HR is a management based system that helps to organize the strategic objectives of employers. HR practices mainly focus on the process of maximizing employee’s productivity. Due to the importance of HR practices, this research is conducted to determine the effects of Information and Communication Technology on Human Resource Management in the sector of telecommunication. The hypothesis is tested on the sample of 320 employees of telecommunication organizations in Pakistan. The dependent variable is the performance measurement of HR effects and the independent variables are ICT usage on planning of HR, ICT usage on training and development, ICT usage on hiring procedures of HR and ICT usage in evaluation and compensation. The study shows that there is positive correlation of dependent variables with independent variables.
HRM, HR practices, ICT (information and communication technology), telecommunication sector.
Faisal Ali and Lirong Cui are with the Beijing Institute of Technology, Department of Management Science and Economics. Beijing. 100086. P.R. China (e-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org ).
Liaqat Ali and AL Mutawa A Amir are with AMA International University Bahrain, Bahrain (e-mail: L.email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org ).
Mahmood A. Hussain Ali is with the National University of Malaysia (e-mail: Mahmooda.email@example.com ).
Faisal Ali, Liaqat Ali, AL Mutawa A. Amir, Mahmood A. Hussain Ali, and Lirong Cui, "
The Effects of Information and Communication Technology on Human Resource Management: An Empirical Analysis," Journal of Economics, Business and Management vol. 5, no. 1, pp.