Human Resource Information Systems: Basics, Applications, and Future Directions / Edition 3 available in Paperback
Human Resource Information Systems: Basics, Applications, and Future Directions, Third Edition is a cross-disciplinary book that provides a thorough introduction to the field of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS), a combination of two major management fields that impact the competitive advantage of companies—human resources and information systems. Unlike other HRIS textbooks that overwhelm students with technical info and jargon, Michael J. Kavanagh and Richard D. Johnson offer a balanced approach in dealing with HR and IT/IS issues by drawing from experts in both areas.
|Edition description:||Third Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.10(d)|
About the Author
Mohan Thite is an associate professor at Griffith Business School, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. He has more than 25 years’ experience as an HR professional, both in industry and in academia. He is the Editor-in-Chief of South Asian Journal of HRM (SAJHRM), published from Sage. He is a fellow of the Australian Human Resources Institute. He has been teaching HRIS for several years. His research & publications cover a broad range of management areas, including strategic HRM & knowledge management, e-HRM/HRIS, HR in Indian BPO, multinationals from emerging economies, HRM in Asia, global mobility of talent and global services offshoring. He has published 3 books & over 50 book chapters and articles in international journals such as Human Resource Management (USA), Work, Employment, and Society, the International Journal of HRM, and the International Journal of Project Management.
Richard D. Johnson is an associate professor of management at the University at Albany, State University of New York. His research interests are human resource information systems (HRIS), the psychological and sociological impacts of computing, computer self-efficacy, e-learning, and issues surrounding the digital divide. He has published over 40 academic and practitioner articles in journals such as Information Systems Research, Human Resource Management Review, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, and the International Journal of Human Computer Studies. He serves on the editorial boards of AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction and The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems. He is a certified Human Resource Information Professional and is co-Director of the University at Albany’s nationally recognized MBA HRIS program. He received his Ph D from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Evolution of Human Resource Management and Human Resource Information Systems: The Role of Information Technology - Michael Kavanagh, Richard JohnsonChapter 2 Database Concepts and Applications in Human Resource Information Systems - Janet Marler, Barry FloydChapter 3 Systems Considerations in the Design of an HRIS: Planning for Implementation - Michael Bedell, Michael CaniffChapter 4: Human Resource Information Systems Needs Analysis - Lisa Plantamura, JohnsonChapter 5: System Design and Acquisition - Richard Johnson, James DulebohnChapter 6: Project Management and Human Resource Management Advice for Human Resource Information Systems Implementation - Michael KavanaghChapter 7: HR Metrics and Workforce Analytics - Kevin Carlson, Michael KavanaghChapter 8: Cost Justifying HRIS Investments - Kevin Carlson, Michael KavanaghChapter 9: Change Management: Implementation, Integration, and Maintenance of the Human Resource Information System - Romald StoneChapter 10: Human Resources Administration and Human Resource Information Systems - Linda IsenhourChapter 11: Talent Management - Kevin M. Johns and Michael J. KavanaghChapter 12: Recruitment and Selection in an Internet Context - Kimberly Lukaszewski, David Dickter, Brian Lyons, and Jerard KehoeChapter 13: Training and Development: Issues and Human Resource Information Systems Applications - Ralf BurbachChapter 14: Performance Management, Compensation, Benefits, Payroll, and the Human Resource Information System - Charles Fay and Renato NardoniChapter 15: Human Resource Information Systems and International Human Resource Management - Michael Kavanagh and John MichelChapter 16: HRIS Privacy and Security - Humayun Zafar and Dianna StoneChapter 17: The Future of Human Resource Information Systems: Emerging Trends in HRM and IT - Richard D. Johnson, Michael Kavanagh
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