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Automation is interpreted as the replacement of manual operations by electronics and computer-controlled systems. Human resource management is an indispensable part of every firm be it the space of retail, healthcare, education or any other sector. Activities such as hiring new workers, training, or making sure that local labour laws are obeyed with HR processes and are a crucial part of every organisation. HR has typically been believed of as an extremely manual department procedure. Employees are accustomed to doing this manually and getting the job done themselves. But everything around the HR processes are changing rapidly. HR Automation is a tool for increasing the efficiency of an employment organisation by freeing employees from tedious repetitive tasks and allowing them to focus on more complex assignments such as decision-making and strategy creation. Automation is interpreted as the replacement of manual operations by electronics and computer-controlled systems. By automating regular and routine HR tasks, organisations may lead to significant savings and resources they expend on manual HR processing and preparation. The HR space is being invaded by automation, and any automation that can be implemented will be implemented very quickly. This article is written with the help of Scopus, Web of Science, Google Scholar and Crossref databases. This article will be useful for upcoming researchers, students and managers in the field of HRM across the world.