A Study of factors for Successful Implementation of e-HRM in Hospitals, Pune

  • Archana Sawant Sr. HR Manager, Bharati Vidyapeeth Medical Foundation, Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed To Be University), Pune
  • Sachin S. Vernekar Dean, FMS, Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed To Be University), Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship Development, Pune , Maharashtra, India.
Keywords: e-HRM, use of e-HRM, e-HRM functions, e-HRM implementation


“A study of factors for successful implementation of e-HRM in hospitals, Pune†aims to study various factors for successful implementation of e-HRM in hospitals.

The study focuses on various factors of successful implementation of e-HRM such as  Organizational  Structure, Organizational  Characteristics, Organizational  Culture, Top Management commitment, Transparent Policies, Employee IT knowledge level, Employee Commitment, Training Programme and Empowerment of staff. For this purpose non probability purposive sampling from various hospitals Human Resource managers and IT managers and executives were chosen. With the help of questionnaire as a data collection tool data was collected. Data was analyzed with SPSS software ver. 24. Cronbach Alpha is used to confirm reliability of factors. The study found that top management commitment is very important factor for successful implementation of e-HRM. Along with this training programme and Organizational structure are also important factors for successful implementation of e-HRM. The study proposes a model for factors of successful implementation of e-HRM in hospitals.


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