Op 14 en 15 november organiseert het Department of Human Resource Studies van Tilburg University de HRM-Network conference. Aangezien het thema van dit jaar the societal impact of HRM is, willen wij de conferentie en één aspect in het bijzonder nogmaals onder de aandacht brengen:
Societal impact competition
Given that the topic of this year’s Dutch HRM Network Conference is on the societal impact of HRM, we would like to add a new element to the program. To promote the conference theme, we will organize a competition to look for the best idea on how to improve the societal impact of HR research. The format will be for researchers to submit a 750 word proposal to the conference committee. From the submitted proposals, a jury will select a total of 3 who will then be asked to pitch their idea on the final day of the Dutch HRM network conference. There will also be a discussion afterwards whereby the jury will pose questions to presenters followed by a collective discussion and debate. The winner of the best pitched idea will be decided by a jury of HR academics and HR practitioners and will receive a prize of €3,000 to be used in developing and implementing the proposed idea. The winner will also be exposed to media attention via a press release and other mediums to showcase their idea to the broader HR and business community.
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The venue of the conference will be Tilburg University, Tilburg and is organized by the department of Human Resource Studies (HRS). The department of HRS, located in the Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, have expertise and carry out research in the following four themes: 1) The balanced approach to strategic human resource management, 2) Enhancing worker health and wellbeing over the life span 3) The strength-based approach to talent development and lifelong learning, and 4) Inclusive HRM.
Inschrijven voor de conferentie kan via deze link!