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.
Extroverted and conscientious employees most 'burdened' by working from home12th October 2021
Prolonged working from home during the corona pandemic has led to less productivity and less happiness at work among employees who score high on the personality traits extroversion and conscientiousness. People who scored low on these characteristics actually improved their work performance over the same period.
Article Em. Prof. Dr. Jaap Paauwe Recognition and Rewards20th September 2021
This summer an interview in Univers Online was published with Jaap Paauwe, emeritus professor HR
Studies and chair of the project ‘Recognition and Rewards’.
Book launch Brigitte Kroon on ‘Evidence based HRM’20th September 2021
Our HRS college Brigitte Kroon, Assistant Professor Human Resource Studies, will launch here book on
the 13th of October. It is titled: ‘Evidence based HRM: What (do) we know about people in workplaces?’