Learn the lay of the land: how HR systems handle payroll time and attendance, benefits, hiring functions, leave management, SMB, performance management, succession planning, compensation management, LMS, reporting functions, and usability. Learn about the explosion of cloud computing and vendor computing. Additionally, look at the future: SSN, data security, singularity and the integration of AI, predictive analytics, social media, mobile, and gamification.
- When you manage people,…you have to manage a lot of data,…data about pay, benefits, vacations, sick days,…training, performance management,…and so much more.…Until the mid 80s,…unless companies used programs such as SAP or Oracle…to help manage some of this data,…most HR administration was left to pen, paper,…and Excel spreadsheets,…a very inefficient way to manage all that data.…
Human Resource Information Systems…also known as Human Resource Management Systems or HRIS,…had their beginning when PeopleSoft was launched in 1987.…It has since been acquired and is now owned by Oracle.…At the time, it was known as an ERP system…short for Enterprise Resource Planning.…With PeopleSoft's success…and ever expanding program abilities,…HRIS programs began to flourish.…
Additional vendors came in beginning in the early 90s…and remained focused on mid to large-size organizations.…Programs such as Ultimate and Sage Abra come to mind.…At about this time,…the large payroll and PEO companies…such as ADP and Ceridian…also started offering basic HRIS systems.…
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- Using dashboards
- Recruiting and hiring
- Managing the onboarding process
- Payroll integration
- Managing employee leave and time off
- Using HRIS systems to support performance management
- Working with learning management systems
- Reporting and compliance