Open Access Open Access  Restricted Access Subscription Access
Open Access Open Access Open Access  Restricted Access Restricted Access Subscription Access

An Empirical Study on Perception of E-HRM Tools for the End Users


Affiliations
1 Sri Sri University, Cuttack, Odisha, India
     

   Subscribe/Renew Journal


There is no exception that organization and Human Resource Management were greatly influenced by the Information Technology. There is no doubt about it that the use of information technology brings benefits such as cost reduction, time savings and strategic transformation. The term E-HRM can be described as the plan schedules for systematic dimensions, proper implementation of those corollaries and usage of applied sciences in the networking web applications helping the personnel in performing of the HR activities. The E-HRM process is an easy to use tool which is reliable and efficient so it’s reachable to a broad assemblage of diverse workforces. Therefore the electronic human resources management process is the new change practicing the HRM functions on a globalized scenario. The different organizations are adopting different HR software modules for integrating their HR functions. The information technology has changed from management information system to enterprise resource planning and then cloud computing environment.

This current particular research work in its essence exemplifies the perception of software application (electronic savvy tools) for the end users in selected organizations in Orissa. The study indicates that the different organization having different application tools for electronic human resource management. It has found that the major organization implementing the E-HRM tools such as Human resource - functional application, integrated-Human-resource software suite-applications, Interactive-voice response, Human resource-intranet application, self service application, employee self service application, manager self-service application, HR extranet application, HR portal application are satisfied and easy going through its usage and enhancing their (end user) self-development as well.


Keywords

E-HRM, E-HRM Software Application Tools, HRM, Satisfaction Level of End User, Self-Development of End User.
User
Subscription Login to verify subscription
Notifications
Font Size

  • M. Patel, and S. Dhal, “The virtual ambience with electronic human resource management system: A systematic literature review,” International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, vol. 5, no. 5, pp. 1059-1063, May 2017.
  • R. Behera, and S. Dhal, “Activity process re-engineering- Greatest challenges in implementation of ERP systems in government organization,” International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, vol. 5, no. 5, pp. 540-544, May 2017.
  • M. J. Kavanagh, M. Thite, and R. D. Johnson, “Human Resource Information Systems: Basics, Applications and Future Directions,” (2nded.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. http//www.shrm.org
  • T. Bondarouk, and J. K. Looise, “A contingency perspective on the implementation of e-performance management,” in: Encyclopedia of Human Resources Information Systems: Challenges in E-HRM, Ed. Pennsylvania USA: Teresa Torres-Coronas & Mario Arias-Oliva. IGI Global Books, pp. 197-202, 2009.
  • T. Bondarouk and H. Rule, “Does e-HRM contribute to HRM effectiveness? Results from a quantitative study in a Dutch ministry,” 4th International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network, pp. 4-5, November 2006.
  • D. Brown, “Technology a tool for strategic HR,” Canadian HR Reporter, pp. 18-19, 1999.
  • L. Busser, and E. Davis, “Information systems: The quiet revolution in human resource management,” Journal of Computer Information Systems, vol. 42, no. 2, pp. 17-20, 2002.
  • http://documents.routledgeinteractive.s3.amazonaws.com/9781138838345/student/chap_sum/chapter_summary_ch15.pdf

Abstract Views: 411

PDF Views: 0




  • An Empirical Study on Perception of E-HRM Tools for the End Users

Abstract Views: 411  |  PDF Views: 0

Authors

Monalisha Patel
Sri Sri University, Cuttack, Odisha, India
Sunil Kumar Dhal
Sri Sri University, Cuttack, Odisha, India

Abstract


There is no exception that organization and Human Resource Management were greatly influenced by the Information Technology. There is no doubt about it that the use of information technology brings benefits such as cost reduction, time savings and strategic transformation. The term E-HRM can be described as the plan schedules for systematic dimensions, proper implementation of those corollaries and usage of applied sciences in the networking web applications helping the personnel in performing of the HR activities. The E-HRM process is an easy to use tool which is reliable and efficient so it’s reachable to a broad assemblage of diverse workforces. Therefore the electronic human resources management process is the new change practicing the HRM functions on a globalized scenario. The different organizations are adopting different HR software modules for integrating their HR functions. The information technology has changed from management information system to enterprise resource planning and then cloud computing environment.

This current particular research work in its essence exemplifies the perception of software application (electronic savvy tools) for the end users in selected organizations in Orissa. The study indicates that the different organization having different application tools for electronic human resource management. It has found that the major organization implementing the E-HRM tools such as Human resource - functional application, integrated-Human-resource software suite-applications, Interactive-voice response, Human resource-intranet application, self service application, employee self service application, manager self-service application, HR extranet application, HR portal application are satisfied and easy going through its usage and enhancing their (end user) self-development as well.


Keywords


E-HRM, E-HRM Software Application Tools, HRM, Satisfaction Level of End User, Self-Development of End User.

References