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Vol -  10, Issue- 4 ,         Page(s) : 361 - 366  (2019 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH


With the upcoming concept of digitalization, every sector of the economy seems to be operated through electronic means. People as a whole are so much becoming dependent on technical advancements that digitalization has sneaked into every aspect of our life. Since the emergence of the internet, a new era of HR termed as E-HRM has begun. To improve the efficiency and contribute to the organization’s bottom line, many human resources organizations are transforming to an e-HR business model, moving traditional HR tasks, tools and processes onto inside intranets or the Internet through a portal. Organizations are seeking E-HR solutions that can help automate tasks and streamline workflow, and improve the efficiency of the workforce by providing self-service tools, training, and information. By automating processes, HR can effective align itself with the business goals of the enterprise and focus on higher value business services and employee needs, such as training and development This paper basically focuses on what is E-HRM, its types, implications, the role played by it and its goals.

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