Human Resource Management software — a historical perspective

Human Resource Management Software , Posted by on 2018/08/17 0     Comments

Human Resources are the most valuable resources that an organisation can have. Any company, big or small will not be able to achieve anything substantial just by its plant and machinery. In order to run the enterprise one needs skilled resources who shall try to achieve the objectives defined by the company. Managing these resources efficiently to optimise performance can be achieved through Human Resource Management.   

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Historical Perspective of Human Resource Management: 

The situation at Europe during the Industrial Revolution can be said to be the foundation on which modern Human Resource Management rests.   

  • Factory workers including women and children were treated like animals and forced to work in subhuman conditions. 
  • Government interference resulted in the appointment of a welfare officer whose responsibility was to ensure fair treatment of workers at the workplace. 
  • Situation changed a bit during the two world war phase. Instead of welfare officers there were one or two personnel who were given the responsibility of looking after the requirements of workers of various departments. 
  • The phase which began after the second world war and continued till the 1970’s saw the advent of the present day corporate culture. 
  • The 1980’s saw the growth of MNC’s and the advent of IT. It was in this period that Human Resource Management started to be taken seriously by companies and post 2000’s the Human Resource function underwent a sea-change. 
  • The HR transformation has been aided by the emergence of big data, artificial intelligence, robotics and analytics. 
  • Frederick W. Taylor, a renowned mechanical engineer postulated the following which formed the basis of modern human resource management. 
    • Training for workers
    • Maintain wage uniformity
    • Focus on better productivity                     

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Need of Human Resource Management:     

Aim: Human Resource Management helps company achieve objectives by optimising employee performance.

Growth of employees: Proper HRM practices ensures employees are well skilled to achieve their professional goals within an organisation.

Management / employee relations: Application of proper HRM practices ensures smooth functioning between management and employees by resolving contentious issues between them when situation arises.

Teamwork: HRM teaches employees the importance of teamwork, leading to higher productivity.

Succession planning: HRM practices help in identifying and grooming employees who shall take up leadership roles in the future in the company.

Right person for the right job: HRM helps in identifying jobs for an employee depending on his/her skill sets. This keeps employees happy, leading to lower attrition rate.

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Human Resource Management tools:   

The onset of technology has helped in automation of Human Resource Management functions. This has led to the development of Human Resource Management tools which help in establishing processes and ensure transparency amongst employees and management. One such tool is the HRMS developed by Vyrazu Labs which is hosted on enterprise.  

Apart from the above advantages the HRMS automates the following and is easy to configure.     

  • Leave Management 
  • Employee Management 
  • Payroll Management 
  • Attendance Management 
  • Appraisal Management     

Above all, the HRMS tool has been successfully installed at several small / mid and large organisations to take care of their Human Resource functions.

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Get in touch if you feel the HRMS tool can be of help to your organisation. You can have a first hand demo of the product by having a look at the web series. A free demo is available for you, just fill up the form below. For pricing details, check the pricing page. If you happen to head a small organisation of 4 / 5 members you shall have free access to this tool for 3 years.