Technology, Outsourcing and Transforming HR

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Graeme Martin, Martin Reddington, Heather Alexander
Routledge, 2008 - Business & Economics - 461 pages
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This book examines the progress made in e-enabling the HR function and the relationship with outsourcing. The editors review and analyse recent developments in the application of outsourcing and ICT to the HR function and its overall contribution to organizational aims. This text aims to fill the gap in current literature, by providing accessible guidance on how to tackle the e-enablement of the function and on the factors associated with successful outsourcing. There is no single text that adequately deals with this increasingly important problem and which has been recognised by the CIPD as a key area of research for their forward programme. The contributors all have leading-edge knowledge and practical experience and aim to provide practical guidance for organizations and HR professionals. This work features practical case studies illustrating the developments in the application of outsourcing and ICT to the HR function.

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an Introduction Graeme Martin Martin Reddington and Heather Alexander
Outsourcing and Shared Services
The Theory and Practice of eHR in Different Countries
Practitioners Forum

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Graeme Martin (BA, MSc, MBA, PhD) is director of the Centre for Reputation Management through People (CRMP) at the University of Glasgow. He is also Visiting Professor in Human Resource Management at the University of Colorado in Denver and holds visiting appointments in Italy, Sweden and Australia. He has published widely in the fields of international human resource management, organizational change, human resource development, human resource management and more recently, in eLearning. He has a background as an HR practitioner and has consulted widely with a number of firms and public sector organizations in the UK and in Australia.

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