, analyzing, retrieving, and distributing pertinent information regarding an organization's human resources.
HRIS: Definition (2/2)
HR Professionals (such as HR rep, HR Manager, etc.)
Lower Level Employees
Middle Level Employees
Upper Level Employees
Executives & Directors
Locate and attract applicants
Getting right people for right position
Training and Development
Training – for current jobs
Development – for future jobs
Performance Evaluation and Management
Evaluate employees work efficiency
Responsible for proper compensation of the deserving employees
Build camaraderie among colleagues
Record keeping of all personal data.
Keeper of all people related data such as family members, previous company that an employee worked with, etc.
Compensation and Benefits
Responsible for giving appropriate benefits and salaries to the employees in order to maintain or increase their efficiency level
Help the employees to develop their respective career by implementing different training and development that the employee needed
automates the pay process by gathering data on employee time and attendance, calculating various deductions and taxes, and generating periodic pay cheques and employee tax reports.
used to garner potential candidates for available positions within an organization.
Time and Labour Management Module:
is designed to collate and analyze employee timekeeping information for the purposes of organizational cost accounting.
Training Module/Learning Management System:
provides a system for organizations to administer and track employee training and development efforts.
HR Management Module:
records basic demographic data of employee - training and development, skills, and qualifications of each employee. Advanced HR management modules can also automate the process of application for positions by capturing application data and entering it to a relevant database.
Benefits Administration Module:
provides a system for organizations to administer and track employee participation in benefits programs. These programs can range from programs such as health insurance and pension schemes, stock option plans, and profit sharing.