News and Events Department Human Resource Studies
Approximately 10 times a year, we invite prominent international and national scientists to present their work for our staff, master students and interested professionals. During a seminar, the work of the specific scientist will be discussed on a collegial manner.
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- 31 October, 13.45 hrs., location S-505
Dr. Miel van Vugt (Tranzo)
Title: Realistic research on complex social programs: a short introduction, an empirical example, and an open discussion about the promises for human resource studies
23 January, 12.30 hrs., location S-505
Thomas van Waeyenberg (KU Leuven)
27 February, 14.45 hrs., location S-8
Jackie Coyle-Shapiro (LSE)
26 March, 13.45 hrs., location S-505
Robert Kase (University of Ljubljana)
9 April, 13.45 hrs., location S-505
Thomas Bredgaard (Aalborg University)
23 April, 13.45 hrs., location S-505
Karina Nielsen (University of Sheffield)
14 May, 13.45 hrs., location S-505
Bernadeta Goštautaitė (Norwegian Business School)
11 June, 13.45 hrs., location S-505
Seminar HRS: Saskia Crucke (Gent University)
25 June, 13.45 hrs., location S-505
Tina Davidson (Erasmus University)
Overview all seminars Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
HRS Masterstudent Marjolein Karsmakers nominated for David van Lennep Thesis Prize02nd January 2020
Our masterstudent Marjolein Karsmakers has been nominated for the David van Lennep Thesis Prize. Her master thesis "The Impact of an Organizational Change Process on Employee Motivation: Evaluating Autonomy, Competence and Relatedness" has been submitted by her professors Prof. Dr. Rene Schalk & Dr. Charissa Freese, and is now in the running for winning this prize for exceptionally good master theses in the field of psychology of work, career and organization.
PhD candidate wins HRM Societal Impact Prize at Dutch HRM Network Conference24th December 2019
On November 14 and 15, the 11th Dutch HRM Network Conference was organized in Tilburg. Besides being honored to have had Peter Boxall as the keynote speaker, this edition had the highest number of participants ever: 270, and a record number of international guests. Our PhD candidate Sjanne-Marie van den Groenendaal won the Dutch HRM Societal Impact Prize worth €3.000 during this event, for her research about self-employed workers.
Jaap Paauwe interviewed by RTL Z23rd December 2019
On December 6, Jaap Paauwe was interviewed by RTL Z on performance reviews. He and Tosca Gort discussed how these conversations can be optimized. Jaap explains how in the traditional form of performance reviews, people are confronted with their weaknesses, which is very demotivating.