Information Technology Impact On Human Resource Management From Growth And Effectiveness Points Of View
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 1959-1966
AbstractExtensive developments in information technology have led to major changes in various areas of human life. Since the advent of the Internet in the 1990s, many business tasks have changed. After dealing with issues such as accounting, investment and marketing problems, many organizations have turned their attention to finding a better way to monitor their human resource management. Many organizations have changed the tasks of human resource management from conventional work methods to mechanized methods. Computers have made the task of analyzing vast amounts of human resources a simple task for human resources. Hardware, software, and databases help organizations better and more easily market human resource information. Many organizations have changed the tasks of human resource management from conventional work methods to mechanized methods. Computers have made the task of analyzing vast amounts of human resources a simple task for human resources. Hardware, software, and databases help organizations better and more easily market human resource information. With the vast changes in the business world today, we need better, faster, smarter, and more intelligent human resource management strategies to reduce administrative costs and speed up service delivery. For many years, human resource management was limited to day-to-day administrative activities such as recruitment, selection, and training that spent all the energy and time of human resource professionals. Human resource departments have often been so preoccupied with activities that they no longer have time for value-added activities for the organization, such as knowledge management, culture management, revision, and strategic reorganization. For a long time, human resource management in organizations has been involved performed second-class organizational tasks, And Organizational tasks and processes were not effectively managed as well as there was no measurement of value-added and worthless tasks and that last things is that the new technologies were not properly used in the organization. Due to widespread changes in all areas of the organization created by the use of information technology, human resource management duties have also been affected. Interaction between human resource specialists and specialists in other fields is widely done using information technology systems within the organization or even outside the organization. Extensive electronic human resource services are shaping up major changes in the human resources departments of organizations.
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