Captiville Human Resource Information System
You work for a successful financial firm named Captiville. Captiville was founded by Thomas Stevenson in 1998. For numerous years, this firm has been serving a wide range of clients in the Greater Toronto Area. Captiville has a high retention rate. Staff brag about how this organization has a “family feel” and they cultivate a culture of unity. Captiville has approximately 500 employees.Captiville’s senior management arrives at the conclusion that it would be easier to achieve the strategic goals enumerated by the Executive Team if the various organizational functions would share information. Shared information would enable them to develop and deploy new action plans and strategic decisions more effectively and efficiently. As a result, Captiville’s President, Parvathi Singh and Thomas Stevenson have instructed the department heads to ensure their information systems are up to date so that data sharing is feasible.
The decision has been made by the VP of Human Resources, Victoriya Lebedev as well as the Executive Team to purchase an HRIS software application that would integrate the most common business functions including: human resources, payroll, accounting, and customer relationship management. You have been selected by Victoriya to lead this project.
After numerous meetings with department heads, you realize that there are a vast number of individuals, including stakeholders and customers who will be affected by the new system. Furthermore, you realize how important it is to begin working on this project.
Using the background information and the knowledge acquired throughout the course, address the following questions:1) Identify, with explanation, three different types of users/customers of the implemented HRIS. Ensure your response includes the at least three different types of HR data that each of these users/customers may need. (20 marks)
2) Identify some of the individuals who would be an asset to include on the HRIS project team. Provide rationale. (5 marks)
3) Select three areas of the HR function such as talent acquisition/recruitment; compensation management; benefits administration; training and development; and/or performance appraisal and management, etc.) and make a list of the processes that will need to be documented and tracked during the planning of an HRMS design. (25 marks)