Information System (HRIS)
HRM An Introduction
Human Resources is an organizational function
that deals with issues such as recruitment and
selection, training, appraisal, compensation and
performance management of the employee.
Points to Ponder
Definition and Concept of HRM
History of HRM
Functions of HRM
HR Policies and Procedures
Emerging Role of HRM
Role of HR Executives
Challenges to HR Professionals
History of HRIS
1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s -
only a select few
HRIS a reality in many orgs
Numerous vendors, specialties
A Human Resource Information System (HRIS), is a
software solution for small to
Introduction to HR
Performance evaluation of employees
Definition of HRIS
It is a systematic way of storing data & information
for each individual employee to aid planning, decision
making & submitting of returns and reports to the
A method by which an organization collects, analyses
H UMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEM
Tannenbaum defines HRIS as a technology-based system used to
acquire, store, manipulate, analyze, retrieve, and distribute
pertinent information regarding an organizations human resources.
Kovach defined HRIS as a system
HRIS: Definition (1/2)
systems and processes at the intersection
between HRM and IT.
merged as an HRM discipline with IT field.
electronic tools used to access HRrelated information and perform HRrelated functions:
Traditionally the term personnel management was used to refer to
the set of activities concerning the workforce which included
staffing, payroll, contractual obligations and other administrative
In this respect, personnel management encompasses th
The Changing Environment
Companies dealing across the nation : Sony, Apple, Nike, Mercedes Benz,
Infosys, TCS etc.
Globalization brings both benefits
Benefits to the consumer: Variety of products and services at low
How can managers increase performance?
Providing training and development to employees
Promoting Educational Program: Support Specialist
Provide workshop, presentation and lectures
Have employees do presentation on the organizati
Chapter 3: Perceiving Ourselves and Others in Organizations
Self concept: refers to an individuals self-beliefs and self-evaluations
o Ex. Who am I, How do I feel about myself?
Someone self concept can be described using 3 characteristics:
o Complexity: n