The Role of the Human Resources Information System in the Practice of Human Resources Management Strategies: A survey of the views of a sample of teaching staff at the faculties of Cihan University-Erbil
The research aims at clarifying the role of the human resources information system (Activities field ، Employee field ، Employees field totally ، Positions field) in the practices of HRM (human resource management strategy) (Recruitment, Performance Evaluation, Training, Compensation and incentives activities). The research problem is in the weakness of HRM strategy because of lack of information. The study was launched from two main assumptions to explore the correlation and influence between the two research variables by analyzing the answers of the research sample, which included 64 teacher in faculties at the University of Cihan-Erbil, and then analyzing the data using the SPSS program and a set of statistical methods, arithmetic mean, the standard deviation, repetition, percentages, correlation coefficient and simple linear regression equation.
The study reached a number of conclusions, the most important of which are: The relationship and impact of the human resources information system in human resource strategy practices. The researcher recommended increasing the interest and investment in the human resources information system for its role in activating and enhancing Human Resources Strategy Practices.
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