Jihad Fraij, Ashraf Aldabbas, Várallyai László
This study intended to examine the implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) in recruitment and selection (R&S) and how it may affect Human resources Management (HRM). For this, researchers combed through a database of indexed scientific articles and conference materials to gather their findings. The decision was also made to conduct a questionnaire among HR professionals and managers to better understand how the tool is being used in the recruiting and selection process, as well as the implications for HRM. Between March and May this year, a survey questionnaire was used to gather data. A total of 300 forms were filled out in this study. For this study, a quantitative descriptive analysis was conducted to examine the attitudes and perceptions of Human Resources (HR) professionals towards AI, as well as its utilization in recruitment and selection processes. According to the findings of this study, respondents are optimistic about the potential advantages that artificial intelligence (AI) might offer to the process of recruiting and selecting job prospects, but the lack of reliable research findings in the field was confirmed. It is anticipated that the issues raised in this article will lead to more theoretical and empirical investigations into the relationship between AI and HRM.
Artificial Inelegance, Human Resources Management, Recruitment, Selection, Electronic Human Resources Management
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Jihad Fraij, Ashraf Aldabbas, Várallyai László. (2022) Awareness of The Impact and Usage of Artificial Intelligence in Human Resources Practices: A Developing Country Case Study. International Journal of Economics and Management Systems, 7, 579-593