Human Resource Information Systems: An Integrating Feature for Advancing Organizational Health in the Tourism Industry



Health is imperative to the well-being and effectiveness of organizations. Given the increasing functional pressure and strain emerging from changing demographics and competition in the tourism industry, their organizational health is considered imperative for sustained efficiency and service robustness. This paper addressed concerns of organizational health from the lens of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) which as discussed, advances improved control and connectedness within the industry; thus, furthering the organizations health objectives in terms of effective communication, cohesion, collaboration, and goal focus. It is the position of this paper that the HRIS offers much more to the functionality of tourism organizations through the role it plays in the linkage of systems and units. The paper therefore affirms to the role of HRIS in advancing a more deliberate and conscious approach towards the management, monitoring and structuring of its human resource; thus, maintaining coherence and stability in the organization.

Keywords: Organizational Health, Human Resource Information Systems, Organizational Stability, Organizational Adaptive Learning.

DOI: 10.7176/IKM/12-2-05

Publication date: February 28th 2022

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