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... However, with the evolution of computer technology, meeting this information requirement has been greatly enhanced through the creation of HRIS (Florkowski and Olivas-Luja´n, 2006;Kovach et al., 2002;Shani and Tesone, 2010). According to Kavanagh et al. (2012), HRIS includes hardware and software as well as people, forms, policies, procedures and data. This computerised HRIS consists of a fully integrated organisation wide network of HR-related data, information services, databases and tools that are applied to improve HR administration, transactions and process performance (Kettley and Reilly, 2003;Nel et al., 2008). ...
... HRM generally uses IT in the form of a HRIS. A HRIS is an integrated system that is used to acquire, store, manipulate, retrieve and distribute pertinent information about an organisation's HRs (Hendrickson, 2003;Kavanagh et al., 2012). The HRIS is shaping the integration between HRM and IT (Maguire and Redman, 2007;Ngai and Wat, 2006), merging HRM as a discipline and in particular basic HR activities and processes with the IT field (Dileep, 2010). ...
... However, with the evolution of computer technology, meeting this information requirement has been greatly enhanced through the creation of HRIS (Florkowski and Olivas-Luja´n, 2006;Kovach et al., 2002;Shani and Tesone, 2010). According to Kavanagh et al. (2012), HRIS includes hardware and software as well as people, forms, policies, procedures and data. This computerised HRIS consists of a fully integrated organisation wide network of HR-related data, information services, databases and tools that are applied to improve HR administration, transactions and process performance (Kettley and Reilly, 2003;Nel et al., 2008). ...
... HRM generally uses IT in the form of a HRIS. A HRIS is an integrated system that is used to acquire, store, manipulate, retrieve and distribute pertinent information about an organisation's HRs (Hendrickson, 2003;Kavanagh et al., 2012). The HRIS is shaping the integration between HRM and IT (Maguire and Redman, 2007;Ngai and Wat, 2006), merging HRM as a discipline and in particular basic HR activities and processes with the IT field (Dileep, 2010). ...
... Additionally, Huselid (1995) defines HRM as a collection of policies that are planned to maximize employee commitment. HR exercise or HR activities refer to the HR management tasks, such as recruitment, selection, compensation, knowledge management, performance management, routine bookkeeping activities, benefits administration, training programs, organizational development (Bamberger et al., 2014;Cascio, 2015;Greer et al., 1999;Huselid, 1995;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017;Noe et al., 2017;Shahreki, 2019;Shahreki and Nakanishi, 2016). According to Bratton and Gold (2017), human resource exercise affect organization performances. ...
... However, this paper used the Boselie et al. (2005) HRM outcomes list to serve as a practical tool for investigating the HRM productivity within the HR results. HR exercise can be categorized under three domains such as traditional, transactional, and transformational (Gardner et al., 2003;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017). HR transactional exercise involve the daily transactions that deal mainly with bookkeeping and record keeping such as employee status changes, entering payroll information, and the administration of employee benefits. ...
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This study aims to investigate the effect of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) implementation on Business Process Management (BPM) through examining the relationship among influences of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) on HRM productivity. The current study developed a conceptual model and examined collected data from 187 HR specialists who have access to HRIS in their organizations. Partial Least Squares-Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) analysis was used to test hypotheses and examined data set. The results of this research showed that, applied properly, HRIS-provide HR transformational, transactional and traditional exercise has an important influence on the HRM performance. These results are suitable for competitive organizations in the marketplace that seek enhancement in HRM productivity by HRIS-empowered HR exercise. Consequently, the companies aimed to reconsider and renovate their business methods based on HRM are encouraged by this research to adopt a suitable HRIS, particularly a performance management system (PMS), which is a serious factor in their achievement.
... Additionally, Huselid (1995) defines HRM as a collection of policies that are planned to maximize employee commitment. HR exercise or HR activities refer to the HR management tasks, such as recruitment, selection, compensation, knowledge management, performance management, routine bookkeeping activities, benefits administration, training programs, organizational development (Bamberger et al., 2014;Cascio, 2015;Greer et al., 1999;Huselid, 1995;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017;Noe et al., 2017;Shahreki, 2019;Shahreki and Nakanishi, 2016). According to Bratton and Gold (2017), human resource exercise affect organization performances. ...
... However, this paper used the Boselie et al. (2005) HRM outcomes list to serve as a practical tool for investigating the HRM productivity within the HR results. HR exercise can be categorized under three domains such as traditional, transactional, and transformational (Gardner et al., 2003;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017). HR transactional exercise involve the daily transactions that deal mainly with bookkeeping and record keeping such as employee status changes, entering payroll information, and the administration of employee benefits. ...
