Handbook of Research on E-Transformation and Human Resources Management Technologies: Organizational Outcomes and Challenges, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1605663050
  • ISBN-13: 9781605663050
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 490 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2009 | Published/Released July 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2009

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Overview

Provides practical, situated, and unique knowledge on innovative e-HRM technologies and expands on theoretical conceptualizations of e-HRM.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Reviewers.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgment.
1: e-HRM Transformation and Strategic HRM.
2: Making Sense of e-HRM: Transformation, Technology and Power Relations.
3: HR Portal: A Tool for Contingent and Individualized HRM.
4: E-Work and Labor Processes Transformation.
5: User Involvement and User Participation.
6: Early User Involvement and Participation in Employee Self-Service Application Deployment: Theory and Evidence from Four Dutch Governmental Cases.
7: Does User Centered Design, Coherent with Global Corporate Strategy, Encourage Development of Human Resource Intranet Use?.
8: In-House vs. Off-the-Shelf e-HRM Applications.
9: Adaptive Municipal Electronic Forms.
10: e-HRM in Multinational Companies.
11: HRIS Project Teams Skills and Knowledge: A Human Capital Analysis.
12: IT-Based Integration of HRM in a Foreign MNC Subsidiary: A Micro-Political Perspective.
13: Studying Human Resource Information Systems Implementation Using Adaptive Structuration Theory: The Case of an HRIS Implementation at Dow Chemical Company.
14: E-Recruitment and National Culture.
15: Applicant Information and Selection Strategies in Corporate Web Site Recruiting: The Role of National Culture.
16: What Is the Potential of E-Recruitment to Transform the Recruitment Process and the Role of the Resourcing Team?.
17: The Role of National Culture on E-Recruitment in India and Mexico.
18: Modeling and Designing e-HRM Architectures.
19: Modeling Human Resources in the Emergent Organization.
20: Utilizing the Lead User Method for Promoting Innovation in E-Recruiting.
21: What Makes the Difference? Introducing an Integrated Information System Architecture for Employer Branding and Recruiting.
22: The Enrichment of the HR Intranet Linked to the Regulation's Processes Between HR Actors.
23: e-HRM Use and Performance Improvement.
24: Exploring Perceptions about the Use of e-HRM Tools in Medium Sized Organizations.
25: Perceived Performance of the Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) and Perceived Performance of the Management of Human Resources (HRM).
26: Employee Life-Cycle Process Management Improvement with Web-Enabled Workflow Systems.
27: Extended e-HRM Topics.
28: Information Technologies' Impact on Individual Learning Process: The Case of a Community of Practice.
29: What Are the Main Impacts of Internet and Information and Communication Technology on Unions and Trade Unionism? An Exploratory Research in Europe and North America.
30: Coordination of Virtual Teams: From Trust to Control.
31: Information Overload in the New World of Work: Qualitative Study Into the Reasons and Countermeasures.
32: HR Shared Service Centers: From Brand Management Towards Success.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.
Index.