A Review of Human Resource Information Systems (HRISs) in Organizations

Moussa, M 2014, 'A Review of Human Resource Information Systems (HRISs) in Organizations', SIU Journal of Management, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 1-34.

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Title A Review of Human Resource Information Systems (HRISs) in Organizations
Author(s) Moussa, M
Year 2014
Journal name SIU Journal of Management
Volume number 4
Issue number 1
Start page 1
End page 34
Total pages 34
Publisher SIU Journal of Management
Abstract It is never worthless to invest in training and educating employees in human resource (HR) departments in the area of information technology (IT). The reasons behind this include: (a) organizations around the globe have HR-related information needs and (b) IT issues have become increasingly relevant to business endurance. HR information systems (HRIS) can be a strategic resource and a powerful tool in the hands of decision makers. Alternatively, it can also be a burden and waste of human and non-human resources in organizations. This paper includes a general overview of HRIS, automated performance management and human resource tasks, eHR or technology in human resource management and HRIS challenges related to technology. Finally, the author presents some implications for practitioners and recommendations for future studies. This paper is intended to allow researchers to expand their understanding of fundamental features and characteristics relevant to effective HRIS in organizations. In addition, the paper is intended to support practitioners in highlighting critical issues necessary for the successful implementation of HRIS. Although the paper is narrative or descriptive in nature and non-statistical, it can be used to enhance the understanding of HRIS patterns in organizations.
Subject Human Resources Management
Keyword(s) employee
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