A “human resource category” (for example, consultant, programmer, etc.) is a way of classifying skills that is useful in matching resource requirements to particular people when developing the human resource plan for a project. The Human resource plan contains for each human resource category, information such as: • The number of staff required.
• Costing information and assumptions.
• When the staff are needed and for how long.
• Any special skills required over and above those that people in the category would normally be expected to have, as well as the required level of proficiency and the relative importance of these skills. Training requirements needed specifically for the project, for example in a new technology. • Office and materiel requirements
• Plans for team-building activities. (Motivation management) The following column shows a sample portion of the Human resource plan for a project. ► Human Resource Category
► Number of staff
► Cost assumptions
► When needed
► Till what date the staff is needed
► Special skills, if any
► Special needs, if any
► Training needs, if any
► Office and material equipment
The Human Resource Plan supports staff planning, staff acquisition, allocating resources to staff, and supervising project specific training activities. A summary Human resource plan is created for the entire project and managed by the project manager. The formality with which the Human resource plan is created and documented is a reflection of the size and complexity of the project. Typically, small projects do not require a formal plan. On the other hand, large, multiyear, multilevel projects with many participants may require multiple formal plans. The HRM plan is based on the project schedule.
1. Objection of the project:
In Order to be able to define our system architecture, we must first dearly state what our objective that will deriver system behavior at the same one of our objective is to create an experience, which is not only unique to the (user) client, but also makes him feel that he has loyal attachment to the system and approaches us whenever he/she needs. To achieve better results and success by implement computerized process instead of manual process.
2. Modules and their Description
This project contains five main modules: 1. Home Module
2. Admin Module
3. Employee Module
4. Careers Module
5. E-test Module
1. Home Module:
It contains the details of the company.
2. Admin Module:
Admin module consists of following options. They are Employee Registration:
This module is used to register the details of the new employee .Employee user creation is created to the particular employee.
This module is used to post the number of vacancies of the company.
This module is used to post the questions and also the correct answer based on the domain which is used in the write exam module. Attendance Entry:
Attendance entry of the particular employee is maintained here. Results:
It is used to view the results of the candidates who attended the exams. Salary Structure:
It is used to give the standard pay of the employee based on the designation.
It is used to view all the salary details of the employees and also used to give the other allowances and deductions.
Send and Receive Message:
It is used to send and receive message from the employees. View:
It is used to view the
Company profile, employee profile, salary detail, attendance detail.
3. Employee Module:
The Employee creation consists of following...
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