CIPM HR Database - CIPM Sri Lanka
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Welcome to CIPM HR Database

HR database plays a vital role in optimizing HR operations, supporting informed decision-making, ensuring compliance, and improving employee experiences. It is a powerful tool that enables HR professionals to effectively manage human resources and contribute to the overall success of an organization.


The HR Database

The HR (Human Resources) database is a critical tool for organizations to effectively manage their workforce and support various HR functions. Its significance lies in the following key areas:

  • 1. Employee Information Management: The HR database serves as a centralized repository for storing and organizing essential employee information such as personal details, employment history, job titles, compensation, benefits, performance evaluations, and training records. This data provides a comprehensive view of each employee's profile and facilitates efficient HR administration.
  • 2. HR Analytics and Reporting: With a well-maintained HR database, organizations can leverage data analytics to gain valuable insights into their workforce. Analyzing HR metrics and trends enables informed decision-making in areas like workforce planning, talent acquisition, employee engagement, and performance management. It helps identify patterns, spot areas for improvement, and drive strategic initiatives.
  • 3. Payroll and Benefits Administration: The HR database plays a pivotal role in payroll processing and benefits administration. It maintains accurate records of employee salaries, tax information, deductions, and other payroll-related data, ensuring timely and accurate compensation. It also facilitates managing employee benefits programs, including health insurance, retirement plans, leave balances, and other perks.

President’s Message

We are delighted to announce that the CIPM HR Database is now open and accessible to all authorized individuals within our organization. This is an important milestone that will enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of our human resources processes, allowing us to better serve our members, students, and HR practitioners.

Mr. Ken Vijayakumar
President, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management

Chairperson’s Message

The CIPM HR Database serves as a comprehensive repository for research scholars, CIPM members, HR Practitioners and students who engage in research studies. By centralizing this vital repository, we aim to build up research culture in the field of HRM.
We encourage all members, students, HRM research scholars and HR stakeholders to make full use of this valuable resource. The HR e-repository is designed to empower you with greater control over your HR-related activities and contribute to the overall success.

Prof. Prasadini Gamage
Chairperson, Standing Committee on National HR Data Hub with Research and Development Capabilities - CIPM Sri Lanka
  • 4. Compliance and Legal Requirements: Organizations must comply with various employment laws and regulations. The HR database helps in maintaining compliance by storing necessary documents such as employment contracts, tax forms, I-9 verification, and training certifications. It also aids in generating reports for audits, legal inquiries, and government compliance requirements.
  • 5. Performance Management and Development: HR databases enable effective performance management by storing performance reviews, goals, and development plans. By tracking employees' progress and providing a historical record of their achievements, the database assists in performance evaluations, identifying training needs, and succession planning.
  • 6. Employee Self-Service: Many modern HR databases include self-service portals or employee intranets. These platforms empower employees to access their personal information, update details, view pay stubs, submit leave requests, enroll in benefits, and participate in performance-related activities. Employee self-service streamlines administrative tasks, enhances communication, and improves employee engagement.
  • 7. Streamlined HR Processes: By automating routine HR processes, the database increases efficiency and reduces manual workloads. It facilitates workflows such as onboarding, offboarding, time and attendance tracking, leave management, and employee record maintenance. Automation minimizes errors, enhances data accuracy, and frees up HR professionals to focus on strategic initiatives.

Overall, the HR database is vital for effective HR management, providing accurate employee information, supporting decision-making, ensuring compliance, and streamlining HR processes. It enhances organizational efficiency, contributes to workforce productivity, and enables the HR department to play a more strategic role in achieving business objectives. Current database has developed with the collaboration of Department of Census and Statistics, Sri Lanka.