MIS applications in HR
ARUN MOHAN
ATHIRA ANAND
ATHUL B
BELLI P K
BIJOY BABY
BOBIN CHANDRA
21/11/2013
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINES...
Introduction
 The Management Information System is a collection

of men, tools, procedures and software to perform
variou...
0)MIS primarily serves the functions of
controlling and decision making at the
managerial level.
0)MIS has three basic lev...
MIS definition
 The MIS is defined as an integrated system of man

and machine for providing the information to
support t...
Features of HRIS
 In any organization managers will have varieties of

task to manage. MIS is mainly designed to take car...
Need for HRIS
 Large amount of data and information to be





processed.
Project based work environment.
Employee em...
Applications
 Payroll
 Time and attendance
 Appraisal performance
 Recruiting
 Performance record
 Scheduling
 Abse...
ARS
 The main objective of Attendance Recording System

(ARS) is to ensure that the attendance (i.e. presence
or absence)...
Responsibilities of ARS
 Establish an efficient workflow process for attendance







authorization.
2. Integrate ti...
Benefits of HRIS

Faster information process,
 Greater information accuracy,
 Improved planning and program development,...
Limitations of HRIS

Lack of management commitment
 No or poorly done needs analysis
 Failure to keep project team intac...
HRIS software


Abra Suite: for human resources and payroll management



ORACLE- HRMS: Oracle iRecruitment, Oracle Self...
MIS Designed for Attendance Capturing & Recording
System
During the processing of punched data the processed
data is to be transferred in the database
During the processing of pun...
Reports
 The reports which are used by top management are

generated from the above MIS like Monthly
Attendance, Card Rep...
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The Management Information System is a collection of men, tools, procedures and software to perform various business tasks at various levels in the organization
Many organizations have separate MIS departments which are involved in maintaining records, performing transactions, report generations and consolidation of the important information which will be supplied to the various levels of the management. 0)MIS primarily serves the functions of controlling and decision making at the managerial level.
0)MIS has three basic levels:
>operational,
>middle management
>top management
where the information is passed from bottom to top.
0) Right information at right time in right format will decide the managements’ Human resource decisions
The MIS is defined as an integrated system of man and machine for providing the information to support the operations, the management and the decision making function in the organization

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Management Information systems applications in human resource

  1. 1. MIS applications in HR ARUN MOHAN ATHIRA ANAND ATHUL B BELLI P K BIJOY BABY BOBIN CHANDRA 21/11/2013 DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CET
  2. 2. Introduction  The Management Information System is a collection of men, tools, procedures and software to perform various business tasks at various levels in the organization  Many organizations have separate MIS departments which are involved in maintaining records, performing transactions, report generations and consolidation of the important information which will be supplied to the various levels of the management.
  3. 3. 0)MIS primarily serves the functions of controlling and decision making at the managerial level. 0)MIS has three basic levels: >operational, >middle management >top management where the information is passed from bottom to top. 0) Right information at right time in right format will decide the managements’ Human resource decisions
  4. 4. MIS definition  The MIS is defined as an integrated system of man and machine for providing the information to support the operations, the management and the decision making function in the organization
  5. 5. Features of HRIS  In any organization managers will have varieties of task to manage. MIS is mainly designed to take care of the needs of the managers in the organization  Information is available in abundance. HRIS aids in integrating the information generated by various departments of the organizations.  MIS as a system can be broken down into sub system; each sub system may be programmed. This results in easy access of data, accuracy of data and information. It helps in maintaining the consistency of data
  6. 6. Need for HRIS  Large amount of data and information to be     processed. Project based work environment. Employee empowerment. Increase of knowledge workers & associated information. Learning organization
  7. 7. Applications  Payroll  Time and attendance  Appraisal performance  Recruiting  Performance record  Scheduling  Absence management
  8. 8. ARS  The main objective of Attendance Recording System (ARS) is to ensure that the attendance (i.e. presence or absence) of employees is accurately recorded and reported for computation of payable days, overtime hours, festival allowances and payable ESI contributions etc
  9. 9. Responsibilities of ARS  Establish an efficient workflow process for attendance     authorization. 2. Integrate time and leave data with HR, payroll and ERP systems, or to APIs for electronic processing. 3. Ensure accurate and consistent implementation of pay and leave policies. 4. Quickly and simply request leave or other scheduled absences. 5. Receive automatic notification of leave balances, as well as available vacation and personal time, sick days and other leave benefits.
  10. 10. Benefits of HRIS Faster information process,  Greater information accuracy,  Improved planning and program development, and   Enhanced employee communications
  11. 11. Limitations of HRIS Lack of management commitment  No or poorly done needs analysis  Failure to keep project team intact  Failure to involve / consult significant groups  Lack of communication  Bad timing (time of year and duration) 
  12. 12. HRIS software  Abra Suite: for human resources and payroll management  ORACLE- HRMS: Oracle iRecruitment, Oracle Self-Service Human Resources, Payroll, HR Intelligence, Oracle Learning Management, Oracle Time and Labor  PEOPLESOFT: Enterprise eRecruit, Enterprise Resume Processing, Enterprise Services Procurement, Workforce Planning, Warehouse  SAP HR: Human Capital Management (HCM) for Business, All-inOne: Rapid HR,  SPECTRUM HR: iVantage® and HRVantage®. iVantage is a Webbased HRIS product designed for organizations with up to 10,000 employees.
  13. 13. MIS Designed for Attendance Capturing & Recording System
  14. 14. During the processing of punched data the processed data is to be transferred in the database During the processing of punched data the processed data is to be transferred in the database After transferring of processed data into the monthly attendance database we can perform various operations on it i.e. 1. Getting daily attendance of employee according to their unit on which they are working. 2. Getting attendance of employee in a range. 3. Getting monthly attendance of employee.
  15. 15. Reports  The reports which are used by top management are generated from the above MIS like Monthly Attendance, Card Replacement, Sick Report, and Monthly Voucher Correction which are submitted to HR Manager and he takes proper decisions related with Attendance Capturing & Recording

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