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This study aims to investigate the effect of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) implementation on Business Process Management (BPM) through examining the relationship among influences of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) on HRM productivity. The current study developed a conceptual model and examined collected data from 187 HR specialists who have access to HRIS in their organizations. Partial Least Squares-Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) analysis was used to test hypotheses and examined data set. The results of this research showed that, applied properly, HRIS-provide HR transformational, transactional and traditional exercise has an important influence on the HRM performance. These results are suitable for competitive organizations in the marketplace that seek enhancement in HRM productivity by HRIS-empowered HR exercise. Consequently, the companies aimed to reconsider and renovate their business methods based on HRM are encouraged by this research to adopt a suitable HRIS, particularly a performance management system (PMS), which is a serious factor in their achievement.
... Additionally, Huselid (1995) defines HRM as a collection of policies that are planned to maximize employee commitment. HR exercise or HR activities refer to the HR management tasks, such as recruitment, selection, compensation, knowledge management, performance management, routine bookkeeping activities, benefits administration, training programs, organizational development (Bamberger et al., 2014;Cascio, 2015;Greer et al., 1999;Huselid, 1995;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017;Noe et al., 2017;Shahreki, 2019;Shahreki and Nakanishi, 2016). According to Bratton and Gold (2017), human resource exercise affect organization performances. ...
... However, this paper used the Boselie et al. (2005) HRM outcomes list to serve as a practical tool for investigating the HRM productivity within the HR results. HR exercise can be categorized under three domains such as traditional, transactional, and transformational (Gardner et al., 2003;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017). HR transactional exercise involve the daily transactions that deal mainly with bookkeeping and record keeping such as employee status changes, entering payroll information, and the administration of employee benefits. ...
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This study aims to investigate the effect of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) implementation on Business Process Management (BPM) through examining the relationship among influences of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) on HRM productivity. The current study developed a conceptual model and examined collected data from 187 HR specialists who have access to HRIS in their organizations. Partial Least Squares-Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) analysis was used to test hypotheses and examined data set. The results of this research showed that, applied properly, HRIS-provide HR transformational, transactional and traditional exercise has an important influence on the HRM performance. These results are suitable for competitive organizations in the marketplace that seek enhancement in HRM productivity by HRIS-empowered HR exercise. Consequently, the companies aimed to reconsider and renovate their business methods based on HRM are encouraged by this research to adopt a suitable HRIS, particularly a performance management system (PMS), which is a serious factor in their achievement.
... Additionally, Huselid (1995) defines HRM as a collection of policies that are planned to maximize employee commitment. HR exercise or HR activities refer to the HR management tasks, such as recruitment, selection, compensation, knowledge management, performance management, routine bookkeeping activities, benefits administration, training programs, organizational development (Bamberger et al., 2014;Cascio, 2015;Greer et al., 1999;Huselid, 1995;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017;Noe et al., 2017;Shahreki, 2019;Shahreki and Nakanishi, 2016). According to Bratton and Gold (2017), human resource exercise affect organization performances. ...
... However, this paper used the Boselie et al. (2005) HRM outcomes list to serve as a practical tool for investigating the HRM productivity within the HR results. HR exercise can be categorized under three domains such as traditional, transactional, and transformational (Gardner et al., 2003;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017). HR transactional exercise involve the daily transactions that deal mainly with bookkeeping and record keeping such as employee status changes, entering payroll information, and the administration of employee benefits. ...
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This study aims to investigate the effect of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) implementation on Business Process Management (BPM) through examining the relationship among influences of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) on HRM productivity. The current study developed a conceptual model and examined collected data from 187 HR specialists who have access to HRIS in their organizations. Partial Least Squares-Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) analysis was used to test hypotheses and examined data set. The results of this research showed that, applied properly, HRIS-provide HR transformational, transactional and traditional exercise has an important influence on the HRM performance. These results are suitable for competitive organizations in the marketplace that seek enhancement in HRM productivity by HRIS-empowered HR exercise. Consequently, the companies aimed to reconsider and renovate their business methods based on HRM are encouraged by this research to adopt a suitable HRIS, particularly a performance management system (PMS), which is a serious factor in their achievement.
