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Human resource information systems; basics, applications, and future directions.


Human resource information systems; basics, applications, and future directions.

Ed. by Michael J. Kavanagh and Mohan Thite.

Sage Publications


469 pages




Kavanaugh (management, The U. at Albany) and Thite (human resources, Griffith U., Australia) edit this textbook on the seamless integration of information technology and human resources practices for students and practitioners of both disciplines. Experts from both fields describe the day-to-day procedures for managing a workforce through Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) and use case studies to present the most common obstacles encountered in organizations. This book outlines the steps necessary for budgeting, selection and implementation of HRIS, with chapters devoted to international applications and security as well.

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Date:Feb 1, 2009
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