Web-Based Human Resources

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Alfred Walker, Towers Perrin
McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 11, 2001 - Business & Economics - 305 pages
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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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WebBased Recruiting and Staffing
52
WebBased Compensation Planning
83
Technology and Employee Development
96
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Al Walker is a senior fellow at Towers Perrin, one of the world's largest human resources consulting firms. Walker is the Global Thought Leader and leading technologist of the human resource administration group in the Technology Solutions practice at Towers Perrin, which specializes in the application of technology to HR and management functions and examines new organizational models for more effective and efficient HR delivery. The author of over 30 articles on HR-related topics, Walker also serves on the editorial board of several leading HR journals.

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