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Benguet State University

OPEN UNIVERSITY

La Trinidad, Benguet

COURSE SYLLABUS

 

I.   CATALOGUE COURSE DESCRIPTION

Course Code :   HRM 230

Course Title :     Human Resource Information System

Course Description : Computer-Based Information System and Human Resource Management

Prerequisites:

Credit Units :    3 units

Total Hours :    54 hours

 

II.   INSTITUTIONAL VISION, MISSION, GOALS

 A.  General Objectives:

National:      To train the nation’s manpower in the skills required for national development for the improvement of the quality of human life 

Regional:     To promote a holistic development of agriculture and related fields towards the upliftment of human welfare in the Cordillera and nearby provinces 

University:    To develop people who are imbued with excellence and social conscience and who are actively generate and promote environment-friendly                      

                        technologies to improve the quality of life.

        Open University:      To provide advanced quality life-long education for all through open and distance learning intervention 

B.  Course Objectives:  

 At the end of the course, the students should be able to:

                        a) List the organizational benefits of Human Resource Information System (HRIS)

b) Describe the applications of HRIS in the HR functional areas or practices

c) Identify and describe the perspectives in managing automated Human Resource data/information

d) Explain the characteristic features of HRIS

 

III.  COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Class attendance and participation

Assignments

Written final examination

IV.  METHODOLOGY

Individual learning

Class discussion

eLearning (Edu 2.0)

Group interaction

V.  COURSE OUTLINE

 

A. MODULE 1: IT, IS and HRIS: An overview

a) Information Technology and Information Systems

b) Computer-based Information System

c) HR issues and Importance of Human Resource Management Information System (HRIS)

d) HRIS Needs Analyis

B.  MODULE 2: Computerized HRIS and HRIS Functional Areas

a) Personnel Management Module

b) Benefits Module

c) Recruitment Module

d) Training Module

e) Performance Management and Administration Module

f) Medical Information/Wellness Module

g) Time and Attendance Module

h) Safety Management Module

C. MODULE 5: Policies and Procedures for HRIS

D. MODULE 6: Ethical and Legal Considerations for HRIS

 

VI.  SCHEDULE (page 3)

 

MODULE

TOPIC/

ACTIVITY

NR. OF

WEEKS

PERIOD COVERED/

DEADLINE

First Meeting: January 21, 2017

Module 1

Introduction

Lessons 1

 

Discussion1a:

Introduce yourself.

As HR practitioner who uses Information Technology, what is your role in building management-worker relationship? What are the advantages and disadvantages of using Information Technology in an organization?

1 week

 

Lessons 2-4

 

Discussion1b:

-       Do you need HRIS in your organization now? Why?

-       Discuss the importance of HRIS to personnel records management

 

Assignment Nr1:

Answer Assignment No. 1 in the module

2 weeks

 

Second Meeting: February 18, 2017

Module 2

Computerized HRIS and HR Functional Areas

Assignment Nr2:

1) Answer the SAQ1 in the module

2)  Formulate or design a Human Resource Information System  for your organization.

4 weeks

 

Third Meeting: March 18, 2017

Module 3

The Enterprise Human Resource Systems

Assignment Nr3:

1) Answer the Review Exercise in the module

2) Your company has a limited budget allotment for a computerized HRIS. It will be conducted in phases, and the budget is good for only one (1) module for this year. You have been asked to recommend to the Executive Committee which of the ff. modules will be targeted first:

1. Personnel Management Module

2. Benefits Module

3. Recruitment Module

4. Training Module

5. Performance Management and Administration Module

6. Medical Information/Wellness Module

7. Time and Attendance Module

8. Safety Management Module

2 weeks

 

Module 4

Systems Development Life Cycle Model

2 weeks

 

Fourth Meeting: April 22, 2017

Module 5

Policies and Procedures for HRIS

Assignment Nr4:

A case study will be presented by the course facilitator.

Answer the ff. in 50 – 100 words:

1) What particular steps do you think should have occurred in relation to the needs analysis in this study?

2) Identify a Management Information System (MIS) implementation strategy that would have avoided the major problems in the case study.

1 week

 

Module 6

Ethical and Legal Considerations for HRIS

3 weeks

 

Fifth Meeting:        FINAL EXAMINATION: May 20, 2017 (Note: NO PERMIT NO EXAM)

VII.   ASSIGNMENT AND SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

 

            There will be no deduction of points on late submitted assignments. However, assignments that will be submitted on or before the deadline will be given additional points.

Assignments can, however, be submitted thru email using the following format in the subject of email:

   :<course code_assignment number_surname>

 

example:

 You are expected to complete all the requirements of the course module.

 

VIII.     FINAL EXAMINATION

             The assessment of your learning in the module will be administered once only. This final examination, in the form of objective and subjective essay will, cover Modules 1 to 6.

 

IX.  COMPUTATION OF GRADES

            The following are the allotted points for your academic performance in the course:

            Module 1                              = 100 pts

            Module 2                               = 100 pts

            Module 3                               = 100 pts

            Module 4                               = 100 pts

            Final Examination                  =100 pts

            Attendance and participation = 100 pts

                                    Total               = 600 pts ÷ 6 = 100

 

            In the grading scale, 1.00 is very excellent and 5.00 is failure.  You must maintain a general weighted average of 2.00 as required in the completion of a Master’s degree.

 

Points Range

 

Grade

 

Percentage

570-600

1.00

97-100

539-569

1.25

94-96

508-538

1.50

91-93

477-507

1.75

88-90

446-476

2.00

85-87

415-445

2.25

82-84

384-414

2.50

79-81

353-383

2.75

76-78

352

3.00

75

Lacks requirements (to be completed within one year)

Inc.

 

Failed

5.00

 

 

 

X.  REFERENCES

 

CORPUZ, C. R. 2000. Personnel and Human Resource Management.

Rex Book Store: Manila, Philippines.

 

DESSLER, et. al. 1999. Human Resource Management. Australian Edition.

            Prentice Hall: Australia.

 

DIAMANTE, M. M. and TAN, G. L. 2007. Human Resource

Management: Local and Global Perspectives. C & E Publishing, Inc.:

Quezon City, Philippines.

 

ORTIGAS, C. D. 1997. Human Resource Development. Ateneo De

Manila University Press: Quezon City, Philippines.

 

PAYOS, R. and ZORILLA, O.  2003. Personnel Management.

Rex Book Store: Manila, Philippines.

 

US Dessler Website

http://humanresources.about.com. Susan M. Heathfield,

About.com Guide

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