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Human resources information systems impact on the performance of human resources management in organizations: Field study


Abdullah Alwehabie

Qassim University, Saudi Arabia


Abstract

Research paper aims to examine and determine the impact of human resources information systems (quantity, time, flexibility) in the performance of human resources management (planning, implementation, evaluation, development), as well as to determine the level of importance of these variables in government organizations, where the paper has been divided to four parts included the first methodology and objectives, the second presentation of the literature research paper and the discussion and analysis of the results of the study, and the fourth most important researcher presented findings and recommendations on the subject of this paper. The researcher also harmonize and develop a questionnaire distributed to (30) at various administrative levels. Accordingly, the study found the following results:

1. Low interest government organizations in the development of human resources information systems to obtain information useful for upgrading the performance of human resources management.

2. Poor attention to the application of the principles of modern management in human resources due to weakness in relying on the output of the human resources information system.

3. The low level of interest in the output of the human resources information system in organizations.

4. The low level of performance of human resources management in organizations.

5. There is no statistically significant effect of the characteristics of the human resources information system in organizations which means lack of hypothesis.

Keywords: information system, human resources, management of human resources information systems.



Citation: Alwehabie, A. (2014). Human resources information systems impact on the performance of human resources management in organizations: Field study. Open Science Repository Business Administration, Online(open-access), e23050493. doi:10.7392/openaccess.23050493

Received: February 1, 2014

Published: February 8, 2014

Copyright: © 2014 Alwehabie, A. Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Contact: research@open-science-repository.com



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Alwehabie, A. (2014). Human resources information systems impact on the performance of human resources management in organizations: Field study. Open Science Repository Business Administration, Online(open-access), e23050493. doi:10.7392/openaccess.23050493

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Alwehabie, Abdullah. “Human Resources Information Systems Impact on the Performance of Human Resources Management in Organizations: Field Study.” Open Science Repository Business Administration Online.open-access (2014): e23050493.

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Alwehabie, Abdullah. “Human Resources Information Systems Impact on the Performance of Human Resources Management in Organizations: Field Study.” Open Science Repository Business Administration Online, no. open-access (February 08, 2014): e23050493. doi:10.7392/openaccess.23050493.

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Alwehabie, A., 2014. Human resources information systems impact on the performance of human resources management in organizations: Field study. Open Science Repository Business Administration, Online(open-access), p.e23050493. Available at: http://www.open-science-repository.com/business-administration-23050493.html.

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1. A. Alwehabie, Human resources information systems impact on the performance of human resources management in organizations: Field study, Open Sci. Repos. Bus. Adm. Online, e23050493 (2014).

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1. Alwehabie, A. Human resources information systems impact on the performance of human resources management in organizations: Field study. Open Sci. Repos. Bus. Adm. Online, e23050493 (2014).


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