Human Resources Systems and Metrics

Explore the fundamentals of human resource information systems (HRIS) and HR metrics.

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Human Resources Systems and Metrics

Explore the fundamentals of human resource information systems (HRIS) and HR metrics.

What you’ll be able to do — competencies

  • Describe the management of human resource information systems (HRISs) and how they can streamline transactional human resource (HR) activities so HR professionals can focus on strategic activities 
  • Perform basic HR operations on an HRIS program 
  • Identify the critical needs and selection strategy to choose the most appropriate HRIS for an organization 
  • Identify the criteria and issues involved with implementing an HRIS program 
  • Perform measurement strategies that support organizational objectives 

Course description

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This course introduces you to the fundamentals of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) and HR metrics. It provides an overview of HRIS and the steps involved in selecting and implementing a system. It also provides strategies to leverage HR metrics and how to calculate them to link HR practices to achieving bottom-line business objectives. 

Prerequisites

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  • Basic computer skills 

Syllabus

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Session 1

Describe the management of human resource information systems (HRISs) and how they can streamline transactional human resource (HR) activities so HR professionals can focus on strategic activities. 

  • Explain the core components, purpose, and advantages of an HRIS 
  • Explain the application of an HRIS in HR record retention, talent management, risk management, time and attendance, recruitment, compensation, benefits, 
    and training 
  • Identify the essential elements of a successful HRIS strategy including key stakeholders 

Session 2 

Perform basic HR operations on an HRIS program.  

  • Describe the range of capabilities provided by various HRIS programs 
  • Enter data to process HR actions 

Session 3

Identify the critical needs and selection strategy to choose the most appropriate HRIS for an organization. 

  • Describe how to create an appropriate business case for an HRIS 
  • Explain the advantages and disadvantages of HRIS technology options 
  • Describe the selection process and decision drivers when choosing an HRIS 

Identify the criteria and issues involved with implementing an HRIS program. 

  • List the phases of implementing an HRIS 
  • Identify the appropriate members for the implementation team and their responsibilities, deliverables, accountabilities, and deadlines 
  • Identify risks and the best strategies for implementing an HRIS 

Perform measurement strategies that support organizational objectives. 

  • Explain the importance of measuring HR outcomes using metrics and the financial bottom line 

Session 4

Perform measurement strategies that support organizational objectives. 

  • Explain the importance of measuring HR outcomes using metrics and the financial bottom line. 
  • Identify and create metrics to support best practice decisions for managing human capital in organizations 
  • Use analytics and metrics in HR processes with the support of an HRIS 

Next available start dates

Online — Evenings

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Human Resources Systems and Metrics
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Total classroom hours

12 hours

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Schedule

Online

Evenings, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM, 4 M W, 12/7/2020 - 12/16/2020

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Total cost

$289

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Instructor: Ren'ee Mangini, SPHR

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Notes

NetID account is needed to access the course materials via Canvas, the online learning management system.

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