Study of Human Resource Information System: STING Model

  • Dr. Niranjan Shrivastava, Dr. Shine David


Human Resource Information System evolved in early 70’s in developed economies of
the globe. HRIS in Indian context is developing many companies have started using it
in a past few decades. There are many cities in which these practices are gaining
popularity. The shifts in economy have led to new era of adoption of IT practices and it
has also helped in value creation. The present study being taken in 20 I.T companies
of Indore city which IT hub of central India. The purpose of this research is to explore
the contribution and functionality of HRIS with respect to the perception of employees
in IT industry in Indore region. It also intends to fill the gap between HRM and HRIS
functionalities. Purposive sampling was done, 100 respondents filled the complete
survey instruments. Gender which comprises of 72 Male respondents and 28 Female
respondents engaged as independent variable in the present study. Factor analysis with
Varimax rotation and independent T test on the basis of gender to analyze the data with
help of IBM- SPSS. The reported value of Cronbach’s Alpha .090 and KMO and
Bartlett’s Test provided the sample adequacy be 0.725. . The total variance explained
denotes that as many as 10 factors have been emerged out of the study. Five statements
were significant proving null hypothesis. The findings of the study clearly suggests that
Research findings clearly show that senior HR executives are well aware that they can
increase the efficiency of HR planning through HRIS, saving time and cost. The
Business world globally is picking rapidly machine learning in the human resources
and recruiting space. The present research has helped in identifying the HRIS roles that
lead to productivity i.e. efficiency and effectiveness in organisations. The proposed
model named as “STING Model” for effectiveness and efficiency in business