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HRMS/HRIS Application Development

A Modern Approach to HR
Selecting an HRMS to handle HR activities is a trademark of the modern company, there are few successful companies in any industry that do not have some sort of automation in place for HR tasks at this juncture. Mobile accessibility has further worked to transform the landscape of HR, putting information and task management at the fingertips of employees and managers. HRMS has helped to effectively break down bureaucracy and “flatten” many organizations.

Functions of HRMS Systems
The function of the human resources department involves tracking employee histories, skills, abilities, salaries, and accomplishments. Replacing certain processes with various levels of HRMS systems can distribute information management responsibilities so that the bulk of information gathering is not delegated strictly to HR. By allowing employees to update personal information and perform other tasks, information is kept more accurate and HR professionals are not bogged down.

Each module performs a separate function within the HRMS that helps with information gathering or tracking. HRMS modules can assist with:

Managing payroll
Recruitment and onboarding
Gathering, storing, and accessing employee information
Keeping attendance records and tracking absenteeism
Performance evaluation
Benefits administration
Learning management
Employee self-service
Employee scheduling
Analytics and informed decision making
Assessing the Need for an HRMS Solution
Before a company makes a decision regarding the selection of an HRMS solution, it is important for the management team to identify the needs of the company, its processes, and goals for both long term and short term. It is essential to the success of the project to deeply involve the HR professionals in the process. Depending on the size and structure of the company, it may be helpful to have an organization-wide meeting or to select representatives from each department to discuss HRMS goals and options.

HRMS Security
Security is of great concern when it comes to choosing a human resources management system. The information stored in an HRMS is highly sensitive, including proprietary company data and volumes of personal information about employees. It is essential for companies to choose a solution that utilizes a method of secure transmission such as SSL which encrypts the data as it transmits over the internet.

Internal security is also critical; information should be guarded by passwords that have varying levels of access in relation to what is needed for the job position. While most companies now allow employees to access portions of HRMS solutions, employees must understand the importance of maintaining the integrity of the system and protecting the security of the information it contains (i.e. no password sharing). Safeguards should also be in place to quickly bar terminated employees’ access to systems.

HRMS Selection
Selecting and implementing the right HRMS for your company can make a hugeW

$25 / Hour
$5,000 minimum budget