This paper is published in Volume-4, Issue-6, 2018
Emotional Intelligence
Tanu Goel
Shri Venkateshwara University, Gajraula, Uttar Pradesh, India
Pub. Date
17 December, 2018
Paper ID
E-Commerce, HR workplace Management


Tanu Goel. Evolution of E-business with E-Human Resource Management, International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology,

Tanu Goel (2018). Evolution of E-business with E-Human Resource Management. International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology, 4(6)

Tanu Goel. "Evolution of E-business with E-Human Resource Management." International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology 4.6 (2018).


Electronic commerce technologies are changing the way that works tasks are conducted and thus has significant implications for the way organizations manage their human resource functions. Although the impact of IT on work and employment has been the subject of research, little attention has been paid to electronic commerce and its effect on work organization and HR management. Currently, concepts such as e-business or e-commerce have found their place and applicability inside the global economy with ease, knowing it promoted models exhibiting an accelerated rate of development, well above the usual average growth rate of the traditional economy. Business markets are becoming smaller day by day because of increasing globalization and market competition. For this reason, organizations are adopting internet human resource based systems called the “Electronic Human Resource Management (E-HRM)”. E-HRM involves the adoption and use of web-based technologies with an aim of providing Human Resource Management (HRM) services for employees within the organization. The line managers conduct and arrange the evaluation and development; using desktop computers in the EHRM system, training, and planning, assess labor cost evaluation, and examination of indicators for each absenteeism and turnover among employees. e-HRM systems are supported by dedicated software that is mainly produced or supplied by a private supplier separated from the owners’ organization. Therefore, e-HRM can be defined as the planning, application, and implementation of information technology that is important for networking as well as supporting collective actors who must be more than two individuals to perform shared human resource activities. Employees can gain access to information through the typical use of the internet or channels of web technology. This, in turn, leads to managers and employees empowerment with an aim of increasing their efficiency in performing certain functions of HR and this also relieves some of the burdens on the HR department most of the tasks hence allowing employees to focus more on the strategic elements and less on the operational elements.