Ch 6 ERP Systems_ Human Resources

Ch 6 ERP Systems_ - ERPSystems:ERPSystems HumanResources Problems with Human Resources There are many different problems which affects the quality

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ERP Systems: ERP Systems:  Human Resources
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There are many different problems which affects the quality and responsiveness of HR function. Problems related to various subsystems of HR process are: - Problems with Human Resources Subsystems Problems Employee information Need to query employee information to identify candidate with required skills sets Applicant selection and placement Need to develop selection criteria to provide a more stable workforce Government reporting Need to maintain and update data for government reporting requirement Job analysis and design Need to design positions, which will minimize turnover by providing breadth and depth of responsibilities Compensation Need to develop competitive salary and benefits packages for key positions Benefits administration Need to analyze alternative benefits scenarios to minimize costs and maximize employee loyalty and satisfaction
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The business processes supporting HR can be categorized into two parts: - Operational (Employee information; position control; application selection/placement; performance management info; government reporting; payroll information) Decision-making process (Job analysis and design, recruiting information; compensation; employee training/development) Human Resource Management Processes
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Before ERP, there were standalone, specialized application support for tracking applicant, compensation and benefits planning, skills training, and time and attendance reporting. This created redundant data, which were difficult to maintain. Another drawback of the legacy system was that that it
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2010 for the course SCM STSCM taught by Professor Hoogover during the Spring '10 term at E. Kentucky.

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Ch 6 ERP Systems_ - ERPSystems:ERPSystems HumanResources Problems with Human Resources There are many different problems which affects the quality

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