JEENA MOL STEPHEN, Ancy A.Y, Jijitha A.Joseph
E-HRM , E-recruitment, E-learning, E- performance
Electronic Human Resource Management has brought about a huge shift in the way the HRM practice functions. A number of Companies across the globe are working towards digitizing and automating their HR practices such as recruitment, learning & development, performance management, compensation, reward and recognition by adopting various software applications. Through this study an effort was made to analyze the effectiveness of E-HRM from multidimensional perspective i.e. e-recruitment, e-learning, e-performance management, e-payroll management, e-rewards and recognition and e-self-service, these being the six core dimensions of E-HRM considered for the study. Globalization along with the technological advances made by Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), especially the Internet, has led the human resource management to undergo a radical change in terms of its concepts, policies, strategies and practices. Different aspects of administrative work in various organizations have been replaced by IT. In order to meet the varying demands and challenges of HRM, organizations adopt E-HRM or digital HRM, which are both used interchangeably. The electronic management of human resources provides the organizations with the procedures, decisions, relationships and structures required to exercise the various HR management functions within the organization. The current study has been conducted to examine the effectiveness of E-HRM practices and employee productivity HR process and hence the research study was both exploratory and descriptive in nature. Individuals employed in the senior, middle and entry level positions along with the CHRO’s (chief human resource officers) in the IT and ITES based companies in Tecknopark constituted the sample frame for the present study Questionnaire was adopted as the research instrument for collecting primary data for the study. The collected data was subjected to statistical analysis including frequency analysis, SEM to make meaningful inferences. Analysis of the data showed that E-HRM practices like e-payroll process, e-employee selfservice, e-hiring, e-performance management, e-rewards, e-learning and development have a significant impact on the performance of the organiza
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 6

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