They aren't as prevalent as one may think. HR information systems are mostly created to work for a variety of industries through different customization features.
In reviewing the HRMS information systems from which you will choose, take into consideration your industry specific needs when researching and participating in demos of the HR software products. As always, you want to view demonstrations of the capabilities you require and request references.
Just remember, your primary goal is to find a HR information system that meets your needs, so it may not matter if the system is industry specific. Read the full article at CompareHRIS.com.
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