Impact of Human Resource Information System on Firm Financial Performance

  •  Faruk Bhuiyan    
  •  Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman    
  •  Mohammad Osman Gani    


This study analyzed the impact of the applications of human resource information system (HRIS) on firms’ financial performance. Performance estimation models developed based on five years performance related data extracted from annual reports of total 41 (89%) banks operated under four strata: state-owned commercial (9%), specialized (6%), private commercial (63%), and foreign commercial banks (11%) in Bangladesh while multivariate analysis of covariance (MANCOVA) tested to examine the varied corporate financial performance according to ownership patterns. The study found direct and positive relations of HRIS applications with the firm’s financial results. However, the corporate performance does not vary significantly according to the ownership patterns. Moreover, the findings of the study may lead human resource (HR) professionals and other stakeholders to enhance their financial intelligence about its applications in business which may eventually enable them to be strategic partners in the acute global market environment.

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