Investigating the Link between Web Data Mining and Strategic Human Resources Planning

Hanadi Al-Zegaier, Hasan Ali Al-Zu’bi, Samer Barakat

Abstract


This study aims to investigate the the link between web data mining and strategic human resources planning - an application of web-based data mining that integrates online data collection and data mining in developing strategies for human resource planning. The study aims to focus particularly on web mining which may benefit societal areas by extracting new knowledge, providing support for decision making and empowering the effective management of societal issues. The study population consists of top staff in management information systems and business administration departments at the housing bank. A simple random sampling technique was used to select the respondents surveyed for this study with a total of 33 questionnaires administered to respondents chosen from 180 branches. Statistical tools were used to test the hypothesis. The findings of this study indicates that there are significant relationship between web data mining usage and the importance of strategic human resources planning; the study also shows that web data mining has a significant impact and use on Strategic human resources planning.


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