[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-570

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European Academic Workshop on Electronic Human Resource Management

Proceedings of the 3rd European Academic Workshop on Electronic Human Resource Management 2010

Bamberg, Germany, May 20-21, 2010.

Edited by

Stefan Strohmeier *
Anke Diederichsen *

* Saarland University, Chair for Manangement-Informationsystems, 66123 Saarbrücken, Germany

Table of Contents

  1. Academic Key Note 1-2
    Theresa M. Welbourne
  2. Can the Evidence-Based Management Movement Help e-HRM Bridge the Research-Practice Gap? 3-13
    Miguel R. Olivas-Luján, Denise M. Rousseau
  3. SESSION A: Strategic Perspectives of e-HRM

  4. The Strategic Value of e-HRM: results from an exploratory study in a governmental organization 15-32
    Tanya Bondarouk, Huub Ruël
  5. An Evidence-Based Review of E-HRM and Strategic Human Resource Management 33-51
    Janet H. Marler, Sandra L. Fisher
  6. SESSION B: HRIS Personel

  7. The HRIS Specialist: Resourcing the 'Right Kind' of Human Capital 53-71
    Hazel Williams
  8. Talent management and the HRIS specialist: A narrative analysis 72-89
    Carole Tansley, Carley Foster
  9. SESSION C: e-Recruitment

  10. The Effect of E-recruitment On the Recruitment Process: Evidence from Case Studies of Three Danish MNCs 91-111
    Anna B. Holm
  11. Online Gaming Platforms to Apply for Jobs - Proposing a Research Model to Investigate Job Seekers' Behaviour 112-127
    Sven Laumer, Andreas Eckhardt
  12. Websites in the Recruitment Context: A Conceptual Model 128-144
    Matthias Baum, Rüdiger Kabst
  13. SESSION D: e-Learning and e-Competencies

  14. E-learning in India - The Role of National Culture and Practical Implications 146-166
    Pramila Rao
  15. Design Characteristics of Virtual Learning Environments: An Expert Study 167-185
    Daniel Mueller, Stefan Strohmeier
  16. Social Tagging Systems - Shall we use the collaborative and collective approach to gather competency related information? 186-205
    Petra I. Thielen
  17. SESSION E: Research perspectives

  18. Human Resource Management-relevant Virtual Community Research: Review and Outlook 207-228
    Anke Diederichsen
  19. A Delphi Study on E-HRM: Future Directions 229-249
    Jukka-Pekka Heikkilä
  20. HRIS Design Characteristics: Towards a General Research Framework 250-267
    Daniel Mueller, Stefan Strohmeier, Christian Gasper
  21. SESSION F: Organizational aspects

  22. Beyond people and tools, what is the place for the organization in the analysis of ICT uses? 269-288
    Ewan Oiry, Roxana Ologeanu-Taddei, Amandine Pascal, Robert Tchobanian
  23. Global Integration versus Local Adaption of an e-HRM System in a US MNC 289-306
    Ralf Burbach and Tony Royle
  24. Occasioning change through HR Sourcing 307-324
    Mitchell van Balen, Tanya Bondarouk
  25. SESSION G: e-HRM "Cases"

  26. Transitioning from a Proprietary to Vanilla HRIS: The Resulting Implications for Talent 326-341
    Sharna Wiblen, Kristine Dery, David Grant
  27. Putting e-HR into practice: the case of the University of Alicante 342-359
    Susana de Juana Espinosa, Sergio Luján-Mora
  28. Arguments for practice-based studies in e-HRM Case study of HR transformation at Sandvik Corp. 360-376
    Johan Gregeby
  29. SESSION H: Miscellaneous

  30. Generation Y at Work: The Role of e-HRM in Building Positive Work Attitudes 378-399
    Rita Bissola, Barbara Imperatori
  31. Group Support Systems: Tools for HR Decision Making 400-409
    James Yao, John Wang, Ruben Xing, June Lu
  32. HRIS impacts implementation in a SME: a contextualist longitudinal case study 410-425
    Florence Laval, Véronique Guilloux

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31-May-2010: submitted by Anke Diederichsen
31-May-2010: published on CEUR-WS.org