International Journal of Academic Research and Development

International Journal of Academic Research and Development


International Journal of Academic Research and Development
International Journal of Academic Research and Development
Vol. 3, Issue 5 (2018)

Electronic human resource management practices in different organisations in India


Tara Jayalakshmi

The evolvement of Technology has developed very significantly boosting up the E-HRM to prove its forte. The HRIS and introduction of intranet to the corporate world proved to be a boon. The oomph factor was on the wheels into corporate world when the computer replaced most of the piles of files works. The management in the corporate was firstly accomplished through the use of web portals. The role of technology got a fine touch when introduced to the business management. So the term E-HRM got birth looking at the involvement into the HR activity within the organization. It’s obvious that the E-HRM tools reduce the manual labor in management of burden of files. Information and communication technology (ICT) has provided leverage for fundamental reconfiguration of services provided by the human resource function, not only in terms of the range of activities that have been automated, but also in the point-of-access for internal stakeholders. Most of dynamic organizations are equipped with different types of tools which facilitates in delivery of HR services. The present research in its endeavor identifies the extent to which different instruments/ tools are in use in selected Indian organizations. This paper also explores difference in use pattern of (electronic human resource management) e-HRM tools in context to private vis-a-vis public and manufacturing/mining vis-a-vis services. It also identifies whether the application of e-HRM tools is same or different for select Indian organizations. Employees’ responses have been compiled through a structured questionnaire consisting of demographic variables and statements regarding use of e-HRM tools. The researcher has used one sample t-test, paired sample t test, and one way ANNOVA as statistical toll for analyzing the result. The study reveals that all the e-HRM tools are not fully utilized in Indian organizations and private organization are ahead of public organizations in application of e-HRM tools similarly services sector is of manufacturing/mining sector in application of e-HRM tools. Among eight select organizations Coal India Ltd is laggard in application of e-HRM tools.
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