Role of Information Technology in HRM: Opportunities and Challenges

CIO Review|November 22, 2016

Role of Information Technology in HRM: Opportunities and Challenges

Innovation in this digital era has shot up over all vital business exercises. This article envisions the role of IT in real-time measurements of the HRM capacity. It additionally concentrates on the opportunities and difficulties confronted by the organizations in actualizing IT crosswise over HRM work. A few basic zones of HR capacity are additionally highlighted where IT has been executed effectively by different organizations.

Sudhakar Kannan


HRM depicts a procedure of overseeing and using the employees of the organizations. It involves varied functions, including enrollment and choice of appropriate candidates, providing opportunities to enhance their KSA (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities), evaluating their skills and fixing appropriate pay packages, promotion and incentive procedures, guiding in overall professional success, and in relieving the employees from the company. Essentially there are three sorts of e-HRM, i.e. operational, social and transformational e-HRM. Operational relates with the managerial elements of HR division, social relates with giving data to the representatives and making virtual relationship among them so they can be constantly associated, while transformational e-HRM centers over the key introduction of the HR work. It connects the HR work with business system to accomplish the objectives adequately and productively. It also enables overseeing and sharing the information over virtual systems.

Significance of using technology in HRM


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November 22, 2016