Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) have progressed since the 1980s from relatively simple computer applications to digital vaults of advanced human resources information and functions. HRIS is the name of the recruiting self-discipline for HRIS specialists and other recruiting professionals mixed up in technology for work and personnel issues. An HRIS is employed for employment actions such as applicant monitoring, performance management, attendance, payment and benefits management, employees analyses, and arranging. A very popular use of HRIS is worker self-service. Many employers are choosing their HRIS to supplement the recruiting department personnel by allowing employees for find answers to common questions they would have asked a human resources representative.