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38TH WORKSHOP ON STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
CHALLENGES FOR HRM IN THE NEXT GENERATION

PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC, APRIL 27-28, 2023
CHAIRPERSONS

INTERNATIONAL CHAIRPERSONS:

Professor Michael SEGALLA - HEC Paris, France
Professor Bruno STAFFELBACH - University of Lucerne, Switzerland


LOCAL CHAIRPERSON:

Professor Daniela PAUKNEROVA - Faculty of Business Administration
Prague University of Economics and Business

OBJECTIVES

This workshop was created over thirty years ago to exchange qualitative, quantitative, and theoretical research in all areas of strategic human resource management.  Since the early days these have grown tremendously to include nearly all areas of organisation life including:  employee engagement, the digital transformation of HRM functions, employee data privacy, and the ethical issues related to AI and machine learning to manage recruitment, selection, performance monitoring, compensation, learning, and engagement. With the digital generation entering the labour market, new HRM approaches and strategies need to be implemented.  A special feature of the workshop are invitations extended to high-level HRM executives to share the concerns of the corporate world with our participants.  This helps create a rich exchange that can guide our research so that it is relevant and useful to HRM professionals.

Our workshop accepts papers in all stages of development (dissertation proposals, research in progress, and completed research) and we occasionally collect the best of these for a special issue in a reputable journal.  The last special issue will be published (June 2021) as a book by Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group titled, International Perspectives on Employee Engagement.

CALL FOR PAPERS

We invite researchers to submit papers that explore Strategic HRM issues from both theoretical and practical perspectives.  


Possible sub-topics include:

  • The Impact the Pandemic on HRM
  • Digital HRM Transformation
  • Recruitment, Selection, and Onboarding
  • Performance Management and Engagement
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Training and Development
  • HRM in Strategy Implementation
  • International HRM
  • HRM in Developing Countries
  • HRM in Small, Rich Economies
  • HR in Network Organizations
  • Sustainable Human Resource Policies
  • HRM and Social Networking
  • HRM and New Forms of Organisations
  • HRM and Diversity Management
  • HRM, Knowledge Management, and Innovation
  • Well-being in HRM
  • Intergenerational cooperation
  • Toxic workplaces
  • Flexible employment

 

Those who are interested in presenting a paper at the workshop should submit a
abstract 
(length of the abstract: 3 to 5 pages)

by

February 1st , 2023

To be accepted, proposals MUST be submitted through this website

All submissions must be in English.

Please click HERE to submit on line

ACCOMMODATION - REGISTRATION

ACCOMMODATION

Here are two hotel suggestions. These hotels are close to each other and are located near the university as well as the city center.

All details will be posted soon.

LOCATION

The workshop will take place in the premises of the

Prague University of Economics and Business
nám. W. Churchilla 1938/4, 130 67 Praha 3 - Žižkov