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Volume & Issue no: Volume 3, Issue 9, September 2014


Integration of People, Process and Technology: A case for e-HRM adoption
Author Name:
Dr Puja Sareen
ABSTRACT Human Resource Management (HRM) function has undergone an immense transformation in the last decade. The prime reasons for this transformation include globalization of economy, emphasis on product and service quality, workforce diversity, outsourcing trends and inexorable power of technology to transform the Human Resource function in an organization. To meet the growing demands of their profession, the Human Resource (HR) professionals need to be strategic business partners, lead change in the organization, teach HR competencies to line managers and most importantly, leverage information technology (IT) in the delivery of HR services to employees. This has resulted in the emergence of e-HRM (electronic HRM). The present research attempts to study the integration of technology and the Human Resource function of organizations and provides a framework of e-HRM outcomes, both positive and negative. The research presents a case for e-HRM adoption. This will help the organizations, which are still in the ‘deciding phase’ for e-HRM adoption as well as those organizations, which are stuck in their e-HRM journey at some point. The outcomes of research are a result of combined insight derived from academic research and practical experience of visiting the selected companies to study their respective e-HRM systems. Perhaps, the one-on-one discussions with the HR experts, in the e-HRM domain, have provided valuable insight in the design and execution of present research. Key words: HRM, e-HRM, e-HRM outcomes, IT
Cite this article:
Dr Puja Sareen , " Integration of People, Process and Technology: A case for e-HRM adoption" , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 3, Issue 9, September 2014 , pp. 051-056 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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