Human Resource Management (HRM of HR) executives are feeling pressured by the threat of a new development in recent years: Electronic Human Resource Management systems, also known as E-HRM. Consultants and other experts purport that this phenomenon will decrease the number of HRM employees, reduce costs, and stimulate a more strategic approach by HRM departments. Is E-HRM really a 'threat' or will the service to management and employees actually improve with E-HRM?This book will help strategic management consultants, HRM professionals, and HRM researchers to learn more about the goals, types, and consequences of E-HRM.
|Place of Publication||Utrecht|
|Number of pages||116|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|