Continuing the interdisciplinary exchange between the fields of organization studies and employment relations from two preceding EGOS sub-themes in 2017 and 2018, next year’s theme concentrates on the ideologies, struggles and solutions around the labour dimension of the sustainable organization. We invite contributions that explore how labour shapes and is shaped by questions of organizational sustainability and what this means… Continue Reading.
We welcome papers with a wide range of contributions, including new theoretical insights, new concepts or models as well as new methods of data collection and analysis. We welcome both conceptual and empirical papers; however we discourage simple literature reviews that do not synthesize the current research and do not present any conceptual framework or testable propositions. We would also not accept simple descriptive… Continue Reading.
How will people work in 2040 and beyond? How do we make sense now of the societal, economic and environmental pressures that will impact work in the future? As we approach the third decade of the 21st century, the world of work is facing deep uncertainty. This special issue asks us to respond to the question of how do we… Continue Reading.
The feature topic will contain papers by invitation and papers by submission to this open call for papers. The invited papers currently cover topics related to: existing author motivations to use templates; how do templates develop and how are they maintained; relationship between templates, rigor, scientific reasoning, and the unintended (negative) consequences for theorizing and scientific advancement; and devising scientific,… Continue Reading.
In this special issue, we seek to advance the theoretical and practical significance of the role of affect in interpersonal exchange processes at work by studying when, why, and how different forms of affect (i.e., discrete emotions, positive affect, negative affect, emotional regulation, emotional labor, emotional intelligence, affective tone and emotional climate) emerge and shape different forms of interpersonal exchange processes (such as leader-member… Continue Reading.
The Emotions and Cognitions in the Rough workshop (ECR) provides an excellent opportunity to discuss your research in an informal and collegial roundtable setting. ECR is intended to help PhD students, ECRs and senior scholars develop a research paper in the field of management (e.g., OB and HRM). Each roundtable will have 2-3 facilitators to give feedback on 2-3 early-stage… Continue Reading.
The theme for the 2018 Labour, Employment and Work Conference (LEW2018)conference is ‘Work and Wellbeing’. The organising committee is happy to consider further paper submissions on the four key streams at the conference.
The contemporary sharing economy (more popularly known as ‘the gig economy’), underpinned by digital platforms and artificial intelligence, has enabled matching capital to investor and entrepreneur, consumer to provider and skills to employer. In addition to disrupting industries, the sharing economy has created both opportunities and challenges for employment (Murillo et al., 2017; Sundararajan, 2016) by enabling non-conventional forms of… Continue Reading.