The conditions of workers at factories across Europe was very bad during the Industrial revolution. So, some officials were given the responsibility to take care of the issues of the workers. Years later, this led to the formation of the personnel department from which the Human Resource function, as we know of today was formed.
With technology making such an impact on our lives, you and I cannot expect that the area of Human resources would be left untouched by it. Subsequently, automated systems were developed with the help of computers which replicated the functions of a physical human resource professional. These systems came to be known as human resource management systems.
You will know that along with the creation of HRMS came the several myths related with it. These were associated with the capabilities and functionalities of HRMS – what it could address and what lay beyond its capability.
Functions of Human Resource Management Systems: A Human Resource Management System should be capable of addressing the following issues:
Check the following question on Quora which addresses a similar query: https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-feature-of-HRMS
Advantages of Human Resource Management Systems:
Disadvantages of Human Resource Management Systems:
Check this up from Quora: https://www.quora.com/What-is-your-favorite-feature-inside-your-HRMS
A cost-benefit analysis of the advantages vs disadvantages of HRMS shall reveal that it is much more advantageous to opt for such tools than not to. The disadvantage remains within the scope of the user and can be neutralised with judicious handling of the software system.
An HRMS, designed and developed by Vyrazu Labs which is available at Enterprise as mentioned above has been created keeping in mind organisations like yours. You can have a look at our web series to get a first hand demo of the product. We can also arrange a first hand demo for you, if you fill up the below form. For pricing details, just check the pricing page. If you are heading a small organisation of 4 / 5 members you can have free access to this tool for 3 years. Get in touch.