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Name: Ashleigh Carroll

Centre Name: ICS

ICS Student Number: 20949627

CIPD Student Number: NO CIPD NUMBER GIVEN

Qualification Title: Diploma in Human Resource Management
Unit Title: Using Information in Human Resources
Unit Code: 5DPP
Assignment number: 2

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I have read the assessment regulations and understand that if I am found to have ‘copied’ from published work without acknowledgement, or from other candidate’s work, this may be regarded as plagiarism which is an offence against the assessment regulations and leads to failure in the relevant unit and formal disciplinary action.

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Name: Ashleigh Carroll

Submission Date: 08/12/2014
Word count: 2,106

Abstract
1.0 Introduction
1.1 Objectives of Study
1.2 Boundaries and Constraints
1.3 Background to study
2.0 Literature Review
2.1 Literature Review Summary

3.0 Methodology
3.3 Primary Research 3.3 Secondary Research 3.4 Ethical Issues
4 Conclusion
5 References
6 Bibliography
7 Appendices

Would implementing a new HRIS improve efficiency of HR related tasks, at Selby College, specifically in relation to data collection and analysis for accurate reporting. Abstract.
This proposal will examine the underlying issues of the current Human Resources Information System at Selby College. Through a rigorous process undertaken by research of



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