... Additionally, Huselid (1995) defines HRM as a collection of policies that are planned to maximize employee commitment. HR exercise or HR activities refer to the HR management tasks, such as recruitment, selection, compensation, knowledge management, performance management, routine bookkeeping activities, benefits administration, training programs, organizational development ( Bamberger et al., 2014;Cascio, 2015;Greer et al., 1999;Huselid, 1995;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017;Noe et al., 2017;Shahreki, 2019;Shahreki and Nakanishi, 2016). According to Bratton and Gold (2017), human resource exercise affect organization performances. ...
... However, this paper used the Boselie et al. (2005) HRM outcomes list to serve as a practical tool for investigating the HRM productivity within the HR results. HR exercise can be categorized under three domains such as traditional, transactional, and transformational ( Gardner et al., 2003;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017). HR transactional exercise involve the daily transactions that deal mainly with bookkeeping and record keeping such as employee status changes, entering payroll information, and the administration of employee benefits. ...
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This study aims to investigate the effect of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) implementation on Business Process Management (BPM) through examining the relationship among influences of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) on HRM productivity. The current study developed a conceptual model and examined collected data from 187 HR specialists who have access to HRIS in their organizations. Partial Least Squares-Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) analysis was used to test hypotheses and examined data set. The results of this research showed that, applied properly, HRIS-provide HR transformational, transactional and traditional exercise has an important influence on the HRM performance. These results are suitable for competitive organizations in the marketplace that seek enhancement in HRM productivity by HRIS-empowered HR exercise. Consequently, the companies aimed to reconsider and renovate their business methods based on HRM are encouraged by this research to adopt a suitable HRIS, particularly a performance management system (PMS), which is a serious factor in their achievement.
... Additionally, Huselid (1995) defines HRM as a collection of policies that are planned to maximize employee commitment. HR exercise or HR activities refer to the HR management tasks, such as recruitment, selection, compensation, knowledge management, performance management, routine bookkeeping activities, benefits administration, training programs, organizational development ( Bamberger et al., 2014;Cascio, 2015;Greer et al., 1999;Huselid, 1995;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017;Noe et al., 2017;Shahreki, 2019;Shahreki and Nakanishi, 2016). According to Bratton and Gold (2017), human resource exercise affect organization performances. ...
... However, this paper used the Boselie et al. (2005) HRM outcomes list to serve as a practical tool for investigating the HRM productivity within the HR results. HR exercise can be categorized under three domains such as traditional, transactional, and transformational ( Gardner et al., 2003;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017). HR transactional exercise involve the daily transactions that deal mainly with bookkeeping and record keeping such as employee status changes, entering payroll information, and the administration of employee benefits. ...
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This study aims to investigate the effect of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) implementation on Business Process Management (BPM) through examining the relationship among influences of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) on HRM productivity. The current study developed a conceptual model and examined collected data from 187 HR specialists who have access to HRIS in their organizations. Partial Least Squares-Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) analysis was used to test hypotheses and examined data set. The results of this research showed that, applied properly, HRIS-provide HR transformational, transactional and traditional exercise has an important influence on the HRM performance. These results are suitable for competitive organizations in the marketplace that seek enhancement in HRM productivity by HRIS-empowered HR exercise. Consequently, the companies aimed to reconsider and renovate their business methods based on HRM are encouraged by this research to adopt a suitable HRIS, particularly a performance management system (PMS), which is a serious factor in their achievement.
... Additionally, Huselid (1995) defines HRM as a collection of policies that are planned to maximize employee commitment. HR exercise or HR activities refer to the HR management tasks, such as recruitment, selection, compensation, knowledge management, performance management, routine bookkeeping activities, benefits administration, training programs, organizational development (Bamberger et al., 2014;Cascio, 2015;Greer et al., 1999;Huselid, 1995;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017;Noe et al., 2017;Shahreki, 2019;Shahreki and Nakanishi, 2016). According to Bratton and Gold (2017), human resource exercise affect organization performances. ...
... However, this paper used the Boselie et al. (2005) HRM outcomes list to serve as a practical tool for investigating the HRM productivity within the HR results. HR exercise can be categorized under three domains such as traditional, transactional, and transformational (Gardner et al., 2003;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017). HR transactional exercise involve the daily transactions that deal mainly with bookkeeping and record keeping such as employee status changes, entering payroll information, and the administration of employee benefits. ...
