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Human Resource Management

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S ome business owners often take Human Resource Management lightly. What is a Human Resource Management System (HRMS)?

A Human Resources Management System (HRMS) is a type of information system (IS) that is designed to manage an organization’s computerized and automated human resource (HR) processes.

It is a combination of hardware and software resources that hosts and provides most, if not all, of a HR department’s business logic.

There are numerous modules of a Human

Resource Management System. Some of them

are discussed below. Talk to Weblogic to help

you implement a HRMS for your business.

Personnel Administration Module:

The system records an employee’s basic demographic and address data, selection, training and development, capabilities, skills management, and compensation planning.

Performance Management Module:

The Performance Management module supports organizations in recording their job descriptions, employee training, and annual reviews in one convenient location.

This module can automate the performance review process, track personal goals and company KPIs and as well as manage completed training and certification programs.

Human Resource Management & Recruitment

A recruitment module provides a centralized and streamlined process for creating job requisitions, customization of job-specific questions, and an out-of-the-box recruiting portal.

Human Resource Management Planning and Analytics.

Planning is a key element in managing Human Capital. Hence, today’s HRMS makes planning simplified for HR executives by integrating the analytics component.

With this function, it is now easier to calibrate, evaluate, and rank both internal and external talents for a given position, giving a clear idea of the top candidates who are likely to succeed.

This feature also enables the organization to predict employee churn and movements in different positions and mobilize talent in advance.

Time, Attendance and Leave Management Module

Time and Attendance Management enables capturing of timesheets, attendance and tasks for easier tracking.

This can be integrated to clocking/punching marching’s to automatically capture employee attendance and allows organisations to accurately determine and automate payroll.

Leave management module allows users to define and manage various leave types ranging from Annual Leave, sick leave, compassionate leave, maternity leave etc.

This Module allows businesses to automate leave accrual based on company policies and electronic approvals.

Human Resource Management Planning and Analytics.

Planning is a key element in managing Human Capital. Hence, today’s HRMS makes planning simplified for HR executives by integrating the analytics component.

With this function, it is now easier to calibrate, evaluate, and rank both internal and external talents for a given position, giving a clear idea of the top candidates who are likely to succeed.

This feature also enables the organization to predict employee churn and movements in different positions and mobilize talent in advance to avoid conflict.

Payroll Module

One of the most customised modules is the payroll. It automates the pay process by gathering data on employee time and attendance, and calculating various deductions and taxes.

Data is generally fed from the human resources and timekeeping modules to calculate payroll.

Human Resource Management & Employee Self Service

The employee self-service module allows employees to query HR related data and perform some HR transactions over the system. Employees may query their attendance record from the system without asking the information from HR personnel.

The module also lets supervisors approve leave requests from their subordinates through the system without overloading the task on HR department.

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  • Muhammed Ismail says:

    Ladies and gentlemen, let me ask you a question: have you ever felt like you’re drowning in paperwork when it comes to managing your employees? Well, fear not! Because the solution to all of your problems is here, and it’s called a Human Resource Management System (HRMS).

    An HRMS is a tool that businesses use to manage the process of recruiting, hiring, and developing employees. It’s like having a personal assistant for your HR department, but way cooler and more efficient. Think of it as the superhero of the business world – it comes to the rescue when you need it the most.

    So, why is an HRMS so useful for a business? Well, for starters, it can help you streamline your recruitment process. No more stacks of resumes piling up on your desk, and no more having to manually enter employee information into spreadsheets. An HRMS allows you to manage all of that information in one place, making it easy to keep track of candidates and make informed hiring decisions.

    But it’s not just about recruitment – an HRMS can help you manage your employees’ entire lifecycle, from onboarding to performance evaluations and even offboarding. It can also help you keep track of important information such as employee benefits, payroll, and compliance with labor laws.

    But perhaps the best part about an HRMS is that it can save you time and money. By automating HR processes, you can spend less time on administrative tasks and more time focusing on growing your business. Plus, with all of your employee information in one place, you can easily spot patterns and trends that can help you make better decisions.

    So, if you’re tired of feeling like you’re drowning in paperwork, consider investing in an HRMS. It’s like having a personal assistant for your HR department, but way cooler and more efficient. And let’s face it, who doesn’t want a superhero on their side?