Professor Chris BREWSTER - Henley Management School, U.K.
Professor Martin HILB - University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
Professor Dan ONDRACK - University of Toronto, Canada
Professor Michael SEGALLA - HEC School of Management, France
Professor Pawan BUDHWAR - Aston Business School, Birmingham, U.K.
|OBJECTIVE AND CALL FOR PAPERS
The field of HRM has now evolved world-wide and perhaps matured in the western developed nations. Considering the rapid pace of globalisation, developments in emerging markets, expansion of the European Union and the growing uncertainties in the world, it is now time to examine the emerging HRM issues in the present dynamic business context.
Issues such as what aspects of HRM and in what context contribute towards firms' performance; relevance of established models of HRM in different contexts; HRM systems in new sectors such as knowledge based; outsourcing of HR; and ethical issues and HRM.
Submissions are invited of conceptual, theoretical and empirical nature adopting different methodologies from diverse sectors and possible countries which can help to highlight the context-specific nature of HRM systems in the present era.
Proposals for presentations are invited for the 21st SHRM WORKSHOP which present research or theory on any of the following themes related to HRM:
* Strategic HRM - increasing strategic nature of HRM, its impact on organizational achievements, role, status and nature of HRM function and the way forward
* HRM and Firms' Performance - empirical evidence to further cement such developments, especially in the non UK/US context; methodological issues; and the way forward.
* International HRM - expansion of emerging school of thought from the focus on MNCs to cross-cultural and comparative HRM. Increased emphasis on examining HRM systems of emerging markets; and issues related to transfer of HRM across national boundaries.
* HRM and Other Emerging Issues - HR issues related to outsourcing; HRM,innovation and learning organizations; ethical issues and HRM.
Please click HERE to download the programme.
The workshop will start at around 8:30 a.m. on March 30 to end around 5pm on the following day.
The workshop will take place in the premises of Aston University . The meeting rooms are located in Nelson Building (No 6 on the campus map : http://www.aston.ac.uk/about/directions/campus.jsp)
Here are some useful information to reach Aston University :
Here are 2 hotels suggestions (located in the workshop surroundings)
1. Hotel Campanile:
Charges for 1 night : £50.50 (excluding breakfast).
For breakfast: £5.95
Campanile General Manager is now N Playoust
Tel +44-121 359 3330
Fax +44-121 359 1223
All rooms are double rooms and two people can share them at the above price.
2. Hotel Premier Travel Inn
Full Breakfast £6.95 Light £5.25
Tel +44-870 2383312
Fax +44-121 333 6490
3. Accommodation with Aston Conference Centre:
Bed & Breakfast, Economy, single occupancy = £60 + VAT
Bed & Breakfast, Standard, = £85 + VAT
Reservation Contact details:
E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (person in charge = Alex)
This accommodation is available on first come basis as I have not reserved anything.
The fees include participation to the Workshop, workshop documents, lunches, the workshop dinner and morning and afternoon refreshements.
Before March 1, 2006
After March 1, 2006
|For participants affiliated with an institution that is member or associate member of the EIASM's
|360 € (Exclusive of VAT)
||420 € (Exclusive of VAT)
|For participants coming from another academic institution
||425 € (Exclusive of VAT)
||500 € (Exclusive of VAT)
Cancellations made before March 20, 2006 will be reimbursed minus 20% of the total fee. No reimbursement will be possible after that date.
Payments should be made by :
- The following credit cards: Visa or Eurocard/Mastercard/Access
Ms. Graziella Michelante - EIASM Conference Manager
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