EURAM 2015 conference

Annual 15th EURAM Conference, 17-20 June 2015, Warsaw
Sustainable HRM and Human Factors for Innovation

Organizational strategies that rely on technology to gain competitive advantage are dependent upon successfully integrating humans into the solution. This track focusses on research that deals with human factors and human resource management to harmonize human, social, ecological, and economic resources to realize competitive and sustainable success.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Theoretical Perspectives on Sustainable Human Resource Management
  • Sustainable Human Resource Management: Concepts, Practices and Processes
  • Human, ecological, and economic sustainability and the role of HRM in business organizations and global supply chains
  • Sustainable employer-employee relations and sustainable labour participation
  • Sustainable employability and sustainable careers
  • HRM and sustainability-oriented behaviour at work: paradox and ambidexterity perspectives
  • International comparative developments of Sustainable HRM
  • Synthesis outcomes of sustainable HRM

more info:

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