Intellectual capital is today considered a key issue in analyzing the critical determinants of company performance. Companies design more and more human resource (HR) strategies when creating and developing intellectual capital. HR portals are applications that enable single personalized access points designed for specific user profiles and organizational positions. Our clarifications and recommendations highlight that HR portal implementation and use can be contingent if the HR function offers a specific set of HR applications to single employees based on differentiation strategies. HR portal implementation and use can also be individualized if the HR function offers a set of alternatives where the single employee can choose a personal HR configuration that is still aligned with the strategy and based on the differentiation of the workforce. Our contribution intends to underline the role of HR portals as a tool for the pursuit of a mature differentiation strategy of the workforce, where the technologies can increase the opportunities for negotiating and exchanging preferences and expectations between employees and the HR function.

HR Portal: a tool for contingent and individualized HRM

RUTA, CATALDO
2009-01-01

Abstract

Intellectual capital is today considered a key issue in analyzing the critical determinants of company performance. Companies design more and more human resource (HR) strategies when creating and developing intellectual capital. HR portals are applications that enable single personalized access points designed for specific user profiles and organizational positions. Our clarifications and recommendations highlight that HR portal implementation and use can be contingent if the HR function offers a specific set of HR applications to single employees based on differentiation strategies. HR portal implementation and use can also be individualized if the HR function offers a set of alternatives where the single employee can choose a personal HR configuration that is still aligned with the strategy and based on the differentiation of the workforce. Our contribution intends to underline the role of HR portals as a tool for the pursuit of a mature differentiation strategy of the workforce, where the technologies can increase the opportunities for negotiating and exchanging preferences and expectations between employees and the HR function.
9781605663043
T. Bondarouk, E. Oiry, K. Guiderdoni-Jourdain, and H. Ruel
Handbook of Research on E-Transformation and Human Resources Management Technologies: Organizational Outcomes and Challenges
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