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HRM activities using IT Enabled systems: Case study- Reliance Industries

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Introduction:
The use of technology within human resource management has grown considerably over the last decade with the majority of organizations now using some form of HR information system (HRIS). For instance, in Europe, Watson-Wyatt (2002) found that 70% of the organizations surveyed used the Internet or Intranet to deliver HR services to employees with most respondents planning to enhance substantially their e-HR capabilities over the two years after the survey. In the UK alone, survey research by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development in 2005 showed that 77% of organizations used an HRIS. Research from Cranfield School of Management in 2003 found an even higher proportion of companies using HRIS at 82%. An HRIS can perform a number of functions from the simple storage and communication of information, to more complex transactions. As technology advances, the range of functions that an HRIS can undertake increases. The use of HRIS can provide a number of benefits to the HR function, line managers, and the wider organization. On one level, the use of technology has been shown to lead to faster, more accurate and more efficient processes, and reduced HR costs. Technology can also be used to provide HR information and to enable managers and employees to perform simple HR tasks themselves. On another level, the use of HRIS to reduce the administrative and transactional burden on the HR function can lead to a change in the structure of HR and allow the function to play a more strategic role in the organization. The reasons behind an organizationís introduction of an HRIS may vary considerably from the need to facilitate efficient processes or cut costs, to improve communication and customer service, or the desire to create a shift in the role of the HR function from one that is mainly administrative to one that is more strategic. This chapter will discuss the potential impacts of technology on HRM in terms of the possible rationale behind the introduction of an HRIS. The chapter will draw on the past literature on HRIS as well as on case study research conducted in conjunction with the Reliance Industries to examine the possible components of a business case for HR and IT systems and the benefits that such systems can potentially offer to an organization.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 56
Package Includes: Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2: COMPANY PROFILE
CHAPTER 3: REVIEW OF LITERATURE
CHAPTER 3: REVIEW OF LITERATURE
CHAPTER 4: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Research Paradigm
RESEARCH DESIGN
DATA SOURCE
SAMPLING UNIT
SAMPLING SIZE
SAMPLING TYPE
TOOLS OF ANALYSIS
CHAPTER 5: DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
FINDINGS
CONCLUSION
RECOMMENDATIONS
LIMITATIONS
QUESTIONNAIRE
QUESTIONNAIRE
REFERENCES


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