Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Technologies in Logistics and Infrastructure (ICDTLI 2019)

Instruments of human resource management based on the digital technologies in Russia

Authors
Oksana Evseeva, Olga Kalchenko, Svetlana Evseeva, Kristina Plis
Corresponding Author
Oksana Evseeva
Available Online September 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icdtli-19.2019.29How to use a DOI?
Keywords
digitalization; human resource management; recruitment; Russia; digital technologies
Abstract
The article is dedicated to the research on the use of digital instruments in human resource management in the leading Russian companies. The companies were chosen from the leading companies in their business field based on Ranking Top-100 leading companies in Russia on capitalization by the Agency Riarating in 2019. The authors stated that the most extensive for using digital technologies in human resources management at the moment is the e-recruitment process. The instruments of human resource management based on digital technologies in the sphere of e-recruitment were linked with the 10 steps within the process in the chosen companies. Pros and Cons per each of the presented instruments were identified. In the conclusion it is said that digital technologies are actively used by companies around the world for recruitment, adaptation of employees and increase of labor efficiency. Russia is also no exception and is actively involved in these processes. In Russia, almost all large companies - market leaders use digital technologies in HR management, in particular, e-recruitment tools.
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AU  - Oksana Evseeva
AU  - Olga Kalchenko
AU  - Svetlana Evseeva
AU  - Kristina Plis
PY  - 2019/09
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EP  - 154
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