[AISWorld] CFP - AMCIS Mini-Track on Human Resource Information Systems and Human Computer Interaction

Johnson, Richard rjohnson at albany.edu
Tue Jan 15 16:09:38 EST 2019


***The Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 2019: Mini-Track on Human Resource Information Systems & Human Computer Interaction ***

Date and Place: August 15-17, 2019, Cancun, Mexico https://amcis2019.aisconferences.org/

Paper submission deadline: March 1, 2019


Human Resource Information Systems & Human Computer Interaction


Human Computer Interaction


Human resource information systems (HRIS) are an information systems used to "acquire, store, manipulate, analyze, retrieve, and distribute information regarding an organization's human resources" (Kavanagh & Johnson, 2017, p. 8). Because these systems store and use about applicants, employees, and other stakeholders, they have the potential to affect employee communication, work processes, and outcomes. In addition, social media tools are increasingly being used by organizations and employees to support work and to make employment decisions. Therefore, it is important to develop theories and research regarding the design and use of these systems, and how they may affect personal and organizational effectiveness.

Sample Topics of Interest

*        Employee adoption and acceptance of HRIS

*        Use of social media to make employment decisions

*        Impact of HRIS on fairness perceptions of employment decisions

*        The use of virtual reality and virtual worlds in training and development

*        Interface Design and HR Decision-Making

*        Interface design and applicant and employee attitudes, behavior and performance

*        Usability of Desktop or Mobile HR apps

*        Employee and applicant privacy in system design

*        B2C e-commerce and employee benefits (e.g. flex benefits, healthcare, etc.)

*        Behavioral, cognitive, motivational, and affective aspects of HCI in HRIS Design

*        Gender and Ethnic differences in acceptance of HR systems

We welcome conceptual, empirical, and design-oriented contributions for this mini-track. Papers must be submitted through the conference website:  https://amcis2019.aisconferences.org/

The manuscript submission system is now open!

You can find the paper submission guidelines and template here:


Important dates:

- January 7, 2019: Begin of paper submissions

- March 1, 2019: Deadline for paper submissions (at 10:00 am PST)

Minitrack Co-chairs:

- Richard D. Johnson, University at Albany, SUNY

- Kimberly Lukaszewski, Wright State University

- Dianna L. Stone, Univesrity at Albany, SUNY; Virginia Tech; and the University of New Mexico

Richard D. Johnson
Associate Professor & Chair
Director - HRIS Program
Department of Management
School of Business
Univesity at Albany, SUNY
rjohnson at albany.edu<mailto:rjohnson at albany.edu>

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