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human resorce information systems, telecommuting,& virtual organization

  1. 1. Meaning  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 › Labor Relations › Strategic HR › Global HR
  2. 2. Definition “Human resource information system means the system of gathering, classifying, processing, recording and disseminating the information required for efficient and effective management of human resource in an organization.” Designed to supply information to the human resource management, to help them in managing the people effectively and efficiently
  3. 3. Need for HRIS Easy to use Salary History Track dates for review, birthdays, and anniversaries Salary Grade Analysis Track training information Employee Self Service Option Easy to use report writing with the following standard reports: Turn over reports Birthday reports Anniversary Reports New Hire Reports
  4. 4. OBJECTIVES FOR HRIS  To make the desired HRI available in the right form to the right person and at the right time.  To make the required information available at reasonable cost.  To process the data by using most efficient methods.  To provide necessary security and secrecy for important and confidential information.  To keep the information upto date.
  5. 5. PROCESSES OF HRIS Data Collection Data Management Procurement Function Development Function Remuneration Function Maintenance Function Integration Function Processing Operations Storage of Data
  6. 6. HRIS: Users  HR Professionals (such as HR rep, HR Manager, etc.)  Support staff  Lower Level Employees  Middle Level Employees  Upper Level Employees  Executives & Directors
  7. 7. HRIS: Softwares  Abra Suite  ABS (Atlas Business Solutions)  CORT: HRMS  HRSOFT  Human Resource MicroSystems  ORACLE- HRMS  PEOPLESOFT  SAP HR  SPECTRUM HR  VANTAGE: HRA
  8. 8. HRIS: Benefits  Faster information process,  Greater information accuracy,  Improved planning and program development, and  Enhanced employee communications.
  9. 9. TELECOMMUTING
  10. 10. “Telecommuting is the use of computers and telephones to enable an employee to work off-site and outside the traditional workplace. This could include working partially, like one to three days a week from home, or working entirely at home corresponding when necessary with the employer” “Making use of information and communication technologies to practice some form of remote working” Telecommuting is moving the work to the workers instead of the workers moving to work WHAT IS TELE COMMUTING ???
  11. 11. What Are the Benefits of Telecommuting?
  12. 12. Employer Benefits:  Can increase staff without increasing office space needs. Reduces the cost of building additional parking facilities . Shifts use of office computer system to off-peak hours (maximizing your system) Provides an effective, low cost recruitment tool. Increases productivity by reducing absenteeism, tardiness and employee turnover . Increases employee motivation, job satisfaction and morale Enhances employee benefits packages
  13. 13. Employee Benefits: Increases job satisfaction . Reduces stress . Reduces overall commute time . Reduces office/work interruption . Reduces commute-related costs such as gas and auto maintenance. Reduces job-related costs such as clothing and meals .
  14. 14. Community Benefits:  Reduces rush-hour congestion  Improves air quality  Reduces the need for costly new highway construction  Reduces dependence on fossil fuels  Reduces vehicle-related noise pollution
  15. 15. Do Telecommuters Always Work at Home ? Not necessarily. There are three types of alternative work-sites:
  16. 16. At-Home Offices: Home workstations can range from a telephone and a pencil and paper to home computers, modems, fax machines, and automatic call- forwarding. Neighborhood Work Centers: Several companies may share strategically located office space. Telephones, copiers, fax machines, and computers may also be shared. Satellite Offices: Employers may choose to operate branch offices strategically located near their telecommuting employees' homes.
  17. 17. Impact to Individuals (negative) Lack of social contact. Do not participate in group projects. Work hours become longer. Difficulties balancing work and personal life. Difficulties drawing a line between work and home. Distractions. Lack of assistance .
  18. 18. Telecommuting Technologies Telecommuting usually involves all the elements of a Computer Based Information System, including hardware, software, telecommunications, data, procedures and people: Hardware: Computer, Printer Software: Job specific Tele communications: Phone lines, Modems, Fax machines, Videoconferencing equipment. Data: Access to databases
  19. 19. VIRTUAL ORGANISATIONS
  20. 20. Virtual? Not physically existing as such but made and connected by software. 7
  21. 21. The Virtual Enterprise • A virtual organization is a “business without walls” • A temporary network of independent companies, suppliers, customers, even erstwhile rivals—linked by information technology to share skills, cost, and access to one another’s markets • Its goal is to deliver highest-quality product at the lowest possible cost in a timely manner.
  22. 22. Virtual Organisation OUTSOURCING • Obtain (goods or a service) from an outside or foreign supplier, esp. in place of an internal source
  23. 23. Virtual Organisation GROUPWARE • Specialized workgroup software (such as Lotus Notes) that provides structure and means to collaborate, exchange ideas, debate, decide, and coordinate activities.
  24. 24. Virtual Organisation
  25. 25. Virtual Organisation TECHNOLOGY
  26. 26. Virtual Organisation TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT
  27. 27. Virtual Organisation TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT NO BORDERS
  28. 28. Virtual Organisation TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT NO BORDERS NO CLEAR IDENTITY
  29. 29. Virtual Organisation TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT OPPORTUNITY NO BORDERS NO CLEAR IDENTITY
  30. 30. Virtual Organisation TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT TRUST OPPORTUNITY NO BORDERS NO CLEAR IDENTITY VO
  31. 31. Features One is the choice of team members with the appropriate skills and knowledge for the task Second is the definition of a purpose to steer the group Third is the effective linking of team members, including communication channels, interactions, and relationships
  32. 32. Cont.. Unlike conventional teams, a virtual team performs work across space, time, and organizational boundaries connected by interactive communication technologies. These teams often stay together only to perform its episodic task. They may work jointly on a new project, but when the product is designed and goes into production, the project is finished and the virtual team dissolves.
  33. 33. + - Increased productivity Less paperwork Can be quickly reshaped Money saved Abilities to work at home Difficult to control Technologies can be easily revealed Problems with external partner can occur Advantages & Disadvantages Most Significant
  34. 34. Some popularly known virtual organizations.
  35. 35. Conclusion Virtual organization is often associated with such terms as virtual office, virtual teams, and virtual leadership. The ultimate goal of the virtual organization is to provide innovative, high-quality products or services instantaneously in response to customer demands.
  36. 36. THE END
  37. 37. General Motors Company, commonly known as GM, is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Detroit, Michigan that designs, manufactures, markets and distributes vehicles and vehicle parts and sells financial services. mazon.com, Inc. is an American international electronic commerce company with headquarters in Seattle, Washington, United States. It is the world's largest online retailer. Wikipedia

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