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Impact of Technology on HR functions

1. Are your HR functioning is technologically governed. Yes / No

2. In what ways do you use internet and other technologies to conduct HR functions.

Yes / No

3. HR functions’ Operational Efficiency have been enhanced after the interface of technology. Yes / No

4. Recruitment is not more efficient in terms of quality & Quantitative approach due to Technology enabled options. Yes / No

5. Performance of employees is easily accessible and effective after the intervening of technology. Yes / No

6. IT enabled HR Practices has helped to maintain the transparencies between HR professionals and other department. Yes / No

7. IT enabled HR practices has made the functioning more clear and effective.

Yes / No

8. Policies, Procedures & its implementation is easy to execute as compared to traditional Methods after the intervention of IT into HR Functions. Yes / NO

9. E-learning & other technology enabled training program has enhanced the employee performance and contributed to comprehensive development of the organization. Yes / NO

10. Incentives pay roll system performance feedbacks, benefit programs & attendance recording all has been observed in easy handling after the intervention of technology. Yes / NO

11. The approachability and communication span has been improved after the interface of tech enabled HR Practices. Yes / NO

12. Do you think that human relations have been deteriorated after the interface of technology. Yes / NO

13. Employee face to face interaction has been reduced. Yes / NO

14. Much more transparencies has increased no of grievances into the company. Yes / NO

15. Conflict resolutions and Employees’ Counseling have become difficult after the interface of technology. Yes / NO
7th March 2013 From India, Bhopal
A Study done by Nelson Hall relevant to indian conditions,noted that organisations are still utilising manual processes when it comes to some core areas of talent management such as succession planning , career development and workforce planning . However some of organisations are planning to increase their use of talent management technology over the next two years.
I think we need to embrace Technology more enthusiastically,in present age,subject to applicability and of course affordability.
7th March 2013 From India, Hyderabad
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