Title: An analytical study of applications of human resource information system in modern human resources management
Authors: Annpurna Sharma Bali
Addresses: University School of Business, Chandigarh University, NH-95, Gharuan, Punjab, India
Abstract: Experts working in HR space need to do many times consuming tasks related to employee management. With technological revolution and developing needs of HR it was understood that with the assistance of PCs and innovation, many valuable man hours of HR experts can be spared and used for strategic and progressively vital errands. The purpose of this study is to collect information regarding perceived performance and benefits of computer-based human resource information system (HRIS). This study has proposed and verified a comprehensive model of success of computer-based HRIS. The model comprises of five elements namely perceived performance of HRIS employee leave management, employee record management, performance and reward management, corporate communication and HRIS satisfaction. The research was carried out to understand and uncover the perceived performance of all five elements of HRIS and their relation with HRIS satisfaction by HR professionals. The results revealed that perceived performance of HRIS employee leave management, employee record management, performance and reward management are positively associated with HRIS satisfaction while HRIS corporate communication was found to have no positive association with HRIS satisfaction. This study can be further extended to develop success models of HRIS by including other stakeholders.
Keywords: HR; human resource information system; HRIS; reward management; corporate communication; employee management; strategic management.
International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Management and Informatics, 2019 Vol.5 No.4, pp.216 - 229
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