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An Exploratory Study on Electronic Human Resource Management (E-HRM) Tools Implemented in Different Industry in Odisha


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The information technology has changed from management information system to enterprise resource planning and then cloud computing environment. The different organizations are adopting different HR software modules for integrating their HR functions. The present research in its endeavor identifies the extent to which different HR tools are in use in selected organizations in Odisha. This paper also explores difference in use pattern Electronic HRM tools in context.

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e-HRM, e-HRM Tools, ICT, HRIS, Globalisation of e-HRM Practices, e-HRM in Odisha.
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Authors

Monalisha Patel
Sri Sri University, Cuttack, Odisha, India
Sunil Dhal
Sri Sri University, Cuttack, Odisha, India

Abstract


The information technology has changed from management information system to enterprise resource planning and then cloud computing environment. The different organizations are adopting different HR software modules for integrating their HR functions. The present research in its endeavor identifies the extent to which different HR tools are in use in selected organizations in Odisha. This paper also explores difference in use pattern Electronic HRM tools in context.

Keywords


e-HRM, e-HRM Tools, ICT, HRIS, Globalisation of e-HRM Practices, e-HRM in Odisha.

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