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)
11 June, 13:45 hrs., location S-505 - CANCELLED
Seminar HRS: Saskia Crucke (Gent University)
25 June, 13:45 hrs., location S-505 - CANCELLED
Tina Davidson (Erasmus University)
Overview all seminars Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
International research during COVID-19 pandemic: working from home pays off!15th July 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in a lockdown, meant that most employees were temporarily not welcome at their permanent workplace. Working from home appeared to be a major social experiment.
Department HRS: Excellent scores on the Research Assessment15th July 2020
The research group of Human Resource Studies department has achieved an excellent score on all research activities that took place during the years 2013-2018: the group achieved the highest score on both quality and societal impact of research activities (world-leading, excellent).The evaluation and assessment was carried out by an international external review committee of esteemed scientists.
Publication of Karina van de Voorde, Jaap Paauwe and Marc van Veldhoven in Virtual Issue of International Journal of Management Reviews: The COVID-19 Pandemic15th July 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic poses many challenges, not only to society, but to several companies as well. Throughout the past, the International Journal of Management Reviews (IJMR) has frequently reported on studies that are relevant in order to understand how organizations can deal with several challenges, such as the current crisis. The special COVID-19 edition of IJMR contains references to the most relevant articles, and a response from the authors in the context of COVID-19 has been included as well.