Human Resources Information Systems-Computerized HR

9 March to 20 March

In order to meet the competition in the global market, firms need to balance their available resources (human and capital) to achieve the desired profitability and survival. It is believed that management of human resources is the most important function for every organization that wants to have a competitive edge over its competitors because systems in organizations are formed and ran by humans. This paper therefore researched into the benefits of HRIS, its contributions to organizations and the challenges associated with its usage

Human Resource Information System (HRIS) is a computer-based system that is used to manage the administration of HR processes and procedures. Its purpose is to become more efficient in providing better information for decision making the “functions of HRIS comply with organizational interests in maintaining and managing the human capital based on the organizational vision and the strategy of achieving that vision”. This contributes to effective decision making which may guide spending of human resources in an organization

Target Audience: 

This course has been designed for all Human Resources professionals interested in improving HR performance. It is an essential course for HR and ICT/EIMS department heads, HR generalists and specialists in resourcing, compensation and benefits, payroll, training, personnel, HR, talent management and employee services.

Course Outcomes: 

Upon completing this workshop, the delegates should be able to:

  • Understand and have knowledge of server evidence diagnostic tools and digital crime identification techniques
  • Understand system forensic administration concepts for Unix/Linux and/or Windows operating systems.
  • Understand physical computer components and architectures, including the functions of various components and peripherals including the CPUs, Network Interface Cards, data storage
  • Have knowledge of Forensic Chain of Evidence and develop  a general understanding of what forensic auditing entails
  • Develop knowledge of phishing, hacking methodologies in Windows or Unix/Linux environment.
  • Develop a general understanding of what conflicts of interest and asset tracing entails and interest investigations