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.
Marc van Veldhoven in het Financieele Dagblad: “Knowledge workers in particular run the risk of crossing their own borders”24th November 2020
Het Financieele Dagblad recently published an article, in which various experts give their opinion on the promotion of digital cooperation between employees. In recent times, digital cooperation has become increasingly important, because almost everyone has been asked to work from home in order to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
Marianne van Woerkom in VBS interview: “Increase teacher’s well-being by focussing on their strengths”.24th November 2020
Following the oration of Marianne van Woerkom VBS recently published an interview with her. This publication argues that the emphasis is often put on a person’s shortcomings while more attention should be paid to defining one’s strengths in order to increase well-being.
Karen Pak in Trouw: “Leisure days, extra attention and other senior counselling do not motivate older workers”24th November 2020
On 4 October, a new article, based on doctoral research by our colleague Karen Pak, was published on the website of Trouw.