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  • As the corporate culture is developing and updating day by day, it requires the HR systems to also update. Much time is taken by the HR systems to evolve from the manual process that was used for years to the self-service HRIS system.

    HRIS is the acronym for Human Resource Information System, which is a software package. It is mainly developed to help the human resource management professionals to manage and handle the data more efficiently and professionally. In other words, it is the intersection of Human resource management with Information technology. It looks after a number of activities which includes all those activities which are related to human resource management, accounting, management and payrolls.With the incorporation of HRIS into the corporate culture, the HRM is now working more efficiently and is developing into a better system.

    There are various components of the HRIS System like Database, time and labor management, payroll function, benefits, employee interface,
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  • The glass ceiling effect is a very common term used in the human resource management. It is an unseen barrier which do not allow the women and minorities to raise to the higher ranks of the corporation irrespective of their qualities. Even being in the 21st century, the glass ceiling still exists in most of the companies. It is something that has penetrated so much in our corporate culture. it is actually the resistance to the achievements and accomplishments of the women as well as the minorities to reach the top rank of the managements. Initially, this term was only restricted to the women, but them it also extended to the men and women of the minorities.

    In the early 1980’s, instead of glass ceiling another term was used, called as “mommy track”. This term was associated the women who had small children, because they were thought to be less motivated and disciplined than the male workforce. It was assumed that the women who are childbearing would take longer leaves or would
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