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University of Management and Technology

School of Business & Economics


Course Overview
Human Resource Information Systems

COURSE CODE:

PROGRAM: Elective

RESOURCE PERSON: HAMMAD MUSHTAQ

CREDIT HRS 3

TOTAL SESSIONS 15

COURSE WEB SITE

KNOWLEDGE UNIT

FACULTY SBE

PRE-REQUISTES NONE

CLASS HOURS

COUNSELLING HOURS

LOCATION SBE CAMPUS


Course Description and Objective

Today, technology is the new vehicle to bring information about people to use in the
business. Managers and employees can now access the information and make
decision based on them. Many businesses have tried to manage their information
efficiency. They see the information as a key resource and view the role of
information technology essentially.

Furthermore, one of the biggest challenges is to manage employees to utilize the


technology since we are in the information age. The staff needs to increase their
productivity, reduce cost, produce better products/service, provides customer
satisfaction, increase business competitiveness, and growing business. In order to
do so, the organization needs to utilize technology. Many organizations have tried
to implement computer application for employee information system that helps to
increase efficiency storage, record, and report. Therefore, the course is offered to
provide general concept and guidelines to understand the HRIS planning,
development, implementation, and maintenance.

Textbooks & Supplies:


1. The Brave New World of eHR: Human Resources Management in the Digital
Age. By Eduardo Salas, Hal Gueutal, Dianna L. Stone (2005)
2. Management Information Systems for the Information Age U.S.A.: Haag, S.,
Cummings, M. & Dawkins, J.P. (2007) The McGraw-Hill Companies
3. Supplementary Material Research Publications, Case Studies, Course
Handouts will be provided in class
Web Resources
http://www.ihrim.org/resources/Publications/automating-the-workplace.html
http://www.chrt.com.au/hrismain.html.
http://www.ethics.ubc.ca/resources/computer

Grading:
Course Work Weight
Quizzes 20
Assignments 20
Class Participation / 5
Attendance
Mid Term 25
Final Project / Presentation 30
Course Outline

Day Topics
1 Introduction HRMS; Information age, Role of IT Systems
strategic and competitive opportunities in HRM.
2 Managing IT Systems, Human resources and HRMS
3 Does HRIS matter for HRM Today?
4 Relational Databases Concepts, Data Warehousing,
5 Decision support and artificial intelligence
6 eRecruting
7 Strategies for Attracting Talent
8 eSelection (Mid Term)
9 Designing eSelection Processes
10 HRIS Assistance in performance appraisal, Performance
Management
11 HRIS Demo
12 Tips for Buying HRIS
13 Do Your Homework Before You Implement a New System
14 Presentations
15 The Next Decade of HR, Course Postmortem

Guide Lines:

1. There will be unannounced quizzes, students should expect 3-4 quizzes


during the semester. There will be no makeup quizzes for missed
sessions and/or low scoring quizzes.
2. Submission deadlines for assignments will not be extended. Late
submissions will be penalized
3. Students must read relevant chapters of the reading books stated in the
textbooks section for the class discussions. Case studies and other
reading material furnished by the instructor will be included in the mid
term exam and quizzes.
4. This syllabus may be revised at the discretion of the instructor without
prior notification or consent of the students.

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