Artificial intelligence (AI) affects human resource management (HRM), and in so doing, it is transforming the nature of work, workers and workplaces. While AI-assisted HRM is increasingly considered a strategy for improving organizational productivity, the academic literature has not yet offered a strategic framework to guide HR managers in adopting and implementing it. However, existing research in this area offers an opportunity to build such a framework. This systematic review of 67 peer-reviewed articles helps to achieve this objective. We critically examine the organizational and employee-centric outcomes of AI-assisted HRM and develop a strategic framework to guide its practice and future research.
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- AI-assisted HRM
- Firm-level outcomes
- Organizational impacts