A Study on HRIS Budget and its Impact on HRIS Effectiveness

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Tejpal Singh Batra, Rasika Patil


Purpose – The emergence of disruptive technologies has facilitated the use of Human Resource Information System (HRIS) by HR for talent acquisition and development. However, the rise of hybrid and work-from-home work culture in the post-COVID era has posed challenges in delivering seamless HR services to employees at right cost. To overcome this, the objective of this study is to examine how a constituted HRIS budget can enhance overall HRIS effectiveness and benefit the organization. Additionally, this paper explores the different facets of HRIS budget and how they impact overall HRIS effectiveness.

Design/methodology/approach – The research was conducted using a survey of 96 participants and descriptive analysis and, non-parametric tests was used to analyse the data.

Findings – The findings of the study suggest that HRIS budget has a significant positive impact on HRIS effectiveness. These findings have practical implications for HR professionals and organizations, highlighting the importance of focusing more on what should constitute as part of the HRIS budget that would lead to more effective and efficient HRIS.

Research limitations/implications – This paper contributes to the understanding of the impact HRIS budget has on the HRIS effectiveness and which are the contributing factors.

Originality/value – The findings extend the discussions regarding the impact adequate HRIS budget has on overall HRIS effectiveness and how the findings can be used by the organization to focus on how and where to spend to make their HRIS more effective.

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