Diffusion of Strategic Practices in HRM and Their Impact Over Productivity of Small Firms
International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, Volume-8 Issue-2S10, September 2019
Posted: 22 Apr 2020
Date Written: September 30, 2019
With the change in time, the practices of HR also get changed to support the businesses in the highly competitive market like by incorporating the technology in daily workplace activities. Although the incorporation of new techniques and methodologies in HR was very limited in past few decades but after analyzing the benefits in every area, HR department incorporate these into their daily functioning like the use of SHRM, HRIS. HRIS system is an application of technology where big data can be managed, retrieved easily by replacing the heavy filing paper work and gives error free result. In this paper after the deep review of literature, the researcher selected six human factors based on infusion of technology in HR practices and their impact over the productivity. This study is conducted to put some light over the technology benefits in small firms, which are lacking in the previous studies. Maximization of profit, high production, good quality and customer satisfaction are the current requirements of every company and to fulfill these requirements technology plays a vital role. Analysis of the information collected from the sample in this research study clearly revealed that requirements of a company could be fulfilled by choosing some selective HR practices along with the strategic point of view for optimization of productivity. PLS-SEM software is used to calculate the statistical value of variables in precise form to analyze this new combination of technology and HR. So, this paper applying quantitative structural analysis method of PLS software to find out the rationale of the study by supporting the concept of right selection of innovative information system in HR practices based on human factor leads to great result.
Keywords: SHRM, HR Practice, productivity, human factor, HRIS, PLS-SEM
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