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This study aims to investigate the effect of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) implementation on Business Process Management (BPM) through examining the relationship among influences of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) on HRM productivity. The current study developed a conceptual model and examined collected data from 187 HR specialists who have access to HRIS in their organizations. Partial Least Squares-Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) analysis was used to test hypotheses and examined data set. The results of this research showed that, applied properly, HRIS-provide HR transformational, transactional and traditional exercise has an important influence on the HRM performance. These results are suitable for competitive organizations in the marketplace that seek enhancement in HRM productivity by HRIS-empowered HR exercise. Consequently, the companies aimed to reconsider and renovate their business methods based on HRM are encouraged by this research to adopt a suitable HRIS, particularly a performance management system (PMS), which is a serious factor in their achievement.
... Additionally, Huselid (1995) defines HRM as a collection of policies that are planned to maximize employee commitment. HR exercise or HR activities refer to the HR management tasks, such as recruitment, selection, compensation, knowledge management, performance management, routine bookkeeping activities, benefits administration, training programs, organizational development (Bamberger et al., 2014;Cascio, 2015;Greer et al., 1999;Huselid, 1995;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017;Noe et al., 2017;Shahreki, 2019;Shahreki and Nakanishi, 2016). According to Bratton and Gold (2017), human resource exercise affect organization performances. ...
... However, this paper used the Boselie et al. (2005) HRM outcomes list to serve as a practical tool for investigating the HRM productivity within the HR results. HR exercise can be categorized under three domains such as traditional, transactional, and transformational (Gardner et al., 2003;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017). HR transactional exercise involve the daily transactions that deal mainly with bookkeeping and record keeping such as employee status changes, entering payroll information, and the administration of employee benefits. ...
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This study aims to investigate the effect of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) implementation on Business Process Management (BPM) through examining the relationship among influences of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) on HRM productivity. The current study developed a conceptual model and examined collected data from 187 HR specialists who have access to HRIS in their organizations. Partial Least Squares-Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) analysis was used to test hypotheses and examined data set. The results of this research showed that, applied properly, HRIS-provide HR transformational, transactional and traditional exercise has an important influence on the HRM performance. These results are suitable for competitive organizations in the marketplace that seek enhancement in HRM productivity by HRIS-empowered HR exercise. Consequently, the companies aimed to reconsider and renovate their business methods based on HRM are encouraged by this research to adopt a suitable HRIS, particularly a performance management system (PMS), which is a serious factor in their achievement.
... Additionally, Huselid (1995) defines HRM as a collection of policies that are planned to maximize employee commitment. HR exercise or HR activities refer to the HR management tasks, such as recruitment, selection, compensation, knowledge management, performance management, routine bookkeeping activities, benefits administration, training programs, organizational development (Bamberger et al., 2014;Cascio, 2015;Greer et al., 1999;Huselid, 1995;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017;Noe et al., 2017;Shahreki, 2019;Shahreki and Nakanishi, 2016). According to Bratton and Gold (2017), human resource exercise affect organization performances. ...
... However, this paper used the Boselie et al. (2005) HRM outcomes list to serve as a practical tool for investigating the HRM productivity within the HR results. HR exercise can be categorized under three domains such as traditional, transactional, and transformational (Gardner et al., 2003;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017). HR transactional exercise involve the daily transactions that deal mainly with bookkeeping and record keeping such as employee status changes, entering payroll information, and the administration of employee benefits. ...
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This study aims to investigate the effect of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) implementation on Business Process Management (BPM) through examining the relationship among influences of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) on HRM productivity. The current study developed a conceptual model and examined collected data from 187 HR specialists who have access to HRIS in their organizations. Partial Least Squares-Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) analysis was used to test hypotheses and examined data set. The results of this research showed that, applied properly, HRIS-provide HR transformational, transactional and traditional exercise has an important influence on the HRM performance. These results are suitable for competitive organizations in the marketplace that seek enhancement in HRM productivity by HRIS-empowered HR exercise. Consequently, the companies aimed to reconsider and renovate their business methods based on HRM are encouraged by this research to adopt a suitable HRIS, particularly a performance management system (PMS), which is a serious factor in their achievement.
... Additionally, Huselid (1995) defines HRM as a collection of policies that are planned to maximize employee commitment. HR exercise or HR activities refer to the HR management tasks, such as recruitment, selection, compensation, knowledge management, performance management, routine bookkeeping activities, benefits administration, training programs, organizational development (Bamberger et al., 2014;Cascio, 2015;Greer et al., 1999;Huselid, 1995;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017;Noe et al., 2017;Shahreki, 2019;Shahreki and Nakanishi, 2016). According to Bratton and Gold (2017), human resource exercise affect organization performances. ...
