More research is needed to better understand the role of language for different areas of IHRM. This special issue aims to advance theory and understanding in this area. Studies that utilize qualitative, quantitative, or mixed-method designs and investigate language from micro, meso, or macro levels are welcome. Topics can be examined from different theoretical groundings and perspectives.
Researchers interested in studying emotions in organizational settings are invited to submit papers for the Thirteenth International Conference on Emotions and Worklife (‘Emonet XIII’), to be held in Lancaster, England, UK, June 29 – 30, 2021. The conference is organized by the Emonet e-mail discussion group, an international network of scholars working in this field, established in January, 1997, and… Continue Reading.
This special issue of Human Resource Management invites HR scholars to reflect on the implications of environmental disruptions to organizational HR systems, and thereby make novel contributions to the literature of Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM). Despite the notable achievements made over the last four decades, SHRM scholarship still has many areas for further development. This special issue intends to… Continue Reading.
Given the emerging state of the field, this special issue invites papers that generate theoretical insights, empirical findings, and evidence-based recommendations on how organizations can effectively tackle the challenges arising from managing gender equity and equality in and across different country contexts. Single country studies will not be a priority for this special issue. Although women are still the primary… Continue Reading.
Deadline for Submissions: 31 January 2021 The issue will consider infrastructure development more critically post Covid-19. The subjects to be addressed are very broad and you may find a viewpoint to focus your paper on. Papers can be conceptual, theoretical or empirical contributions on infrastructure projects in any sector (existing or emerging).
This special issue will explore the impact of time and space on human resource management (HRM) in multinational enterprises (MNEs), including both profit and non-profit organisations. We seek empirical papers – both quantitative and qualitative – that advance our understanding of the varieties of temporal-spatial contexts and their impacts on managing people in MNEs.
The Journal of Business Research will publish a special issue containing selected papers on examining the effects of childhood experiences on adult behaviour and outcomes in relation to business decisions, processes and activities.