Human Resource Management System (HRMS)

Definition - What does Human Resource Management System (HRMS) mean?

A human resource management system (HRSM) is an information technology system that combines hardware and software to assist human resource staff in managing and processing employee data. This information system allows human resource departments to more fully analyze employee data and automate common human resource functions. A human resource management system may also be referred to as a human resource information system, or a human capital management system.

WorkplaceTesting explains Human Resource Management System (HRMS)

An employer’s human resource management system serves as a repository of much of the employer’s data on past and present employees. Applications, transfers, payroll and termination records may all be stored electronically in such a system. In addition, sophisticated HRSM software allows employers to analyze a wide range of data regarding the employer’s workforce. This data may be used to project future hiring needs or track absenteeism, along with other metrics. Most employers use some form of human resource management system for at least a portion of the employer’s workforce management tasks. Ideally, the HRSM may be utilized by human resource managers to organize and maximize the workforce.

Human resource management system can also be referred to as a human resource information system.

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