... However, this paper used the Boselie et al. (2005) HRM outcomes list to serve as a practical tool for investigating the HRM productivity within the HR results. HR exercise can be categorized under three domains such as traditional, transactional, and transformational (Gardner et al., 2003;Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017). HR transactional exercise involve the daily transactions that deal mainly with bookkeeping and record keeping such as employee status changes, entering payroll information, and the administration of employee benefits. ...
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This study aims to investigate the effect of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) implementation on Business Process Management (BPM) through examining the relationship among influences of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) on HRM productivity. The current study developed a conceptual model and examined collected data from 187 HR specialists who have access to HRIS in their organizations. Partial Least Squares-Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) analysis was used to test hypotheses and examined data set. The results of this research showed that, applied properly, HRIS-provide HR transformational, transactional and traditional exercise has an important influence on the HRM performance. These results are suitable for competitive organizations in the marketplace that seek enhancement in HRM productivity by HRIS-empowered HR exercise. Consequently, the companies aimed to reconsider and renovate their business methods based on HRM are encouraged by this research to adopt a suitable HRIS, particularly a performance management system (PMS), which is a serious factor in their achievement.
... According to research done by Ball (2001), 60 per cent of Fortune 500 organisations used the HRIS to support everyday human resource management (HRM) activities in the late 1990s. HRIS-using firms have been found to have a competitive edge over non-HRIS-using enterprises (Kavanagh and Thite, 2009). Rawat (2008) also claims that today's higher education institutions are faced with a big challenge: enhancing learning environments while lowering administrative operational expenses. ...
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... However, despite its quick start, the HRM function has been the last to get automated. The reasons were data intensiveness and complexity, since HRIS has been very difficult to develop and implement, as compared to accounting and supply chain systems (Kavanagh and Johnson, 2017). Therefore, it is only recently that larger organizations have implemented HR systems and started e-recruitment, performance appraisal applications, employee information management, training services, succession planning, and many more (Nankervis et al., 2021). ...
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... Scientists have pointed out that (Griggs et al., 2015) human resources (HR) education is very important for successful implementation of innovations. Different opinions on research of information technologies application in human resources management are prevailing in the world of science (Analoui, 2007;Kavanagh, Thite, 2009;Bondarouk, Furtmueller, 2012;Altmann, Engberg, 2015;Katou, 2015; and others). ...
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... These new systems have enabled HR professionals to better focus on HR strategy (Ahmed & Ogalo, 2019;Khan et al., 2017;Gueutal & Stone, 2005) since their administrative burden in the field is reduced to a greater extent (Stone & Dulebohn, 2013). These new systems are expected to enhance HR efficiency (Bondarouk, Parry & Furtmueller, 2017) and reduce organizational costs (Findikkli & Bayarcelik, 2015;Kavanagh, Thite & Johnson, 2011). ...
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... Additionally, the HRIS has a unique feature, in that it enables companies in encouraging, appealing, and retaining workforces, which are vital factors in eradicating competition from other organizations, in attracting as well as retain gifted and experienced workers (Kavanagh, Thite and Johnson, 2017;Kolatshi, 2017). Besides, Keenan (2020) stated that the HRIS backs the interaction, communication, and service aim based on HR procedures such as, e-learning, e-recruiting, and e-benefits. ...
... More specifically, transformational e-HRM includes "an integrated set of policies and practices developed to execute the company's implicit or explicit business strategy through the management of the firm's human capital" (Poisat & Mey, 2017, p. a862). The scope of transformational e-HRM, therefore, comprises such activities as internal staffing, organizational development, talent management, and learning (Thite & Kavanagh, 2009;Wirtky et al., 2016). As this article focuses on how employees can be mobilized in function of strategic organizational objectives (Poisat & Mey, 2017), and through e-HRM systems that hold the potential to transform the HRM function (Ruël et al., 2004), it is on this transformational goal of e-HRM that our focus lies. ...
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... We gathered 298 descriptive and predictive HR analyses and assigned them to the appropriate decisions. A total of 202 are selected from the academic and professional literature (e.g., Bassi et al. 2010, Becker et al. 2001, Boudreau 2010, Cascio & Boudreau 2011, Davenport et al. 2010, Fitz-enz 2010, Fitz-enz & Davison 2001, Infohrm 2010, Kavanagh & Thite 2009, SilkRoad 2012, Smith 2013) and the others from past consulting projects and suggestions provided by the HR analysts interviewed for this research. Fig. 5 counts the number of analyses belonging to each HR process. ...
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