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What is Global Human Resource Information System

Handbook of Research on Technology Adoption, Social Policy, and Global Integration
A number of related technologies, processes and people that perform together for the input-process-output flow of information about human resources in the global firms and/or markets.
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Human Resource Management IT and Global Economy Perspective: Global Human Resource Information Systems
Lejla Turulja (University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Nijaz Bajgoric (School of Economics and Business Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2668-1.ch018
This chapter consolidates the state of academic research on the relation between information technology, globalization and human resource management. Main conclusions of the literature review can be summarized into several groups. First, there is evident flow of trends linking the development of information technology, business globalization and changes in the ways of doing business. Second, all these trends have caused the emergence of a new economic order that is known in the literature as the New or the Global economy. Third, human resources are the most valuable assets in the Global economy and it is therefore crucial for firms to successfully manage these assets. Fourth, like other functions, HRM function is heavily influenced by information technology. Fifth, the importance of information technology for HRM is evident for firms operating in one country and especially those that operate internationally. Finally, there is a lack of studies on the global HRIS.
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