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Paper development events on HRM in times of turbulence and inclusion in the digitized workforce

  • 1.  Paper development events on HRM in times of turbulence and inclusion in the digitized workforce

    Posted 06-05-2020 02:26

    Dear colleagues,


    We have some online events coming up linked to two open calls for papers for special issues in the Human Resource Management Journal (HRMJ):


    • For our special issue on Conceptualising the Nexus between Macro-level 'Turbulence' and the Worker Experience in Human Resource Management we have a meet the editors session on 6 July. This is a great chance to discuss your ideas before submission. You can sign up here. Everyone is welcome.
    • We also have a paper development workshop linked to our special issue on Inclusion in the Digitalized Workplace on 1 September. The aim of this workshop is to provide authors with guidance and expertise in the development of their manuscript for potential submission to the Special Issue. To attend the workshop, you need to submit a 1000 word extended abstract by 1 August. Full details can be found here.


    You can find full details about the SI calls, and our other open calls on our website: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/17488583?tabActivePane=


    HRMJ (published by Wiley) has an impact factor of 2.843 (5-year: 3.100) and is ranked 4/27 (Industrial Relations & Labor) and 77/217 (Management) in the ISI rankings, is rated 4 in the ABS ranking, and A in the ABDC listing.  


    For the latest news and paper notifications as soon as they are released, join us on twitter (@HRMJournal) or LinkedIn.


    On behalf of the editorial teams,



    Dr Rebecca (Bex) Hewett

    Assistant Professor – Human Resource Management

    Academic Director; MSc Human Resource Management


    Associate Editor (Communications) – Human Resource Management Journal

    Follow us @HRMJournal or on LinkedIn


    Rotterdam School of Management
    Erasmus University




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