e-Human Resources Management: Managing Knowledge People
e-HRM: Managing Knowledge People responds to the challenge of documenting recognizable, innovative, and creative approaches to e-HRM. Its aim is to define and carry forward the debate in a complex and versatile matter. Future research will continue the process of clarifying and documenting the evolution of e-HRM. In the meantime, however, human resources management researchers, faculty, practitioners, and consultants may find the ideas and experiences offered in this book genuinely helpful and illuminating.
This book is presented in four sections — the first intended to be more general in nature, the following three devoted to specific aspects of the HRM field in the new information era. Section I, The Cutting-Edge in HRM, presents an overview of how ITCs are modifying general HRM processes and functions. Then, in section II, Redesigning HR Administrative Processes, explains how some HRM functions, such as e-recruitment and developing appropriate systems for employee relationships, are being implemented in the knowledge era. Section III, E-Learning Strategies, concentrates on the e-training and e-learning world. Finally in section IV, this book discussing about managing IT and Organizational Changes, discusses the processes for achieving success when implementing IT solutions within organizations.
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