Shelves Tech HRMS

Shelves Tech human resources management system (HRMS) or human resources information system (HRIS) combines a number of systems and processes to ensure the easy management of human resources, business processes and data. This is used by businesses to combine a number of necessary HR functions, such as storing employee data, managing payrolls, recruitment processes, benefits administration, and keeping track of attendance records.

In order to align with the business, HR must modernize and transform. To be an agent of change, HR needs to choose the right HRMS in the cloud to manage the entire employee lifecycle

Shelves Tech HRMS includes everything employers need to manage HR records with confidence.

  • Employee Files
  • Organization Records
  • HR Management Files
  • HR Best Practice & Compliance
  • Employee Reviews and Performance appraisals
  • Licenses and Registrations Records
  • Workplace, Health and Safety Management Registers
  • Employee on-boarding and exit process automation
  • E-signatures:-

    Sign and Save Documents Digitally read the details in an electronic digital way, eliminating the need to waste time printing paper

  • Video-signatures:-

    Sign and save documents with a video declaration and the video clip attached with your documents for future usage.

  • Digital Signatures:-

    Digital signatures, like handwritten signatures, are unique to each signer. Digital signature solution providers, follow a specific protocol, called PKI. PKI requires the provider to use a mathematical algorithm to generate two long numbers, called keys. One key is public, and one key is private. When a signer electronically signs a document, the signature is created using the signer’s private key, which is always securely kept by the signer. The mathematical algorithm acts like a cipher, creating data matching the signed document, called a hash, and encrypting that data. The resulting encrypted data is the digital signature. The signature is also marked with the time that the document was signed. If the document changes after signing, the digital signature is invalidated. This feature will having a recurring expense of buying public keys.