This research examined the relationships among the use of IT by organizations, HRM performances on its functional tasks on productivity, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness, organizational performances, the IT implementation gap, HRM transformation gap, and organizational performances gap. The HRM practitioners who are registered as members of Arabian Society of Human Resource Management (ASHRM) were randomly selected as respondents to response to the questions in the questionnaire. All the four hypotheses were statistically supported. The use of IT had significant correlations with the HRM functional performances based on productivity, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness. Also, the IT implementation gap proved to be significant to the overall performances of HRM functional task. Several practical implications from the research findings and future research agenda were discussed at the end of the report.
|Keywords:||Information Technology Utilization, Human Resource Management, Organizational Performances, Impact, Correlation Analysis|
Associate Professor, Department of Management and Marketing, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia
Associate Professor, Department of Accounting and MIS, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia
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