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A Quantitative Approach Towards Business-to-Employee Management and its Impact on Organization

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 11547-11556

Keywords : Business-to-Business; Business-to-Consumers; Business-to-Employee; E-Business;

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The established e-business literature body focuses mainly on e-business types of Business-to - Business (B2B) and Business-to-Consumers (B2C). By contrast, in the scholarly literature, Business-to-Employee (B2E) is relatively less emphasised. This reflects an evolving field, considering the lack of interest paid to B2E programs, and has the power to influence organizations substantially. B2E systems typically employ intercorporate networks that enable businesses to provide valuable services, knowledge or products for their dispersed employees. Regrettably, their usage in organizational environments has not been objectively examined and published in the existing academic literature amid an increasing need for incorporating B2E solutions. It was argued that evaluating employees' use of B2E solutions is a major concerned topic of research because it is unlikely that the advantage emerging from introducing such solutions will be realized when they are not satisfactorily transferred among employee community. The study results offer insightful explanations of the effect of many variables on the employees' low usage of the site. More precisely, portal usefulness was shown to be a dynamic concept composed essentially of two prevailing aspects all of which are in effect affected by organization help. The discovery of these dimensions denotes a significant contribution to this work.

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