DOI: 10.22495/cbsrv5i1siart12 ISSN: 2708-4965

Bolstering a potent organizational development through electronic human resources in private business

Maryam Jassim Alhelal, Nadia Abdelhamid Abdelmegeed Abdelwahed
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences (miscellaneous)
  • Management Science and Operations Research
  • Decision Sciences (miscellaneous)
  • Strategy and Management

In the present era, developing companies has become a massive challenge for human resource management. In this way, the present study examines the effect of electronic human resources (E-HRM) implementation on organizational development (OD) private sector businesses in the eastern province of Saudi Arabia. The researchers followed well-known scholars like Atallah (2016) and Sehgal and Nanda (2023) and based the study on quantitative methods, which collected cross-sectional data from administrative and management workers. The study utilized 323 valid samples to conclude the investigation. Using SmartPLS 4, the study’s results underline that the components of E-HRM, such as e-training and development (ETD) and e-performance appraisal (EPA), positively and significantly affect OD. On the other hand, e-recruitment (ER) is not a significant predictor of OD. The study’s findings would assist policymakers and human resources (HR) authorities in considering the ETD and EPA to enhance the performance and OD of the organizations. Furthermore, the study would support overcoming the literature gaps by offering empirical evidence, particularly from a developing Arab context.

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