Human Resources Information System: A Study on Dnet Social Enterprise
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Dnet has been working as a nonprofit social enterprise company for the last 20years to solve the problems of developing the lives of children, youth and women especially those who support the marginalized. In line with Dnet's strategy, HRD is attempting to ensure procedural justice, increase transparency while maintaining equality, and facilitate the creation of an organizational environment that considers individual’s potentials and competencies, introduces a culture of innovation, and prepares all employees for changes at the workplace. Their HR department has recently implemented the new HRIS system which is having a beneficial influence on the organization's overall management and the performance. In this study, their new HRIS procedures and practices have been analyzed which are related to their HR related activities. At the very beginning of this internship report, there is an introductory part where the first chapter has been covered by the origin of the report, its objectives, scope and the methodology of the study & analysis as well as the limitations I faced in preparing this report. The second chapter has been described by the literature review which provides a clear understanding of the importance of HRIS technology for a Human Resource Department. About the over view, their mission & vision, products and services and the HRD of Dnet Social Enterprise have been described in the chapter three. The fourth chapter focuses on the duties and responsibilities as an intern to the company which highlights the learning & the experiences was gained during the internship period. Chapter five and six are included as the main part of this report, where chapter five is about the purpose & the objectives of the implementation of new HRIS system at Dnet Social Enterprise, through the new HRIS software - SMART HRM how the HRD of Dnet has performed on their HR related activities, what the benefits from using it. All these topics have been analyzed here. And based on this findings and analysis I have provided some recommendations in chapter six which will help the organization to develop their new HRIS system for performing effectively.
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