The Brave New World of e-HR

 

The Brave New World of e-HR 
Author Hal Gueutal (Editor), Dianna L. Stone (Editor), Eduardo Salas (Foreword)
Title The Brave New World of e-HR
Subtitle Human Resources in the Digital Age
Category Social Media& Technology
           
ISBN/ EAN
0787973386 / 978-0787973384  
Publisher Pfeiffer
Country USA
Published 08-Mar-2005
No of Pages 352


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Summary

We are surrounded by technology. It is in our day to day activities such as banking, shopping, flying, entertainment and communications. It is part of our everyday life and we are continuously surrounded by it. Its impact and influence is so powerful that it shapes our lives. It is even proven on a daily basis that organisations are dependent on technology to effectively manage not only their marketing, sales and production, but also for their most critical assets - employees.

A book with significant resources, “The Brave New World of eHR: Human Resources in the Digital Age” is compiled with the most current information and practical advice on eHR for all HR professionals. Written by subject matter experts it offers an overview of the main technological trends in eHR and shows how to use technology to improve organisational effectiveness.

Although comprehensive in scope, the book consists of a variety of topics. These include the transformation of HR manual processes to sophisticated Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) systems, investigation of the possible advantages and disadvantages of using eHR to manage employee performance, a study of the effectiveness of online strategies for attracting talent and many more.

The “Brave New World of eHR” translates theory into practice and suggests valuable ways for practitioners to identify problems and actively change and manage effective eHR systems.

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Contributed by: Olympia Fantis