DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 29 FEBRUARY 2020 Recent years have witnessed considerable debate on the topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its impact on potential job losses as well as value creation. The verdict of doomsday pundits is quite clear about the adverse effects of AI on humanity and that AI will gradually take over most jobs that currently exist, leading… Continue Reading.
This Special Issue aims to understand the workplace experiences of individuals with mental illness with a particular emphasis on how HR practices and process may influence these experiences. Drawing upon empirical, theory-driven research, we can better understand the ways in which employees with mental illness experience the workplace and identify the factors that contribute to such experiences. Such advances are… Continue Reading.
We welcome papers that open up and challenge existing ways of thinking about the relationships between learning and processes of identity work (Bell and Bridgman, 2018). We are particularly interested in papers that explore the relationships between identity, difference and learning; not only how people learn not to be different in organizations but also whether organizational processes and outcomes are altered by embracing difference.