HRM722 - Personnel Research Techniques & Human Resources Information Systems
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Personnel Research Techniques & Human Resources Information Systems
This subject involves the study of research techniques as they pertain to the measurement and conditioning of workforce behaviour. The subject provides knowledge related to the introduction of electronic HR information systems (HRIS) into an organization by discovering project management, planning and implementation models. The value of HRIS to effective HR research activities will be explored by looking at actual practices of HR professionals.
One Full Credit.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Identify the techniques involved in researching, analysing, and interpreting data relating to human resource activities.
2. Demonstrate a command of the fundamentals of word processing, spreadsheet, presentation graphics and database management software by independently creating and editing documents.
3. Describe fundamental applications of HRIS to the management of human resources.
4. Apply knowledge of HRIS system development, acquisition and software to assigned human resources management tasks.
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