Burlington, MA (PRWEB) February 1, 2006
Entering its 10th year of publication, the IHRIM Journal is now available exclusively in a convenient online format at http://www.ihrimjournal.com. The transition from print was made as a result of reader requests over the last several years to publish a resource that would better assist HR technology professionals and academia with their research efforts. The Journal’s new expanded features bring added value to subscribers. In addition to six completely new issues each year, subscribers have unlimited access to:
· Searchable archives,
· Timely book and article reviews,
· Interviews with HR thought leaders,
· Just-in-time articles and links to many other HR educational tools, and
· Easy to print articles in PDF format plus the availability of high quality reprints.
The IHRIM Journal is published to build a recognized body of knowledge targeted to current and emerging thought leaders and senior management, and its content is focused on increasing individual and organizational effectiveness in the workplace through visionary and evolving uses of technology.
This resource fosters innovative and strategic thinking in the field of human resource information systems. It is also a forum for high-level (i.e., executive-level, not broad-brush) discussion and debate of current and controversial issues. The Journal targets multinational and regional differences around the world, and is an exceptional vehicle to attract authors and readers in related fields outside of human resources and information systems.
Bob Stambaugh, IHRIM Journal co-founder and co-founder of the IHRIM association was an avid proponent of an online Journal, and was working towards launching the new site when he died in December 2005. “While we all were so saddened by Bob’s sudden passing, we knew he would have wanted us to continue to launch the new online Journal,” said Tom Faulkner, IHRIM Journal publisher and managing editor. “I think Bob would have been pleased with this new product and even more pleased with the enhancements yet to come.” Faulkner added that the 2006 IHRIM Journal issues would be dedicated to Bob Stambaugh.
The IHRIM Journal is available in a one-year subscription and a temporary, five-day subscription – both at a significant discount to IHRIM members at http://www.ihrimjournal.com.
The Journal confirms the association’s position as a true pacesetter in knowledge sharing in the HR and HR Systems functions. For more information about IHRIM (International Association for Human Resource Information Management) and its products and services, please visit http://www.ihrim.org.
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