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The Application Prospects of Blockchain Technology in Human Resource Management

Jingting Lai


With the development of the times and the rapid progress of science and technology, blockchain technology has been widely used in various industries. With the intensification of social competitiveness, the employment situation in the job market in recent years is more severe. For employers, using blockchain technology to help human resource management can improve work efficiency while saving related resource costs. Therefore, blockchain technology has also been widely used in human resource management. This article will conduct a more in-depth analysis and research on the application prospects of blockchain technology in human resource management in the future.


Blockchain Technology; Human Resource Management; Application Prospects

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/mmf.v4i4.2782