Mobile Human Resources Case Study

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Mobile Human Resources: Capabilities and Restrictions
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02 1. Introduction …………………………………. 02 2. Literature Review …………………………………. 03 2.1 Advantages of Mobile Apps …………………………………. 03 2.2 Application Areas of Mobile Human Resources …………………………………. 04 A Mobile Self Services …………………………………. 05 A.1 Mobile Timesheet …………………………………. 05 A.2 Mobile Travel Expenses …………………………………. 06 A.3 Mobile Personnel File …………………………………. 06 B. Mobile Recruiting …………………………………. 07 C. Mobile Guide …………………………………. 07 D. Mobile Learning …………………………………. 08 2.3 Risks and Precautions …………………………………. 09 3. Methodology …………………………………. 11 - Searching for papers: …………………………………. 11 - Limitations and criteria for
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Nowadays, there are HR software systems; the use of these software systems provides benefits and strengths to the organizations more than those of traditional web-based systems. These software systems can be applied in important areas of MHR as M-Self Services, M-Recruiting, M-lead and M-learning. However, the access to sensitive personal data requires high security procedures. Decisions whether to use mobile HR systems are influenced by their specific features, as they usually account for the main advantages over web-based HR tools. In this paper, an endeavour has been made to provide an overview of various aspects of Human Resource Management practices with technology through the review of some of the existing literature. The sources referred include various journals, working papers, reports, magazines, internet sites, newspapers etc and has been reflected as references at the end.
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HRM, Mobile HR Apps, Mobile Self Services, Mobile Recruiting, Mobile guide, Mobile Learning, Privacy, Mobile Device Management.
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 Ubiquity: Almost all employees now own a mobile device and are familiar with the applications.
 Accessibility: If the device is not explicitly deactivated, mobile users can always be reached.
 Localization: There are several ways to determine where is the user either through the localization within the cell, through GPS positioning or via wireless access points. This allows the app include important information about the environment in which it is being used in.
 Personalization: Mobile devices are usually used by a person; thereby mobile information services can be adapted to the needs of the individual user.
 Image profit: Many people associate with the use of the latest smartphones or tablets a high personal image. In the business field these persons are often highly motivated.
 Convenience: It is convenient to react spontaneously with the help of mobile devices and retrieve information

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