What is HRMS?

HR work is more complex and involved today than it ever has been. There’s so much that goes into the management of employee information, which is used for everything from recruiting and hiring to training, evaluations, and so much more. The importance and manpower behind these tasks make it critical for human resources professionals to have HR management software for more efficient management of HR information.

This is why many companies are now use a HRMS (Human Resource Management System) — a combination of systems and processes that connect human resource management and information technology through HR software. A HRMS can be used in candidate recruiting, payroll management, leave approval, succession planning, attendance tracking, career progression, performance reviews, and the overall maintenance of employee information within an organization.

Nusmart And People Edge Consulting

People Edge Consulting has partnered with Nusmart to provide clients with an Effective HRMS software that can greatly
simplify your HR Process.
NuSmart is Oracle NetSuite SDN Partner and Product Development Company focused on developing HRMS on NetSuite Cloud Platform.

NuSmart HRMS Features

Payroll Management

NuSmart provides accurate, compliant global payroll in a single, unified solution.

Leave Management

Nusmart you can manage leave and create multiple leaves. employees can just add the leaves in one click.

Time and Attendance Management

Time and Attendance Management, timesheets, attendance can be easily tracked.

Performance Management System

NuSmart enables the organization to streamline their performance management processes.

Recruitment Management

Nusmart ‘s cloud-based recruitment software can be tailored to fit in with your organizational requirements.

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