Web-Based Human Resources
Alfred J. Walker, Towers Perrin
McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 11, 2001 - Business & Economics - 305 pages
Today’s Human Resources function is being transformed by the Web. Web-Based Human Resources shows HR professionals how to use online technologies to offer more services to more employees at a lower cost. It offers concrete tips on which approaches are most effective in small, medium, and large organizations; provides a framework for transforming HR from a support function to one centered on organization-wide productivity and learning; and explains all the key web technologies and trends that are changing the HR function—for the better!
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