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A Research Agenda for eHRM: What Do We Know, and Where Do We Go from Here?
Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (2013)
  • Steven D. Charlier, Georgia Southern University
Technology continues to transform the way in which organizations manage their human capital and deliver human resource functionality. Because of the increasing interest by researchers on role of technology on human capital management (cf. Dineen & Noe, 2009; Stone & Dulebohn, 2013), and because of an increasing interest in the strategic potential of electronic human resources management (eHRM) (cf. Lepak & Snell, 1998; Strohmeier, 2007; Marler & Fisher, 2013), it is important for the field to pause and take stake of our current knowledge on eHRM. Thus, the goal of this PDW is to bring together both eHRM experts and those with an interest in conducting eHRM research and to engage in discussions about the current state of research and the types of research questions necessitated by the continued advances in technology. The PDW will focus on topics such as e-Recruiting, e-Selection, e-learning/training, HR Administration, International Issues and eHRM, diversity and multiculturalism, social media, and privacy. The PDW will last two hours and is designed to be interactive. Following a brief introduction, participants will break into groups where they can discuss these topics, developing research on each of the above topics. Following these brief discussions each table will briefly discuss the key research needs moving forward. We will then have a brief conversation wrapping up the PDW.
  • eHRM,
  • Human resource information systems,
  • Electronic human resources management
Publication Date
August 9, 2013
Orlando, FL
Citation Information
Steven D. Charlier. "A Research Agenda for eHRM: What Do We Know, and Where Do We Go from Here?" Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (2013)
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