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Mrs. Arushi Pande

Dr. Ruchi Maheshwari Bangur

Dr. Vimlesh Tanwar


This study investigates the relationship between the adoption of HR 4.0 technologies and quality hires, focusing on the mediating and moderating effects of skill matching. The hypotheses propose that the adoption of HR 4.0 technologies significantly influences quality hires directly. as well as indirectly through skill matching as a mediating factor and moderating factor. This study explores the significant impact that HR 4.0 technologies have on hiring excellent employees for businesses. This study explains the complex effects of cutting-edge technology tools like automation, machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), and data analytics on the hiring and selection process through a thorough examination of the literature and empirical evidence. These findings highlight the importance of both the adoption of HR 4.0 technologies and the implementation of effective skill matching strategies in enhancing the quality of hires within organizations. Implications for theory and practice are discussed, along with suggestions for future research.


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