International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Electronic Human Resource Management System: The Main Element in Capacitating Globalization Paradigm
Fahimeh Babaei Nivlouei

Perhaps we can claim that current era is the period at which human is standing on the bilateral edge of industry and tradition. The basic characteristics of the complex industrial society in the future confirm that most of the human management and communication mechanisms will not change during human life. Therefore, moving towards the electronic world is a predictable phenomenon. In recent years electronic human resource management (E-HRM) is being used in most of the big companies and institutions and is among the leading organizational systems in human resource management (HRM) which its applications are considered to be very effective and cost-effective. Doubtless in nowadays chaotic world, implementation and development of the E-HRM systems as one of the basic features and elements in capacitating globalization paradigm play a significant role in companies and countries. Globalization paradigm is a set of multidimensional and complex processes which comprises several fields including economics, ideology, politics, culture and natural environments and leads to more dependency among different countries. In this paper we try to propose an implicit model to identify the nature, objectives, policies and strategies, applications and E-HRM system outputs in order to clarify the role of this system as one of the most affective and affected basic elements in capacitating globalization paradigm by relying on its dimensions, and point out the importance and necessity of the phenomena of organizational globalization in modern societies via E-HRM system. In following sections we will try to fill in the existing gap regarding the lack of sufficient attention to the present resistance in implementing E-HRM in the era of globalization by identifying challenges, opportunities and proposing suggestions to fulfill the implementation and development of the E-HRM system.

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