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8TH EIASM REWARD MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE
REWARDS IN TURBULENT TIMES

VLERICK BUSINESS SCHOOL BRUSSELS - BELGIUM - DECEMBER 1-2, 2022
HOSTED BY

https://www.vlerick.com/en/

ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Conny Herbert ANTONI
University of Trier, Germany

Xavier BAETEN
Vlerick Business School, Belgium

David B. BALKIN
Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado, Boulder, U.S.A.

Stephen J. PERKINS
Global Policy Institute - London Metropolitan University, U.K.

Jason D. SHAW 
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Matti VARTIAINEN
Work Psychology and Leadership - Department of Industrial Engineering and Management - Aalto University School of Science, Finland

CONFERENCE THEME

More than ever, we are living in a transforming world, implying challenges but also opportunities. In this respect and without having the ambition of being complete, let us highlight four societal trends. Firstly, we are in the midst of a climate crisis, implying a huge need for ambition, innovation and specific competencies. Secondly, digital transformation is reaching its full speed, together with the mainstreaming of Artificial Intelligence. In its turn, this provides challenges regarding the human-machine interaction. Thirdly, we see strong equality movements, bringing the topic of diversity, equity and inclusion high on the agenda of organisations. Fourthly, in order to tackle the menioned societal challenges, organisations need to reinvent their relations with and approach towards stakeholders. Stakeholder engagement, stakeholder participation (beginning with own employees) and (re)considering the organisation’s purpose, have become a key topic. On top of all this, the global pandemic has provided a huge experiment in homeworking, and has further stressed the importance of employee wellbeing and care.

All this has important implications for the way organisations address HR and more specifically rewards, now and in the future. Just to mention a few examples: inclusion of ESG (environment, social, governance) criteria in incentive contracts, equal pay, reward customisation/personalisation, the use of reward data, hybrid working, the new workplace, employee health and vitality, present versus deferred compensation (e.g., pension plans, coverages), and many others.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

The 8th Reward Management Conference welcomes all papers dealing with relevant recent research in the field of rewards, whether it being theoretical, empirical, or case-based. We welcome research from over all parts of the world, as this will provide a truly intercultural perspective. Research dealing with the aforementioned topics is extremely welcome, but the conference is also open to other interesting research in the field of rewards.

The key target audience of the conference consists of academics. But the conference also wants to embrace a stakeholder-driven approach. In this respect, it also welcomes HR and reward professionals, consultants, union representatives and other interested parties. Specific attention will be paid to organising sessions during which these stakeholders can put forward and exchange on their opinions and needs.

CALL FOR PAPERS

The submission deadline is over.

PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITIES

Following on the success following the previous conferences in publishing selected papers in a journal special edition or edited books, the Organising Committee will explore similar opportunities for the 2021 conference.

 

In the past, the following Special Issues and edited Books have been produced:

  • Reward Management – Linking Employee Motivation and Organizational Performance’’, Journal of Personnel Psychology, 16, 2017. Antoni, C.H. et al. (eds.)
  • Reward management. International Studies of Management and Organization, 42, 2012. Antoni, C. H. (Ed.)
  • Reward Management in Europe, Thunderbird International Business Review, 52 2010. S. Perkins and M. Vartiainen (eds.)
  • Pay and reward systems – Theoretical approaches and empirical outcomes. Lengerich: Pabst. (2011). Antoni, C.H. et al. (eds.)
  • The Routledge Companion to Reward Management - ed. Stephen J. Perkins, published January 2019

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

The programme is available HERE

PRACTICALITIES

LOCATION

The conference will take place in the premises of the Vlerick Business School in Brussels.
(Bolwerklaan 21 - bus 32 - 1210 Brussels )

TIMING

The conference programme will start on December 1, 2022 (around 8:30am CET) and end on December 2 , 2022 (around 5 pm CET)


ACCOMMODATION

The below hotel is located at less than 50 m from the Vlerick University

Thon Hotels - Brussels City Center
Avenue du Boulevard 17
1210 Brussels

Special Price per night : 145 EUR + daily tax
(upon availability) : Code – Vlerick

To book your room : reservations@thonhotels.be
See details on the hotel HERE

FEES

The fees include participation to the conference, access to the papers and to list of participants, the 2 lunches, morning and afternoon refreshments and the conference dinner.

   
For participants affiliated with an institution that is member or associate member of the EIASM's
Academic Council
326,70 € (including 56,70 € VAT)
For participants coming from another academic institution 423,50 € (including 73,50 € VAT)

Cancellations made before November 2, 2022 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

DOWNLOAD LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

DOWNLOAD ACCEPTED PAPERS

ADMINISTRATION

Ms. Graziella Michelante - EIASM Conference Manager
EIASM - RUE FOSSÉ AUX LOUPS - 38 - BOX 3 - 1000 BRUSSELS - BELGIUM
Tel: +32 2 226 66 62 - Fax:
Email: michelante@eiasm.be