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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- November 30, 2023, 13.45 hrs., location S-505
Sargam Garg (California State University)
- January 11, 2024, 13.45 hrs., location S-8
Chidiebere Ogbonnaya (University of Kent)
- January 18, 2024, 13.45 hrs., location CUBE 212
Arnold Bakker (Erasmus University)
- February 8, 2024, 13.45 hrs., location S-8
- March 14, 2024, 13.45 hrs., location S-505
Kenn Meyfroodt (Ghent University)
- April 11, 2024, 13.45 hrs., location S-505
Stefan Berger (University of Groningen)
- June 6, 2024, 13.45 hrs., location S-8
Sven Hauff (University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg)
- September 28, 2023, 13.45 hrs., location S-505
Felix Bölinger (LMU München)
- October 5, 2023, 13.45 hrs., location S-8
Bennie Linde (NWU, South Africa)
Laura Cortellazzo (Ca’ Foscari University Venice)
- June, 1, 2023, 13:45 hrs., location S-505
Elise Marescaux (IESEG School of Management)
- June 8, 2023, 13:45 hrs., location S-505
Neil Conway (University of London)
- March 23, 2023, 13:45 hrs., location S-505
Mengwei Li, PhD candidate (University of Kansas)
- January 19, 2023, 13:45 hrs., location S-505
Katja Möhring (University of Mannheim)
- February 9, 2023, 13.45 hrs., Zoom meeting
Professor Anne Rosken (University of St. Gallen)
- February 16, 2023, 13:45 hrs., location S-505
Calum Carson (Manchester Metropolitan University)
- December 15, 2022, 13:45 hrs., location S-505
Dr. Sergio Mérida-López (University of Malaga)
- December 5, 2022, 14:00-16:00 hrs., location S-8
Professor Peter Bamberger (Tel Aviv University): Publishing a non-standard research paper
- November 29, 2022, 13:00-15:00 hrs., location S-8
Professor Peter Bamberger (Tel Aviv University): Framing a research paper
- December 1, 2022, 13:45 hrs., location S-505
Dr. Djurre Holtrop (Tilburg University)
- November 17, 2022, 11:00 hrs., location S-505
Professor Marylene Gagne (Curtin University, Australia)
- November 17, 2022, 13:45 hrs., location S-505
Professor Jannine Williams (Queensland University, Australia)
- October 27, 2022, 10:45 hrs., location S-505
Professor Philippe Dubreuil, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada
- June 16, 2022, 13:45 hrs., via Zoom
Professor Karina M. Nielsen (Sheffield University)
- May 19, 2022, 13:45 hrs., location S-505
Professor Marco Guerci (University of Milan)
- April 19, 2022, 12:45 hrs., location Pavilion K-7
Professor Peter Bamberger (Tel Aviv University School of Management)
Overview all seminars Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Marianne van Woerkom appointed as professor of Positive Psychological Perspective on Human Resource Studies30th August 2023
The chair focuses on how organizations can improve the well-being and development of employees, but indirectly also that of, for example, students or patients.
Tilburg University researchers conduct experiment during Lowlands Science 202315th June 2023
Several researchers from the Human Resource Studies department have joined forces to conduct a unique experiment during Lowlands Science. Festival visitors are invited to hit the dance floor and participate in the experiment, which is all about collaboration.
New research into effectiveness of reintegration policy for long-term sick workers03rd January 2023
Professor of Labor Expertise Roland Blonk has received a ZonMW grant for research into the effectiveness of reintegration policies in the second track, for long-term sick employees.
Connecting HRM and social security helps solve major labor market issues14th September 2022
In order to solve the major problems on the labor market, we need a new infrastructure in which finding work and moving within the labor market goes smoothly and with new securities. Both the government and employers will have to take action, but not without taking into account the interests of each other and of the (potential) employee.
Will you contribute to the discussion on sustainable careers for flex workers?25th August 2022
On September 6, 2022, some of our colleagues, dr. Sanne Nijs and prof. dr. Charissa Freese will be part of this discussion at DLF Lab. DLF Lab will be organising an event where practice and theory will actively engage with each other on how we can contribute to sustainable careers for flex workers.
Employers’ attitude, intention, skills and barriers in relation to employment of vulnerable workers19th August 2022
Little is known why some organizations employ vulnerable workers and others do not. Results show that inclusive organizations had less barriers reflected by better financial results, more employment opportunities and more appropriate work tasks.
knowledge workers experience more advantages from working at home13th August 2022
Research on knowledge workers during the Covid period has shown that just over half; 57% experience more advantages than disadvantages from working at home.
Among others, our colleague, prof. dr. Marc van Veldhoven, conducted research in several countries during the Covid period and the results show that the picture is differentiated, there is no universal reaction to working from home.
'Eight million euros will be available to tackle major problems in our society.'27th July 2022
Tilburg University wants to use eight million euros to tackle the big problems in our society.
Our colleague Prof. Dr. Irmgard Borghouts hopes that this will succeed in bringing about structural changes in the labor market.
Professor Irmgard Borghouts and professor Charissa Freese will deliver their inaugural address21st July 2022
Professor Irmgard Borghouts and professor Charissa Freese will deliver their inaugural address, entitled:
Towards new securities on an inclusive labor market: The interplay between HRM & Social Security
Framework for shaping hybrid working methods; Freedom within a framework15th July 2022
What things do HR professionals face when it comes to implementing hybrid working? And what should they consider? This is described in the figure below.