Electronic Human Resources Management and Organisational Effectiveness of Selected Media Houses in Ibadan Nigeria

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Valerie Onyia Babatope, Bisayo Adesikun, Olive Egbuta, Nanle Magaji, Timilehin Olasoji Olubiyi, Modupeola Atoke Adeolu-Akande


This study evaluated the effect of e-HRM dimensions on theorganizational effectiveness of selected media houses in Ibadan, Nigeria.Cross sectional survey research design was adopted for the study. The population of this study consists of all staff three purposively selected media houses and a sample size of 244 was drawn using total enumeration, representing all the staff in the three selected media houses. Simple random sampling technique was employed and well-structured questionnaire was used to gather the data from the sampled respondents. Findings of the study revealed that e-HRM dimensions (e-Recruitment, e-Learning, e- Compensation and e-Performance management) have positive and significant effect on effectiveness in selected media houses in Ibadan Nigeria. (R = 0.933, Adj R2 = 0.869, P < 0.05).The study concluded that electronic human resource contributes greatly towards organizational effectiveness of selected media houses in Ibadan, Nigeria. The study recommendedthat organizations, especially those in the media sector, should focus on ensuring that their administrators are trained effectively on how to carry out recruitment processes electronically. This eases the stress and inefficiencies in hiring processes.

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