In view of the significant consequences that crises have for human resource management, researchers have begun to look at the HR practices adopted by organizations in times of crisis (Chu and Siu, 2001; Gunnigle et al., 2013; Kim et al., 2013; Sparrow et al., 2013; Teague and Roche, 2014; Zagelmeyer et al., 2012). However, we have witnessed limited research on… Continue Reading.
The objective of this special issue is to examine the role of HRM in supporting emergency workers’ wellbeing whilst they deliver essential services. There is growing evidence amongst HRM scholars that HRM has failed to act as the employee’s champion, especially for emergency workers who are constantly juggling the increasing demand for their services, organisational deadlines, and the high levels… Continue Reading.
DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL 28 FEBRUARY 2021 In this special issue, we call for papers of conceptual or empirical nature that advance our thinking on dynamic capabilities. We invite research that tackles pertinent issues in relation to the theoretical underpinnings of dynamic capabilities and their microfoundations. For more information, click HERE.
We solicit original manuscripts that will provide a clear grounding in literature and scholarship, offering compelling conceptual framework or theoretical models or empirical studies. Potential authors please adhere to the following deadlines. We hope that you will make a contribution to this important issue.
The aim of this special issue is to bring together theoretical and empiricaladvancements in relation to HRM change leadership role in understanding and addressingsustainability challenges. We seek both theoretical and empirical papers, as well as literature reviews and meta-analyses, including interdisciplinary and intersectoral research.