Management information system for human resource allocation
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A Management Information System for Human Resource Allocation has been designed to provide objectivity in employee - job allocation in indigenous audit and accountancy firms in Uganda. The system in place, of employee - job allocation lacks objectivity in that it is based on management’s conviction on an employee’s capability to execute a given job, a method which creates bias and compromises competitiveness. The system designed overcomes the above problems by matching jobs to qualified and competent employees basing on data stored in the database relating to job details and employee details. This project has highlighted the importance of Management Information Systems, and in particular, Human Resource Management Systems. It has addressed an area in human resource management which had previously been overlooked. The study was limited to indigenous audit and accountancy firms in Uganda, using Messrs Mukasa,Yiga and Company Certified Public Accountants as a case study. The designed system was implemented using MySql as the Data Base Management System (DBMS) with Java servlets as the scripting language. Hyper Text Mark-up Language (HTML) was used in designing Graphical User Interface (GUI).