Employee Management

Employee management refers to the process of overseeing and coordinating all activities related to an organization's workforce. This includes tasks such as recruitment, on-boarding, training, performance evaluation, compensation, benefits administration, and employee relations.

In Enterprise Resource Planing systems (ERP), employee management typically occurs through its Human Resources (HR) modules. Here's how it happens:

Employee On-boarding

  • HR managers can create employee profiles containing personal information, job details, contact information, etc.
  • They can manage the on-boarding process by assigning tasks, uploading documents, and setting up introductory meetings.

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  • The system allows employees to clock in and out using various methods such as web interface, mobile app, or even bio-metric devices if integrated.
  • Time tracking and attendance data can be managed centrally, providing insights into employee work hours.

Leave Management

  • Employees can request leaves through the system.
  • Managers can approve or reject leave requests and track leave balances for each employee.

Performance Evaluation

  • The system enables HR managers to set up performance appraisal forms and schedules.
  • Employees and managers can use these forms to assess performance, set goals, and provide feedback.

Training & Development

  • HR can create training programs and courses within the system.
  • Employees can enroll in these courses, and their progress can be tracked.

Performance Evaluation

  • The system includes payroll management functionality where HR can define salary structures, deductions, and benefits.
  • Payroll processing can be automated based on attendance records and other relevant data.

Performance Evaluation

  • The system offers self-service portals where employees can update their personal information, view pay stubs, request time off, and access company policies and documents.

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