Digital Transformation Enhance Employee Performance

  • Dr Sonika Sharma
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  • Dr Sonika Sharma

    Associate Professor at IILM University, India

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In the contemporary scenario of modernization and globalization, organizations rely heavily upon technological advancement and innovation in the field of Information Technology. Human resource information system or human resource management system is basically an intersection of human resources and information technology through an HR software solution. Human resource information system is not a new concept, but it is maturing day by day with changing environment. Implementing an effective human resource information system can be a win-win situation for HR to stay ahead in its bid to deliver more effective and streamlined service. The common perception is that HR is more administrative and bureaucratic and less innovative in functioning. HR professionals are not aligned with the business strategy and lack analytical skills. Today HR organizations are moving away from a ‘service provider’ role to become valued talent, design thinking and employee experience consultants. Businesses have recognized that they need data to figure out what makes people join, perform well and stay with an organization; who will likely be successful; who will make the best leaders; and what is required to deliver the highest-quality customer service and innovation. HR is becoming an innovative consultant with a broader responsibility to design, simplify, and improve the employee and candidate experience. With the digital HR, organizations can enhance and transform the employee and build the talent leaders as per the organizational needs.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 3791 - 3803


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