Human Resource Management Information System

Prior to much of the advanced technology organizations and employees are experiencing today, they needed to go to the human resources office to complete paperwork or seek information. As you have learned, self-service technology has eliminated many challenges experienced in the past. For your assignment on self-service technology, you will compose a paper of no less than 3 pages (excluding title and reference page) in APA format where you address the following:1.    Describe the factors/key elements found in self-service technology to include all areas self-service technology might be used, e.g. recruitment, onboarding, benefits administration, pay management, etc.  2.    Identify and described the differences among manager self-service, employee-self-service, and human resource portals.3.    What are the positives and negatives – for human resources, the organization, managers, and the employees. Make sure you provide some examples4.    What are some of the considerations that would be important when making decisions about self-service technology to include tools and providers to include access and security. The following will help guide you through the mechanics of the paper:•    Utilize the APA Style for preparing your paper. An APA sample paper is attached which will also serve as a mini-guide.•    You will use a minimum 3 resources, with at least 2 of those sources being peer-reviewed. You can, of course, use more sources.Course Scope This course provides an overview of Human Resources Information Systems, objectives of Human Resources Information Systems, Transformation of Human Resources in the digital age, E-Recruiting methods systems, Human Resources Information systems selection process and implementation, Human Resources Information Systems Self-Service Portal, Human Resources E-Learning and Training , Human Resources Performance Management systems, Future trends in Humans Resources systems and organizational acceptance of the Human Resources Information System. It will help students understand the various influences that Human Resources Information Systems have on individual units within the organization and how human resources information systems can help an organization run more efficiently.Course ObjectivesCO1: Translate the origins of Human Resources Information Technology to an organization, and infer the need to obtain involvement and commitment from others to set in place mechanisms to affect successful Human Resources Information System Programs and strategiesCO2: Develop an understanding of basic systems and the criteria for success in using HR software in organizationsCO3: Define Human Resources Information Systems trendsCO4: Detail various approaches to Human Resources Information systems design, selection and implementation and define characteristics of current Human Resource Information technology implementation strategiesCO5: Relate the impact that unresolved Human Information System issues can have on compliance with corporate policies and proceduresCO6: Recognize Human Resource Information System and its relationship with compliance with federal and state regulations/LawsCO7: Explain benefits of new technologies in recruiting and training in individual development of employees.CO8: Identify and understand the frameworks for the development and evolution of Corporate Universities and Learning Systems in various organizations.CO9: Describe and discuss the various HR Portal and associated programs and their associated values, costs, and benefits to the organizationCO10: Analyze the role and function of e-learning strategies and technology in the development of Human Capital