An approach to the satisfaction of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS): analysis and empirical contrast
Jose Sanchez and
International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management, 2007, vol. 7, issue 2, 177-214
This study attempts to place and to consolidate the figure of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) firmly in the context of business management, particularly in the so-called strategic human resource management. The specific objective of this paper contemplates the generation of knowledge about the main representative construct in HRIS success: the search for new associations that have not been detected up to now, among result, content and process variables explaining cases of success or failure in HRIS. We intend to create a connection network, which permits the identification of the variables are associated with HRIS success and to quantify the intensity of those associations. In addition, if the expected benefits lie in the affirmation or refusal of associations between system success and other variables identified in the literature, this will set up an important group of behaviour references for the decision-makers in HRIS projects.
Keywords: human resource information systems; HRIS; satisfaction; human resources management; strategic HRM; computerised personnel information systems; CPIS; decision making. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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