Do-it-yourself human resources

Roberts, Bill
November 1997
Network World;11/10/97, Vol. 14 Issue 45, p19
Trade Publication
Discusses the efficiency of Applied Materials Inc.'s intranet-based set of self-service applications. Average time in filling up online forms; Trend toward self-service in human resources; Evolution of self-service on voice recognition in 1996; Goal of Applied Materials in improving human resources productivity through the installation of its intranet; Use of packaged applications from PeopleSoft Corp.


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