CMA’s Human Resource Information System (HRISnet) assists more than 50 government agencies with administering human resource (HR) management.
Designed for state agencies, HRISnet automates the processing of standard HR transactions and interfaces with personnel and payroll systems.
HRISnet also simplifies rarely performed administrative tasks such as item renumbering, recording contract pay raises, entering bonus data, title reallocation and restructuring, and uniform changes in inconvenience and location pay.
Classification and Compensation (CC): This module processes CC forms for creating and maintaining position item numbers within an agency.
Personnel and Payroll: HRISnet automates key personnel and payroll functions such as hiring, promotion, and payroll adjustments.
Performance Evaluation: Within the performance evaluation module ratings and awards associated with employee performance evaluations are assigned and tracked, as well as the due dates of evaluation reports and results.
Probation Monitoring: The probation module tracks employee probationary periods, including facilities for recording probation results, probation extensions, entering a second probationary period, and due dates for probation reports.
Labor Relations: The labor relations module includes the tracking of employee discipline and grievance cases, review and arbitration, facilities for entering new cases, and printing of monthly activity reports.
Reporting Capabilities: HRISnet provides predefined reports, including biweekly and management reports. In addition, ad hoc reporting provides the ability to create reports using raw data or live database extracts.
Employee Self-Service: In coordination with our LATSnet product, this module allows employees to review and change emergency contact information via a secure Internet connection.
Representatives from CMA, a Latham-based technology company serving the needs of public sector clients for 35 years, will attend the annual conference of the New York State Association of Personnel & Civil Service Officers (NYSAPCSO).
As part of New York Governor Cuomo’s enterprise initiatives, the state has procured CMA’s enterprise Time and Attendance system for use by all executive agencies.