Pathway Staff Management System

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  • Department: Information Management Technology
  • Project ID: IMT0179
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TABLE OF CONTENT

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT...........................................................................................................................2

DECLARATION .......................................................................................................................................3 DEDICATION..........................................................................................................................................4 ABSTRACT..............................................................................................................................................7

CHAPTER ONE ...............................................................................................................................................8 INTRODUCTION.....................................................................................................................................8

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM...........................................................................................................12

1.2 RESEARCH OBJECTIVES..................................................................................................................12

1.3 RESEARCH QUESTIONS..................................................................................................................12

1.4 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY .......................................................................................................13

CHAPTER TWO ............................................................................................................................................14

2.0 REVIEW OF LITERATURE................................................................................................................14

2.1 RELATED STUDY ............................................................................................................................14

CHAPTER THREE..........................................................................................................................................16

3.0 METHODOLOGY OF THE STUDY....................................................................................................16

3.1 DESIGN METHOD ..........................................................................................................................16

3.2 STUDY AREA ..................................................................................................................................17

3.3 SYSTEM DESIGN ............................................................................................................................17

3.4 DATA COLLECTION ........................................................................................................................21

3.4.1 DATA COLLECTION INSTRUMENTS.............................................................................................21

3.5 PROJECT SCHEDULE / PLAN ..........................................................................................................23

3.6 PROJECT BUDGET..........................................................................................................................24

CHAPTER FOUR ...........................................................................................................................................26

4.1 SYSTEM ANALYSIS .........................................................................................................................26

4.2 INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................................28

4.3 SYSTEM AND ALGORITHM FLOWCHARTS.....................................................................................31

CHAPTER FIVE..............................................................................................................................................34

5.0 IMPLEMENTATION........................................................................................................................34 5.1 INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................................34

5.1.1 SYSTEM FLOW CHART ................................................................................................................34

5.2 DATABASE DESIGN........................................................................................................................35 

5.2.1 TABLE DESIGN ............................................................................................................................35

ADMIN TABLE..........................................................................................................................................35

STAFF TABLE............................................................................................................................................35

PAYMENT TABLE .....................................................................................................................................35

5.3 INPUT DESIGN...............................................................................................................................37

5.3.2 STAFFS FEEDBACK FORM RATINGS ............................................................................................39

5.4. OUTPUT DESIGN...........................................................................................................................39 5.4.1. USER REPORTS ..........................................................................................................................39 5.5 SYSTEM SECURITY DESIGN............................................................................................................40 5.6 PROGRAM DESIGN........................................................................................................................41 CHAPTER SIX................................................................................................................................................46

6.0 APPENDICES ..................................................................................................................................46

6.1 ACHIEVEMENTS.............................................................................................................................46

6.2 CONSTRAINTS................................................................................................................................46

6.3 CONCLUSION.................................................................................................................................46

6.4 RECOMMENDATION .....................................................................................................................46

6.5 REFERENCES ..................................................................................................................................47

6.6 appendices....................................................................................................................................48

6.6.1 Appendix A - Project Document.................................................................................................48 


ABSTRACT

Staff records play a significant role in an organization as it provides information needed to manage their employees’ performance. Many organizations particularly the government agencies are still using the conventional methods which are merely paper-based to record the data of their employees, this often result in downright waste of time in generating reports or searching for employees’ records and loss or damage of files. These inadequacies in the conventional method are characteristically alluded for the justification in developing a computer-based staff management system; as it creates and maintains a database of staff records. This paper discusses the development of a computer-based system using html while the database was designed using MySQL. With this new system in place; it will provide a dependable report of staff profile in support of management planning and decision-making. It will also accelerate the most time consuming aspects of the organization which is processing and maintaining accurate staff information, secures and staff members can be transferred between positions easily without having to retype back their information in the database. You can check to see if there are duplicate positions in the database. Most of all, the managers can assign tasks to staff and assess their progress in order to keep track of employee performance. A flexible and easy to use staff Management software solution for small and medium sized companies provides modules for personnel information management thereby organization and companies are able to manage the crucial organization asset – people. The combination of these modules into one application assures the perfect platform for re-engineering and aligning Human Resource processes along with the organizational goals. This system brings about an easy way of maintaining the details of staff working in any organization. It is simple to understand and can be used by anyone who is not even familiar with system. It is user friendly and just asks the user to follow step by step operations by giving easy to follow options. It is fast and can perform many operations for a company. The goal of this project is to design and develop staff management system to fill existing gaps in the electronic management of employees

Keywords: Human Resources, Staff Management System, Record, Database, Development

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