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Publisher:Daya Publishing House
Published In:2005
ISBN-10:8170353181
ISBN-13:9788170353188
Binding Type:Hardback
Weight:0.81 lbs
Pages:pp. xii + 95, Figures, 17 Tables, Graph, Biblio., Acknowledgement

The Title "Developing Human Resource Information System " is written by Ashok Kumar Gupta. This book was published in the year 2005. The ISBN number 8170353181|9788170353188 is assigned to the Hardback version of this title. This book has total of pp. xii + 95 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Daya Publishing House. We have about 1136 other great books from this publisher. Developing Human Resource Information System is currently Available with us.

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About the Book

Personal records have always been necessary for good personnel administration. As Business continue to grow and the administration of personnel becomes more sophisticated and professional. The volume of paper records increases in proportation, with the new technologies creating new and vastly different records.

The focus of attention is on non-statutory record system. The nature of the research is defined as conclusive as research findings are expected to result in specific decisions being made or specific actions being taken. The research is intended to provide information for planning activity.

The case method of study has been adopted as Research Methodology to understand the business situation. The method involves intensive study of a relatively small number of situations. The emphasis is on obtaining a complete description and understanding of the relationships of factors in each instance, regardless of the numbers involved. This method is applicable to both secondary and descriptive studies.

This method is of particular value when one is seeking help on a problem in which the relationships of a number of factors are involved, and in which it is difficult to understand the individual factors without considering their relationships.

About the Author

Ashok K. Gupta (Born 1962) aft completing his Post Graduation in Public Administration (1989) & Political Science (198) both in First Division and M. Phil, in Politic Science (1986) from Punjabi University, Patiala (Punjab) started his carrier as College Lecturar Postgraduate Deptt. of Political Science, Rajindra Government College, Bathinda (Punjab) in 1986, teaching Postgraduate class on Political Thought and Diplomacy and later on at M.L.S.M. College, Sundernagar (Himachal Pradesh) as Lecturar & Head Political Science Deptt.

Soon he switched his carrier from teaching to business line. He has done his MB. in HRD and worked with higher middle an higher Management for various medium an big organizations in Private MNC sector in the field of administration, finance, Human resources and Management. Prominent among them is Direct-selling Company called Amway India Enterprises and a BP Company called Teleperformance - USA. H was instrumental in developing softwar useful for all the departments ii Teleperformance for easy flow of information among the departments without duplication with minimum cost and less chances of errors

Presently he is working with Centre for Science & Technology for non-aligned and other Developing Countries, an Intergovernmental, UN like body based a New Delhi, and looking after Administration including traveling, H R, Finance and protocol activities.

He has already published a Book and various papers on leadership.

Contents

List of Tables

1. Introduction
2. Company Profile
3. Concepts
4. Objectives of the Study
5. Research Methodology
6. Existing Personnel Information Record System
7. Recommendations
8. Conclusions