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Author: Galhena, Bandula Lanka
Date: 2015
ISBN/ISSN: 9789036540568
Document type: Presentation
Abstract: Based on Theory of planned behavior (TPB) and diffusion of innovation theory (DIT), present study developed and empirically tested the integrated model of organizational e-HRM adoption. The model consists of four contextual variables such as innovation, individual, organizational and environmental. Data were collected from 212 firms in Sri Lanka by means self-administered questionnaire. Structural model was tested using Partial Least Square. Results indicate that innovation characteristics (relative advantage and compatibility), environmental characteristics (competition), organizational characteristics (top management support) significantly explain the organizational e-HRM adoption intention. Further, financial resource and top management support significantly determine the extent of operational e-HRM adoption. Moreover, IT expertise is significantly explained the extent of relational and transformational e-HRM adoption.
Cite: Galhena, B.L. (2015). Behavior of e-HRM adoption: empirical evidence form organizations in developing context. En 2nd International Symposium on Partial Least Squares Path Modeling - The Conference for PLS Users (1-13), Sevilla: University of Twente.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/54863

DOI: 10.3990/2.360

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