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Techno-Management Perspective of HRIS- An Urban Study

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  • School of Management, SASTRA University, Thanjavur - 613401, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


Objectives: This paper analyzes the techno management path assumed by Human Resource Information system in a leading car manufactures in Chennai. The study enclosed the objectives of minimizing transaction time, contribution towards decision making process, maximize the accuracy, reliability and validity of workforce records, usage of information on HRIS and facilitate faster processing of information and to make optimum use of the available human resources. Methods/Analysis: The present study is based on descriptive analysis. Primary data is used to study the objectives and for testing the hypotheses. Employees from the Human Resource department, general supporting, IT department, and Employee relations, Finance department at operational and middle level executives were used as the sample respondents. A well assessed questionnaire was used to collect the primary data.100 responses were collected using simple random sampling for a period of fifteen days in the month of December, 2015. Findings: The information contributed towards decision making for the top management is less due to much time taken for data retrieval. The HR information system should monitor the updating of information by the employees periodically and this process would be facilitated through data mining software and cloud computing sharing platforms. Initializing a portal especially for employees who contains all processes can be easily accessed by the employees. Applications/Improvement: The rationale behind using Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) prompted an opportunity to HR professionals to be a part of business and strategic associates with top executives. HRIS would allow the effective functioning of HR and to provide better information for decision-making.

Keywords

Decision Making, Data Retrieval, Human Resource Information, Techno Management, Transaction.

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