Design and Implementation of a Personnel Management System.
The purpose of a personnel management system is to carry out personnel management functions efficiently. This system has modules such as recruitment, query, complaints and suggestions, training, notification, performance assessment, etc.
The personnel management system solves problem such as reducing the time, cost, physical space, man power and other resources needed for manual filing and other personnel management activities. By using this system, the whole personnel functions becomes almost paperless and stress free.
The personnel management system provides a user friendly data entry points with check boxes, combo boxes, drop down menus, check lists and buttons to make data entry easier. This system also ensures proper data storage, secured database and overall, general system security.
The most complex, and most times difficult department to manage in an organization is the personnel, i.e. people working there.
Proper and adequate management of the human resource of any organization, be it business, government, military, religious or academic organization propels the growth of the organization and brings about a conducive working environment. Every other resources or factors in an organization depend on the human factor, thereby making the need for proper personnel management eminent.
Personnel management begins with recruitment of qualified persons for an organization, it then spans through directing their growth through the ranks. It is also concerned with classification of jobs, preparation of wages, fixation of salary scales of employees at all various levels in the organization.
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