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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Study background
1.2 Research Objective
1.3 Structure of the study
2 THE CONCEPT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM)
2.1 Human Resource management (HRM)
2.2 HRM definition
Figure1: Fields of HRM
2.3 HRM processes
2.3.1 Planning process
2.3.2 Recruitment process
2.3.3 Selection process
2.3.4 Orientation, training and development process
2.3.5 Career planning and development process
2.3.6 Performance appraisal process
2.3.7 Employee Compensation and benefits process
2.3.8 Occupational health and safety process
2.4 Chapter Summary
3.1 SHRM development
3.2 SHRM definition
Figure 2: The Supportive and strategic Role of HRM function
3.3 Dimensions of SHRM
3.3.1 Re engineering and strategic human resource management
3.3.2 Leadership and strategic human resource management
3.3.4 Workplace learning and strategic human resource management
3.3.5 Trade unions and strategic human resource management
3.4 Chapter summary
4 HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS (HRIS) IN ORGANIZATION
4.1 Development of HRIS
4.2 Definition of HRIS
4.3 Components of an HRIS
4.4 Users of HRIS applications
4.5 HRIS functions
4.5.1 Integrating the Technologies of HR
4.5.2 Increased Efficiency
4.5.3 Increased Effectiveness
4.5.4 IT-Enabled Processes
4.6 Cost and benefit of HRIS
4.7 Chapter summary
5 HRIS ROLE IN SHRM
5.1 Previous research
5.2 HRIS usage
5.2.1 Ball (2000)
5.3 The role and impact of HRIS
5.3.1 Hussain et al., (2006)
5.3.2 Florkowski (2006)
5.3.3 Gascó, Llopis and González (2004)
5.3.4 Ordónez de Pablos (2004)
5.3.5 Buckley, Kathleen, Joy and Michaels (2004)
5.3.6 Gardner, Lepak and Bartol (2003)
5.3.7 Baran, Karabulut, and Pekdemir (2002)
5.3.8 Tansley, Sue and Hazel (2001)
5.4 HRIS Implementations
5.4.1 Ngai and Wat (2004)
5.5 Analysis of the previous research
6 HYPOTHESES DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
6.1 Research Objective
6.2 Research questions and Hypotheses
6.3 Hypotheses development
6.4 Data and Sample collection methods
6.5 Chapter summary
7 EMPIRICAL RESULTS AND ANALYSIS
7.1 The Response rate
7.2 Characteristics of the Statistics
7.3 Presentation of the research findings
7.3.1 Hypotheses 1
Table 1: The extent of HRIS role in strategic HR tasks (T-test)
7.3. 2 Hypothesis 2
Table 2: The extent of HRIS use in support of strategic HR tasks performance
7.3.3 Hypothesis 3
Table 3: Ratings of professional standing in organization after using HRIS
7.3.4 Hypothesis 4
Table 4: Type of Organization and HRIS usage in respondents’ organizations
7.3.5 Hypotheses 5
7.4 Evaluation of the Empirical Results
7.5 Validity, Reliability and Generalizibility
7.6 Chapter Summary
8 CONCLUSION
8.1 Analysis of the Contribution
8.2 Recommendations and Suggestions for Further Research
Reference
Appendices
Appendix A
(i) Cover Letter
(ii) Questionnaire
Appendix B (Frequencies)
Appendix C (One sample T-tests)
Appendix D (Independent sample T-test)
Appendix E (Graphs)
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