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11.Transactional activities, like employee benefits and payroll management, can be outsourced to an outside company.
12.Two typical self-service platforms used in HR technology include the ESS and ISS.
(ESS – employee self-service; MSS – manager self-service)
13.PeopleSoft is the world’s third-largest independent software provider.
(SAP, not PeopleSoft)
14.On-line recruiting or e-recruiting is a type of Web-based HR process and practice.
15.A Human Resources Information System includes only the software elements and support functions to gather, store, and report human resources data.
(includes hardware and system policies and procedures as well)
16.Outsourcing involves contracting an outside company to manage a function that used to be dealt with within the organization.
17.An enterprise resource planning (ERP) program often incorporates finance, logistics, production, accounting, and HRM.
18.Specialty products are software solutions for specific/specialized applications that are not always integrated with the main HR database.
19.One example of time and attendance software that tracks days, hours, overtime, and vacation balances is offered by SIPC.
(Kronos, not SIPC)
20.The ERP approach promotes the use of a common, shared relational database for critical information across the organization.
(single, shared relational database)
21.Organizations adopt a process- or a technology-driven approach to HR technology implementation.
22.In a self-service HR system, employers are not obligated to protect employees’ personal records.
23.There is no legislation in Canada that requires personal information be kept accurate, up to date and complete as possible in an organizational HRIS.