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Chapter 2

CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

This chapter discusses the related works that this study has relied to in its development. Chapter 2 discusses how published studies and literatures contributed to the conceptual formulation of the study. Moreover, the foundation of this research with regards to its framework is also defined and described in this chapter.

Review of Related Literature

According to the book of John Ivancevich in his book entitled Human Resource Management 2007, he define Human Resource Management as a function performed in organizations that facilitates the most effective use of people to achieve organizational and individual goals. Also he said that we must understand clearly that to grow, prosper, and remain healthy, they must optimize the return on investment of all resources. Moreover, stated that Human Resource Management function today is concerned with much more than simple filling, housekeeping, and record keeping. When strategies are integrated within the organization, Human Resource Management plays a major role in clarifying the firm’s human resources problems and develops solutions to them. Today it would be difficult to imagine any organization achieving and sustaining effectiveness without efficient Human Resource Management programs and activities.

This literature discussed the importance of Human Resource Management in a certain organization or company. It is related to this study since this study will be focusing on the Human Resource Department of National University. This literature also shows the effect of Human Resources in an organization.

It is often recognized that new technology is integral to a Human Resource Management strategy, both in its use in advocating a strategic approach to the use of labor and in the link between computerization and more flexible production. New technology can enhance the goals of management: computerization and the use of numerically controlled machines have all tended to make individual jobs more self-contained, more skilled and more varied, reducing the need for supervision and increasing the degree of workers control over their own activities. (Reassessing Human Resource Management, Bliton et al., 1992)

This literature discussed the integration of modern technology with the functions and process of Human Resource Management. It also shows the effects of computerization of the process of the Human Resource Management. It is related in this study in a way that the proponents will also integrated the use of modern technology to the process of the Human Resource Management to optimize its functions.

Review of Related Studies

In the study of L. R. Decena in 2008 entitled Dynamic Expert Locator: An Application of Human Resource Information System at the University of Baguio. She stated that many organizations are finding a better way of executing Human Resource Management functions because efficient and effective management. One of the latest technologies that would answer this is the introduction of Human Resource Information System, it helps the organization achieve their goals, increase the level of employee performance, save cost through the improved efficiency and productivity of workers, and improve the ability to manage change.

This study is about the introducing an Information system to Human Resources. It says that it would be better to execute its function thru information system. It is related to the study since the proponents will also be using an Information System in the process of the Human Resource.Organizations today incorporate the use of technology in managing their human resources called Human Resource Information System. This aims of improving the quality of management with respect to planning, employee information access, and the employer regulatory compliance. This has become one of the most importance tools for many businesses. The study also finds that manual preparation and updating of...
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