The Role of Information Systems in the Process Of Motivation. Case Study: Administrative Services of the Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece

Abstract

The human factor is the most important capital of an organization, since its abilities, qualifications and performance can contribute to achieving its goals. The effort of executives to motivate workers to increase their work performance is more pressing than ever given the drop in workforce. The aim of this paper is to highlight the contribution of Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) to the motivation of the administrative staff of the Technological Educational Institution (TEI) of Western Greece. The quantitative method was used, while the research was conducted by using closed-type questionnaires which were distributed to the administrative staff of the TEI of Western Greece. According to the findings of the research, HRIS support the motivation process and help strengthen the role of leading executives in this direction. The importance of HRIS is perceived by employees as they manage to improve working conditions, strengthen collaboration and communication among employees, provide job satisfaction and eventually motivate employees.

Keywords: Human Resources Information Systems., Motivation, motivation methods and techniques


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