This special issue (SI) will bring together leading scholars in a holistic view of the delivery and implementation of HRM in modern organisations. Debates within HRM journals indicate that there is an under-developed understanding of what a shared HRM function is and in what way HRM agents should cooperate to be most effective. This SI will focus on the collective… Continue Reading.
In today’s increasingly interconnected world, global migration has become a reality that touches nearly all corners of the world. In 2015, there were 244 million migrants globally (19.5 million of them refugees) and this number is expected to increase in the future (United Nations, 2016). Evidence shows that migration can contribute to inclusive and sustainable economic growth and development in… Continue Reading.
With the relative exception of Employee/Industrial Relations, the public sector has been neglected by HRM scholars compared to studies of the corporate sector (Beattie and Waterhouse, forthcoming). Furthermore, and perhaps by way of consequence, politicians and policy makers across the world are informed by the hegemony of HRM models, strategies and practices developed in the business world. This is evident… Continue Reading.
This special issue aims to advance interdisciplinary research and theory on the topic of ‘careers in cities’. By recognizing the importance of urban areas as a context for careers in the 21st century, it seeks to revive and extend interest in the societal and spatial contexts that shape, constitute and are constituted through careers.
This special issue of IJM calls for papers that demonstrate the scholarly output of responsible science in management. For the purpose of this call we define responsible science as managerially relevant research producing credible and reliable knowledge that is either of direct or indirectly useful for addressing problems important to organisations and society. Philosophical considerations in management research have typically… Continue Reading.
The creative industries comprise “industries supplying goods and services that we broadly associate with cultural, artistic, or simply entertainment value” (Caves, 2002: 1) and are typically taken to include architecture and design, film, television, video, radio and publishing, fine arts, music and the performing arts, software and computer gaming, advertising and crafts (DCMS, 2001). In the last two decades, the… Continue Reading.
Accepting Submissions & Proposals for Special Issues. Labour and Industry is the official journal of the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ), and was established in 1987. It is published by Routledge/Taylor and Francis and a new editorial team was appointed in 2016, led by researchers from Massey University Auckland and Victoria University Wellington. The… Continue Reading.