- Tanya Bondarouk
- Huub J. M. Ruël
- Emma Parry
- Chapter 1 An Investigation of the Factors Driving the Adoption of Cloud-Based Human Resource Information Systems by Small- and Medium-Sized Businesses
- Chapter 2 Assessing the Degree of Human Resource Innovation: An Exploratory Analysis of Irish Hotel Corporations
- Chapter 3 HR Analytics: Here to Stay or Short Lived Management Fashion?
- Chapter 4 e-HRM Systems in Support of “Smart” Workforce Management: An Exploratory Case Study of System Success
- Chapter 5 Professional and Non-Professional Social Media as Recruitment Tools: The Impact on Job Seekers’ Attraction and Intention to Apply
- Chapter 6 Aligning the e-HRM and Strategic HRM Capabilities of Manufacturing SMEs: A “Gestalts” Perspective
- Chapter 7 Aiming for Strategic e-HRM: Motives and Consequences of e-HRM Implementation in an MNC
- Chapter 8 e-HRM Challenges: An Australian Perspective
- Chapter 9 Smart Industry Research in the Field of HRM: Resetting Job Design as an Example of Upcoming Challenges
- Chapter 10 What about Agency in e-HRM Research?
- Chapter 11 Changing Role of Social Media at Work: Implications for Recruitment and Selection
- Chapter 12 The dis-app-earance of HRM: Impact of Digitization on the HRM Profession