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Effectiveness of Human Resource Information System on HR Functions of the Organization:A Cross Sectional Study

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  title={Effectiveness of Human Resource Information System on HR Functions of the Organization:A Cross Sectional Study},
  author={Shiri Shammy},
  year={2012}
}
HRM (human resource management) is especially important in a knowledge-based economy, where ideas and expertise are greatly valued , and a creative and innovative workforce is necessary to meet the challenges of this new economy. Efficient and effective management of human capital is increasingly an imperative and complex process. As a result,there has been a considerable increase in the number of organizations gathering, storing ,and analyzing information regarding their HRs through the use of… 
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