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Management Information System Tools and Human Resource Management Practices in Selected Commercial Banks in Akwa Ibom State (Published)

This research was conducted to examine the relationship between Management Information System Tools and Human Resource Management Practices in Selected Commercial Banks in Akwa Ibom State. Four objectives and four Research Questions were developed. For the objective of the study to be achieved, four hypotheses were formulated. A survey research design was adopted for the study and a sample size of 181 respondents was drawn from the population of 330. The major instrument for data collection was a structured questionnaire administered to the respondents. Random Sampling Technique was used to pick the size from the population. Data collected were analyzed using simple percentage and Pearson Product Moment Correlation was used in testing the hypotheses. Results showed that there is a significant correlation between system software, Supervisor support and employee network design, and Human Resource Management. Based on the findings of the analysis, it was concluded that Software design, supervisor support, employee network design, business and process knowledge are significant positive determinants of Human resource management. Commercial Banks that consider the application of management information system dimensions are likely to record a better HRM Key Performance Indicators (KPI); Recruitment & Selection, Training & Development, Performance Management and Appraisal Processes, and Compensation and Benefits. Although all four (4) management information system dimensions were strongly correlated, the coefficient for business and process knowledge was seen as the dimension that had the highest significant influence at 0.874 on the human resource. Consequently, it is recommended that Commercial Banks in Akwa Ibom State should help in the development of human resources management information system to measuring goals through training programs.

Citation: Bassey, Ebong Okon and Uwa, Kingsley Lazarus (2022) Management Information System Tools and Human Resource Management Practices in Selected Commercial Banks in Akwa Ibom State, Global Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol.10, No.4, pp.1-16

Keywords: Human Resources Management, Information System, Supervisor Support, System Design, employee network design

Accounting Information System and Management Decision Making: A Case Study of Manufacturing Company in Nigerian (Published)

The study examined the impact of Accounting Information System (AIS) and management decision making. The set out objectives are to; identify how accounting information system controls fraud and mismanagement, and determine how effective accounting information system is to decision making. This research was conducted in Oyo state. 56 manufacturing industries were randomly selected. Data were collected via questionnaire administration while Chi-square (X2) statistics was used for analytical purpose. It was concluded that the use of AIS enhances decision making in manufacturing industries and that there exist a strong relationship between the use of organizations AIS and managerial efficiency. Furthermore, it was revealed that AIS could be used to control fraud and mismanagement.

Keywords: Accounting Information System, Accounting System, Information System, Management Decision Making

Information System Security (ISS) And E-Banking: Market Value Perspective (Review Completed - Accepted)

The Internet has played a key role in changing how we interact with other people and how we do business today. As a result of the Internet, electronic commerce has emerged, allowing businesses to more effectively interact with their customers and other corporations inside and outside their industries. One industry that is using this new communication channel to reach its customers is the banking industry. The electronic banking system addresses several emerging trends: customers’ demand for anytime, anywhere service, product time-to-market imperatives and increasingly complex back-office integration challenges. The challenges that oppose electronic banking are the concerns of security and privacy of information. Therefore, understanding the financial value resulting from ISS investments is critically important to organizations focused on protecting service confidentiality, integrity, and availability in order to preserve firm revenues and reputations. On this basis, the aim of this paper is studying the relationship between e-banking investments in ISS and their market value impacts.

Keywords: Information System, Information Systems Investments, Market Value, Value of Information Security Investments, e-Banking