Fictitious Business Description

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Fictitious Business Description

HR Technology Case Scenario: Introduction Human Resource management teams work with the performance of activities such as bookkeeping, upholding policies and guidelines, employee performances, and ensuring labor laws are enforced. Human resource managers use information systems to help in their daily duties of payroll, training, and organizations of personnel files. Human Resource managers develop analyzes functions and determine the type of Human Resource Information system application is necessary to automate and create a strategic alliance for the Human resource department. The importance of determining the type of human resource information system application is to define which system can help make
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Morgan is because the HRIS “payroll system should include these processes to ensure the ability to report and track employee salary and tax information for any company,” (2011, Hardy, CL.) and to help Mr. Morgan obtain the goal that he wants and that is to save travel time and gasoline.
HRIS needs assessment: Automation system such as a Database Management System might create a more efficient process from the Human Resource payroll function because it can help organize employee information and salaries. The Database management system is “to create the database, insert, read, update, and delete database data, maintain data integrity and security and prevent data from being lost by providing backup and recovery capabilities.” (Kavanagh, M. & Thite M.) This system will assist Mr. Morgan’s business by organizing employee information, applicants, jobs and positions as well as tracking employee progress, training, time cards, and detail all past, present and future goals.
HR Technology Case Scenario: Conclusion
The importance of determining the type of human resource information system application is to define which system can help make a business run more smoothly. A system is used to store, manipulate, analyze, acquire, retrieve and distribute important information. These systems will help Human resource managers by providing them with more data on strategic levels and allow for the function of more efficient and better information for decision

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