e-HRM is becoming prevalent in HRM and it is increasingly used as an analytical tool that can empower HR departments and enhance their contribution to the overall business. In the last decade, many new e-HRM systems and applications have been developed. Promises of efficiency, access to HR data, reporting functions as well as contributions to the overall business strategy, among others, are seducing HR managers into increasingly adopting and using a range of e-HRM applications and modules. Although most organisations have been using some form of e-HRM, they are now faced with a variety of new e-HRM applications, modules and vendors. The focus in this paper is on the challenges that HR mangers face in using e-HRM and achieving e-HRM outputs. Interviews with five HR managers in Australian organisations, conducted as part of a larger research project: The role of e-HRM in developing HRM competencies, are analysed and discussed in this paper.
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Event||6th International e-HRM Conference - University of Twente, Enschede , Netherlands|
Duration: 27 Oct 2016 → 28 Oct 2016
|Conference||6th International e-HRM Conference|
|Period||27/10/16 → 28/10/16|