Importance Degree of eHRM and its Impact on Various Administrative Levels in Palestinian Universities

Abstract : This study aims to identify the degree of importance of human resources management electronically and its impact on the different administrative levels in the Palestinian universities. The study population consists of the different administrative levels in the universities. The number of employees reached (239). The study sample consisted of (148) individuals from the different administrative levels and (35) from IT centers. The response rate was (84.31%). The researchers used the questionnaire as a tool for study and the analytical descriptive approach to achieve the objectives of the study. The SPSS program was used to analyze the study data. The results of the study showed that the clarity of the importance of human resources management electronically and the support of senior management are available and contribute greatly to the process of transition to electronic management in general and e-HRM in particular. There is clarity in the sample of the study of the importance of human resources management electronically, fully aware of their multiple benefits, this greatly helps to adopt and develop e-HRM and the development of the members of the study from the higher administrative levels and those who influence decision-making. The University's system of human resources management varies in different ways from one university to another and has a significant impact on human resources management electronically, and researchers explain this difference due to the different priorities of universities and their development plans and their material and human resources. The concept of e-management is a broad concept, encompassing several different electronic systems, and the transition to it requires extensive changes, from organizational structure to business processes. The most important electronic management systems that universities develop according to their need are electronic human resources systems. Universities also provide different means of communication with their employees using various ICT means such as e-mail and SMS. The use of e-HR forms is still very limited and greatly reduces e-HRM benefits. Self-service systems are not interrelated with pay and pay systems and researchers explain this because e-HRM systems are not complete at universities. Universities follow a strategy of combining traditional and electronic business, a positive indicator of the transition to e-management. The study reached several recommendations with the aim of benefiting from the promotion of the electronic management approach. The most important of these recommendations is the establishment of official and practical approaches to electronic administration and its systems. To keep abreast of the rapid changes in electronic management and ICT tools and means. The development of the administrative structure of universities commensurate with the process of change to electronic management. E-HRM development in universities, as they have a key role to play in the success of the transition to e-management. Expand the use of electronic forms to manage the affairs of employees to take advantage of its multiple advantages such as reducing expenses and reduce the time of completion of transactions. The adoption of internal electronic correspondence instead of paper, which contributes significantly to reduce administrative financial expenses, and the speed of completion of work. The integration of computerized management information systems and the linking of what is currently fully established as the beginning of a gradual transition to electronic management. For example, the pay system can be linked to the attendance system, self-service, or performance appraisal with the pay system.
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International Journal of Engineering and Information Systems, 2017, 1 (7), pp.181-196
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Mazen J. Al Shobaki, Samy S. Abu Naser, Youssef M. Abu Amuna, Suliman A. El Talla. Importance Degree of eHRM and its Impact on Various Administrative Levels in Palestinian Universities. International Journal of Engineering and Information Systems, 2017, 1 (7), pp.181-196. 〈hal-01610721〉



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