LEB603 Task 1aGalen Hsieh ID: 4074343
Greengard, S. 2000, µ
Establishing Human E-Source¶
, BusinessFianceMag.com URL:http://www.businessfinancemag.com/archives/appfiles/Article.cfm?IssueID=327& ArticleID=13594&Print=Y&CurrChannel=8
Enter electronic human resources management (e-H
), in today¶s emerging digitaleconomy, the human resources department is quickly becoming a hub for variouscorporate systems, transactions and data. In the best of circumstances, emergingelectronic tools are revolutionising the way work gets done. It is covering thedifferences between traditional H
. There are many enterprises found problems when they transfer from paper works to digitalise. This article addressedIB
when it moves to µe¶ world. In addition, use enterprise resource plan (E
) tointegrate e-H
applications and think about
OI that could brought in thefuture. The culture change and training improvement are become another significantissues in e-Business world. That is how this reference meant for me to add in here.
e Employment Contract in eBusiness
Bahls, S.C. and Bahls, J.E. 2001, µ
, Entrepreneur magazine. URL:http://www.entrepreneur.com/Magazines/Copy_of_MA_SegArticle/0,4453,291120----1-,00.html
s many online e-business issues are targeting US market. This article is illustratedhow employment contract important in high-tech companies. One of the authorsSteven
. Bahls who is the dean of
apitol University Law School in
olumbus,Ohio, teaches entrepreneurship law. Who is trying to use this article to educateemployer and employee in how important to stay-in employment contract.
s weknow that contract is an agreement. The employment contract has more than anagreement, which also including responsibilities, compensation, bonuses, stock options, rights to any inventions and patents, expense accounts and more. I am gothrough this article to know that employment contract also useful when acquisition,merger, takeover and selling companies, it helped to attract key employees.
Silver, J. 2002, µContracts of Employment ± What they mean to you¶, SitePoint.comURL: http://www.ecommercebase.com/article.php?aid=785&pid=0
The author is a virtual law practice lawyer in states; the goal of this article isdescribing the differences between employees and contractors to define the meaningof employment contract. It shows different responsibility between those two bodies,who policies (legal) and
cts (US law) to make samples. The major different isemployees as defined here do not have contracts; hence, employees dealing with policies with different duties.Even though, it forced on contractors more than employees, and providing advices of how to write agreement for contractors. Issues are including services, payment,relationship, Inappropriate
cts, Keeping Information
onfidential, Ownship of work product (intellectual property), Non-Solicitation, Non-
epresentations andWarranties, Indemnification, Termination and Term.