HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY

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Use of Information technology in Human Resource Management is increasing day by day. The Judiciary has to adopt appropriate ICT for its HRM related needs.

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HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY

  1. 1. HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY TALWANT SINGH PRINCIPAL JUDGE FAMILY COURTS DELHI (INDIA)
  2. 2. HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY  Judiciary has to provide time bound services and to retain best talent, so Human Resource Management is of great Strategic Importance in this Organization.  For more than a decade, the use of ICT has challanged HR Departments and traditional ways of practising Human Resource Management.  This field is now known as e-HRM.
  3. 3. HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY WHAT IS e-HRM?  e-HRM is the application of information technology for both net-working and supporting at least two individual or collective actors in their shared performance of HR activities.  On the other hand a broader definition does not demand interaction when defining e-HRM as an umbrella term covering all possible integration mechanisms and contents between HRM and Information Technology aiming at creating value within and across Organizations for employees and management.
  4. 4. HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY WHO USES e-HRM?  It is claimed that two-third of all judiciaries have adopted e-HRM in one form or other.  Large judiciaries have stronger tendency to adopt e-HRM than smaller jurisdictions.  Large judiciaries benefit more from automation, information and collaboration.  Possibility of employees to telecommute predicts e-HRM adoption.
  5. 5. HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY ISSUES IN IMPLEMENTING e-HRM  Adoption of e-HRM has two dimentions: adoption of IT & adoption of HR practices.  Implementation of e-HRM faces similar issues as found in both these fields.  Consequences of e-HRM implementation can be individual, operational, relational and transformational consequences.
  6. 6. HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY PATTERNS OF HR RELATED ICT USE IN JUDICIARY ICT may be used in different parts of HR processes, like:  Recruitment  Selection  Learning & Training
  7. 7. HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY AREAS OF HR RELATED ICT USES  Giving access to Checklists & Templates  Storing appraisal interviewsinformation  Systemized sorting of job candidates  Producing employee competence profiles  Trainings
  8. 8. HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY KIND OF ICT USED IN HR WORK  No or simple 'Home-made' Systems  Staff Administration Systems  Free Online Software  Off the Shelf HR Systems  Large Made to Order HR systems
  9. 9. HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY THREE TYPES OF HR RELATED ICT USE  Keeping Track of Information  Keeping Track of Processes  Keeping Track of Talent
  10. 10. HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY USE OF ICT IN TRAINING  Audio  Video  Computers, tablets and mobile devices  Blogging  Webcams  Screencasting
  11. 11. HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY Cont..  Combining technology  Virtual classroom  Learning management system  Learning content management system  Computer-aided assessment  Electronic performance support systems (EPSS)
  12. 12. HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY DISCUSSION  Organization's use of ICT should be viewed as part of their general HR work.  At some point ICT transgress from being adapted to the Hr strategy towards becoming the driver of HR strategy.  ICT has an active part in profiling the individual employees in competence.
  13. 13. HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY CONCLUSION  Use of ICT in HR as well as in other departments of Judiciaries is bound to increase day by day.  The external developments taking place in the e-World have direct bearing on use of ICT in HR departments of Judiciaries.  e-HRM is here to stay. Sooner we adopt it; its' better for the Employees, Organization and other Stakeholders.
  14. 14. HRM RELATED USE OF ICT IN JUDICIARY THANKS TALWANT SINGH PRINCIPAL JUDGE FAMILY COURTS DELHI (INDIA)

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