The Role of New Technologies for the Human Resources Management: a preliminary study

Autores

  • Sara Muna School of Economics and Management University of Minho, Portugal
  • Bruno Miguel Sousa Instituto Politécnico do Cávado e do Ave (IPCA)
  • João Leite Ribeiro School of Economics and Management University of Minho, Portugal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26537/iirh.vi9.3009

Palavras-chave:

Human Resources Management, Technologies, e-HRM, motivation

Resumo

The present study The Role of New Technologies for the Human Resources Management: in which way the new technologies could influence the increase of people’s retention, the decrease of turnover and the management of internal marketing?, aims to verify, through the analysis of the sales field, to demystify the strategies that are being used, in a technological era, to achieve organizational goals regarding employee satisfaction and, by other side, employee turnover. Given the quick changes in technology in the past decades, technology has had a dramatic impact on Human Resources Management, and as technology evolves it is likely to move the field in some very new directions in the future. The world has experienced a cultural, societal and economical changes based on the increasing dominance of digital technologies. In sum, these changes have led to the current period called the digital age or digital era. Digital technologies play an increasingly flagrant role in both the lives of employees and Human Resources Management, which seems to be affected in multiple ways. This special issue focuses on the impact of these changes on Human Resources Management, in relation to changes to the workforce, to Human Resources Management in general and more specifically to the use of technology in delivering HRM activities.

 

Biografias Autor

Sara Muna, School of Economics and Management University of Minho, Portugal

Master Student in Human Resources Management

Bruno Miguel Sousa, Instituto Politécnico do Cávado e do Ave (IPCA)

Bruno Sousa is a Professor in Polytechnic Institute of Cavado and Ave (IPCA, Portugal) Head of Master Program - Tourism Management - PhD Marketing and Strategy. He was Market Analist at Sonae Distribuição – Modelo e Continente, S.A. (2006 to 2009) and he was Marketing Assistant - Jornal O Jogo at Controlinveste (2005) - Teaching Award of the School of Economics and Management of the University of Minho 2015/2016 - Best Thesis in Tourism Award - ICIEMC 2015 - Management Graduation, University of Minho Award - Best performance (2006) - Merit Scholarship for Students in Public Higher Education Awards of Merit Scholarship by University of Minho in 2001/02 - 2002/03 - 2003/04 Rresearch centre: CiTUR and Applied Management Research Unit (UNIAG). He is author or co-author of several papers and her research interests include tourism management, marketing and strategy. Editorial board member of several peer reviewed scientific journals and ad-hoc reviewer of several peer-reviewed scientific journals. Member of the scientific committee of several national and international congresses and conferences.

João Leite Ribeiro, School of Economics and Management University of Minho, Portugal

Doutoramento em Ciências Empresariais (Universidade do Minho)

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Publicado

2019-08:-07

Como Citar

Muna, S., Sousa, B. M., & Ribeiro, J. L. (2019). The Role of New Technologies for the Human Resources Management: a preliminary study. Conferência - Investigação E Intervenção Em Recursos Humanos, (9). https://doi.org/10.26537/iirh.vi9.3009