عنوان مقاله [English]
Human resources are the most important factor of production and the most important capital for the development and development of any country This research has also sought to explain the development model of the system supporting electronic performance with the human resource rewarding approach in governmental organizations. The research method was mixed. The statistical population of the present study was qualitative, experts in the field of support of electronic performance and value creation of human resources of governmental organizations, in the small part also were senior staff of public organizations in Ardabil province. Sample size in the qualitative section of 24 people was selected through targeted sampling and snowball interviews, and in the small part, 278 of the senior staff members of public organizations in Ardebil province were selected by proportional allocation sampling method.The instruments used in the qualitative section were structured interviews and semi-structured interviews, and in the quantitative section, a questionnaire. Data were analyzed using SPSS and PLS software. According to research findings, research structures were satisfactory Also, all components of the electronic performance support system offered in the human resource value creation were desirable.
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