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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Influence Of IT Infrastructure And IT Expertise On E-HRM Adoption

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V. Subhashree, Dr. Vasantha



Administrative process, Digital opportunities, e-HRM, IT infrastructure, IT expertise, Information and communication Technologies, virtual work environment.



The present scenario has entirely been influenced by IT, which is inspiring the processes of HR and HRM departments. Digital opportunities are given the place of old methods of performing services of HRM inside the business organisations and public organisations. Routine tasks of the organisation have been enabled in innovative ways through the power of virtual work environment by Information and communication Technologies(ICT).In earlier 1980s HR functions are performed with the help of IT for administrative processes, preliminary pay roll functions, through additional attention heads to transformational HR practices(DeSanctis 1986). The collaboration between Human Resource and IT results in automation of tedious and time-consuming tasks in HR by speeding up transaction processing, and by decreasing information errors. It enhances the tracking and control of HR actions. (Bondarouk et al., 2009). Previous literature reviews provide adequate ideas about the factors which influence the attitude towards e-HRM adoption. Among many aspects, IT infrastructure of the company and IT expertise of employees are most influencing factors towards adoption of e-HRM in an organisation.



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