AbstractsBusiness Management & Administration

An analytical measurement and the effectiveness of e- HRM in context of Nepalese Government Organizations

by Guru Prasad Sapkota




Institution: Roskilde University
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Year: 2014
Record ID: 1120137
Full text PDF: http://rudar.ruc.dk/handle/1800/13959


Abstract

Abstract The time frame of this project is from first week of October to the third week of December and the writing period is around two and half months. During the writing process, I am not only having a deep understanding of the theories or models related to HRM, digitization and the relations between them, but also experiencing how to use these theories or models to investigate the practical issues in the real world. The aim of this thesis was to identify and examine contemporary HRM theories and see how they fit to specific environment. How the current system is running in Nepal and the better way to implement e-HRM system in Nepalese Government agencies is the mail issue of this paper. This report examines the research literature on validation studies to provide an overview of what is known about the effectiveness and efficiency of e-HRM. Influence of environment ant its instability is really a huge challenge for under developed countries like Nepal. But here I am not concerning about political parts and its impact to HRM. There is vast different between well developed western society and Nepal in context of human resource management. I am just focusing on present situation of e-HRM in Nepal and its probability to enter into fully IT based management system.