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A study into the opportunities of implementing an e-HR system at British Energy


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The dissertation focuses and establishes the relationships between Human Resource Management and Information Technology. It examines the extent to which the opportunities of e-HR are able to meet the challenges and facilitate Human Resource departments in becoming more strategic and efficient by leveraging information technology. The dissertation was applied to British Energy (BE) and analyses their existing Human Resource processes.


  • 17,000 words - 95 pages in length
  • Excellent use of literature
  • Good analysis of subject area
  • Well written throughout
  • Ideal for IT and HRM students

1: Introduction
Background
Business Opportunity
The Objectives

2: Methodology
Methodology
Primary Research
Qualitative Methods
Quantitative Methods
Secondary Research

3: Industry Analysis
External Analysis
Introduction
Company Overview
External Environment
BE Stakeholders
Environmental Influences
Government Regulations
External Regulations
Environmental Regulations
Key Competitive Forces
Identify Competitive Position
BE Remaining Competitive
Key Opportunities And THReats

4: Industry Analysis
Internal Analysis
Internal Environment
Organisation Structure
Strategy
Shared Values
Staff & Skills
Style
Systems
HR People Management Information System (HR Pmis)
HR Toolkit
Work Management System

5: E-HR Objectives
Introduction
E-HR Defined
Elements Of E-HR
E-HR Objectives
Eliminate Process Steps
Enable HR & Ssu To Serve More Strategic Role
Reduce Administrative Costs
Increase Information Access
Improve Services To Employees & Managers
Key Drivers For E-HR
Cost
Empowerment
Focus
Delivery
E-HR Opportunities For BE

6: HR Development & IT
It & HR Function
Implementing HR Technology
Adoption Phase
Impact Of It On HR

7: HR & IS Strategy
Introduction
Strategy Defined
Aligning Business & Is Strategy
HR & IS Strategy

8: Barriers To E-HR
Introduction
Barriers To E-HR
Change
HR Staff
Employees
E-HR System
Communication
Training

9: Findings & Discussion
Findings From Quantitative Questionnaires
Background Information
Views On Existing BE Information Systems
Involvement With HR & SSU
Views On E-HR System For BE
Findings From Interviews And Group Focus Meeting
Current Processes & Opportunities Of E-HR

10: Conclusions

11: Recommendations
Training
Implementation
Change
Application Design

References

Appendices


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