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Paper Title :
Working in Progress: Implementation of HRMIS for Civil Servant

Author :Hamayun Abdul Rahimzai, Teruhiko Hiraishi

Article Citation :Hamayun Abdul Rahimzai ,Teruhiko Hiraishi , (2018 ) " Working in Progress: Implementation of HRMIS for Civil Servant " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 4-7, Volume-4,Issue-9

Abstract : The study aimed to define the implementation of the HRMIS as a HR management tool across the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) in the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC). The HR applications currently developed in Human Resource Management Development (HRMD) Department of the IARSCS for the HR usage of inline Ministries/Agencies are not close to the standard of recent technologies. Information of the Civil Servant in the IARCSC is incomplete and inaccurate, and current system do not adequately support management decision making process. Furthermore, the systems currently utilised in Afghanistan are not even close to the international standards and lack of certain features, average design and functionalities make the current HR system insufficient. To overcome these challenges, we propose a solution based on Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS) to ensure timely, accurate and complete information on the civil service and to better support decision-making, planning and policy development. To evaluate the current solution, we used questionnaire and Interview methodology. As a result, the rate of HR users who showed their interest for implementation of HRMIS were more than 60%. After completing the evaluation phase we come up with the proposed solution Orange HRM which offers HRMIS software, developed using PHP and My SQL (An Open Source plate form). Keywords: Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA), Human Resource Management Information System(HRMIS), Human Resource Management Development (HRMD),

Type : Research paper


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