Information technology on human resource management functions (HRIS)

by Kwasi Kotoko, Emmanuel
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Kwasi Kotoko, Emmanuel Information technology on human resource management functions (HRIS)
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The purpose of this book is to explore the contribution of HRIS in HR functions through HRIS recruitment and selection, training and development, performance, monitoring and management, payroll and employee benefits, subsystems as perceived by HR managers and departmental heads in various organizations. This book shows that, training and development, payroll and employee benefits are the most frequently accepted and used HRIS features in the organization and that training and development relates positively to the effectiveness of HR functions.Most views observed HRIS contribution to efficiency of HR functions through HRIS Training Needs Analysis (TNA), succession planning, performance tracking and decision making, paycheck generation and salary administration as well as tracking and administering complex employee benefit plans as the greatest contribution of HRIS. However, the book talk about the need to provide a more competency to HRIS in order to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of HR functions in the organization.


Kwasi Kotoko, Emmanuel
Attah Kumah, Emmanuel
Konadu Amponsah, Adelaide

Further information

Media Type:
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Biography Artist:
Mr.Emmanuel Kwasi Kotoko is a graduated student from All Nations University,Ghana(W/A). He studied Human Resource Management. He holds B.B.A from All Nations University and Diploma in Basic Education from St. Francis College of Education, Ghana(W/A). He is a professional teacher and also has industry experience.
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Product Type:
Paperback book
Release date:
30 October 2014
Package Dimensions:
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.006 m; 0.191 kg
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