THE ROLE OF E-HRM PRACTICES IN INCREASING ETHICAL CONDUCT AMONG HR PRACTITIONERS WITHIN FOOD MANUFACTURING SECTOR IN JORDAN
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 894-910
Abstract- In the midst of technological developments, interest in human resources has begun to increase in contemporary organizations, and it has become an urgent necessity to impose itself on organizations in activating the role of human resources management as the authority responsible for workforce affairs and caring and organizing employees' issues. Knowledge management ideas have evolved in the past few years as the primary source of training and competitive advantages of organizations in the era of the knowledge economy which led to the appearance of electronic management of human resources (e-RHM). Current study aimed at examining the influence of E-HRM practices on sustaining the ethical conduct among HR practitioners within food manufacturing sector in Jordan. A convenient sample of (57) HR manager and practitioners was exposed to a questionnaire in order to gather the needed data. Depending on SPSS, results of study accepted the main hypothesis and confirmed that E-HRM practices have a positive influence on the ethical conduct of HR managers and practitioners. It also appeared through the study that e-performance and e-learning was the most influential variables of eHRM as they increase the feelings of equality and justice among employees; increase their loyalty to their organization and leading to more ethical stream in their approach of thinking. Study recommended emphasizing that training and development was created to enhance the culture of the organization and emphasize its social and ethical aspects, thereby making the organization a homogeneous cultural fabric in which it promotes ethical and behavioral practices in a coherent manner with E-HRM practices.
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