Information Technology Systems in the Human Resource Management Area

  • Hilla Peretz


In an era striving for excellence, human resource management (HRM) has become a crucial source of competitiveness (Peretz & Fried, 2012). An important development in improving the effectiveness of HR in organizations is the incorporation of information technology systems for the purposes of collecting, organizing and disseminating HRM-related information to users and decision-makers (Lin, 1998; Ngai & Wat, 2006).


Human Resource Management National Culture Power Distance Uncertainty Avoidance Future Orientation 
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