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HRMJ latest issue: Is HR over-psychologized? What are the implications of the gig economy for HRM?

  • 1.  HRMJ latest issue: Is HR over-psychologized? What are the implications of the gig economy for HRM?

    Posted 17 days ago

    Dear colleagues,

     

    You might be interested in the first 2020 issue of the Human Resource Management Journal. In this issue we have a range of stimulating empirical and theoretical papers, many free to access:

     

     

    You might also be interested in this call for papers for a special issue on "relevant, rigorous and reflective knowledge creation in HRM through scholar-stakeholder collaborative research" (deadline 30 April 2021) edited by Marco Guerci, Tony Huzzard, Giovanni Radaelli, and Abraham B. (Rami) Shani.

     

    You can access all papers, as well as more online previews, via our website: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/17488583/2020/30/1

    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 team,

     

    Dr Rebecca (Bex) Hewett

    Assistant Professor – Human Resource Management

     

    Associate Editor (Communications) – Human Resource Management Journal

    Follow us @HRMJournal or on LinkedIn

     

    Rotterdam School of Management
    Erasmus University

     

    https://www.rsm.nl/people/rebecca-hewett/

     

    Latest papers:

     

    Well it's only fair: How perceptions of manager discretion in bonus allocation affect intrinsic motivation. Journal of Management Studies

     

    Information, beliefs and motivation: The antecedents to HR attributions. Journal of Organizational Behavior