Introduction to Hrms at Tata Consultancy Services

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The Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS) enables you to achieve a well managed human resource system, turning HR management into a strategic advantage.

What is Human Resource Management?

Today, the most successful enterprises continuously review and improve their business functions, searching for new ways to streamline processes to make them more effective and to use them to gain competitive advantage. Human Resource Management is responsible for addressing the workforce aspect of this continuous improvement.

How has the role of Human Resource Management changed?

Human resource management was originally an administrative and welfare role within an enterprise. This often included recruitment and record–keeping functions. This role was primarily reactive in nature. Human Resources responded to the needs of both managers and employees, but did not anticipate them. In the last few decades, human resource management has evolved and assumed a more proactive role, from automated processing, to the provision of a new level of strategic value.

Why is Human Resource Management important?

The people within your enterprise produce the goods and provide the services that fuel your enterprise. At the same time, the human cost is often the biggest cost a company incurs. Well managed human resources directly improve your enterprise and contribute to a competitive advantage. If your enterprise has strategic, value added human resource management you will hire, motivate and retain the most capable workforce. You will have the ability to engage employees and line managers directly in managing their skills and careers to your enterprise’s advantage. Furthermore, you will have accurate, up–to–date workforce information for managers and executives.

What applications comprise the HRMS family suite?
HRMS consists of the following applications. These are all
separate products powerfully integrated into one application family.

 Human Resources
 Payroll
 Advanced Benefits
 Self–Service Human Resources (SSHR)
When the term HRMS is used, it refers to this integrated set of applications.

Applications Related to the HRMS family suite

There are other applications related to the HRMS family suite:  Training Administration
Application Data Exchange
Statutory Sick Pay and Statutory Maternity Pay
 Time Management
 Business Intelligence System
Individual user guides provide information on these other products.

What is TCS Human Resources?

TCS Human Resources (HR) is a proactive management solution that helps control costs while developing and supporting an effective workforce. Among the many features of HR is the ability to Manage the entire recruitment cycle

Design organizational models that match current and future business strategies and objectives Perform position management by defining and recording required skills, competencies, experience and qualifications for positions, jobs and organizations Perform career management functions relating to the definition of competencies, assessments, suitability matching, graphical ranking and succession planning Administer and maintain benefits plans, coverage levels and contribution allocations Manage salary proposals and approve these by component Use spreadsheets to export compensation and benefit details for comparison with external survey figures Human Resources provides the shortest route to fast, smart human resource management.

What is TCS HRMS Payroll?

THE HRMS Payroll is a high–performance, rule based payroll management system designed to keep pace with changing enterprises and workforce needs. HRMS Payroll managers require a solution to address unique requirements and offer complex calculations without losing the benefits of a standard supported package. Payroll offers that capability via a unique, data driven approach that enables the definition and management of diverse payroll requirements. Among its...
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