Encyclopedia of Human Resources Information Systems: Challenges in e-HRM, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1599048841
  • ISBN-13: 9781599048840
  • DDC: 658.300285
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 909 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2008 | Published/Released July 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2008

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Analyzes key critical HR variables and defines previously undiscovered issues in the HR field.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Contributors.
Acknowledgment of Reviewers.
About the Editors.
1: Achieving High Performance Outcomes through Trust in Virtual Teams.
2: An Activity Theory View of E-HR and Open Source.
3: Addressing Global Labor Needs Using E Training.
4: An Adoption and Diffusion Perspective on HRIS Usage.
5: Adoption and Success of E-HRM in European Firms.
6: Adoption of E-HRM in Large New Zealand Organizations.
7: Andragogy and Pedagogy in Learning Theories.
8: Approaches and Concepts to Restructuring Human Resources Management Functions.
9: Assessing Information Technology Capability versus Human Resource Information System Utilization.
10: Assessing the Impact of Mobile Technologies on Work-Life Balance.
11: Assessing the Use of Internet in the Recruiting Process.
12: B2E Relationships, Intranets, and Competency Management.
13: Basics to Develop Web Services for Human Resources.
14: Benchmarking Human Resource Information Systems.
15: The Benefits of Home-Based Working's Flexibility.
16: The Benefits of Using Technology in Human Resource Management.
17: Business, Information Technology, and Human Resource Strategy Alignment.
18: Challenges of Simulation in Management Development.
19: Collaboration Intricacies of Web 2.0 for Training Human Resource Managers.
20: Collaborative Technologies, Applications, and Uses.
21: Communities of Practice.
22: Competency Management Information Systems.
23: Conception, Categorization, and Impact of HR-Relevant Virtual Communities.
24: Concepts and Challenges of E-Leadership.
25: Concepts, Technology, and Applications in E-Mentoring.
26: Conceptualization and Evolution of Learning Organizations.
27: Conflict Resolution in E-HRM Environments.
28: Consequences and Strategic Implications of Networked Enterprise and Human Resources.
29: Considering Call Center Developments in E-HRM.
30: A Contingency Perspective on the Implementation of E-Performance Management.
31: Contributions of Social Capital Theory to HRM.
32: A Corporate Social Capital View on E-HRM Implementation.
33: Curricula Frameworks for an E-Learning Catalog.
34: Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence Systems in the Context of E-HRM.
35: Developing an Innovative Curriculum to Prepare Networking Professionals for the Global Marketplace.
36: Developments, Controversies, and Applications of Ergonomics.
37: The Diffusion of HRITs Across English-Speaking Countries.
38: E-Communication in the Information Society and the Impact of New Technologies on Employee Communication.
39: Effective Leadership in Virtual-Like Organizational Arrangements.
40: Efficiency of Electronic Recruiting Methods.
41: E-Government and E-HRM in the Public Sector.
42: E-HRM as a Reality in Virtual World.
43: E-HRM Challenges and Opportunities.
44: E-HRM in Competence Recognition and Management.
45: An E-HRM Perspective on Motivation.
46: Electronic Employee Performance Management (EPM) Systems.
47: Electronic Monitoring in the Workplace.
48: Employee Incentives and Retention for an E-World.
49: Employees and Corporate Social Performance.
50: Employer Brand Image Review and Future Strategies.
51: An Employer-Employee Relationship Perspective on Rewards, Challenges, and Systems.
52: Enterprise Alignment and the Challenge for Organization Development.
53: E-Recruitment in Emerging Economies.
54: E-Resourcing as an Effective Function of E-HRM Performance Linkage Models.
55: E-Training in Ethical Behavior.
56: Expediting Personalized Just-in-Time Training with E-Learning Management Systems.
57: An Exploration of the Perceived Value of Information Technology Certification between Information Technology and Human Resources Professionals.
58: Exploring the Link between Flexible Work and Organizational Performance.
59: Exploring the Relation between the Use of HRIS and their Implementation in Spanish Firms.
60: Extending Relationship Marketing to Human Resources Management Using the CaRM Approach to Personnel Recruitment.
61: Group Support Systems as Tools for HR Decision Making.
62: High Performance IT as Strategic Partner for HR Management.
63: HR Portals as Tools for Relational Resources Management.
64: HRIS as Drivers to Introduce Total Quality in HRM.
65: Human Capital Management for Sustainable Competitive Advantage in the New Economy.
66: The Human Resource Implications of Computers.
67: Human Resources as Manager of the Human Imprint.
68: Human Resources in the Balanced Scorecard System.
69: Human Resources Information Systems Role in Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Compliance.
70: Human Resources Outsourcing Strategies.
71: Human Resources Strategies for Fair and Legal Employee Selection.
72: Human-Computer Interaction: A Human Resources Perspective.