Reconsidering HRM Theories in the Era of Digitalization

Anna Christina Bos-Nehles, B.W.A. Jongbloed, Wayne Casio (Contributor)

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    We are submitting this symposium proposal (Reconsidering HRM theories in the Era of Digitalization) to the 3rd HRIC conference, as we believe it will be of particular interest for this conference for the following reasons.
    (1) Fit to the general theme of the conference “Navigating the shifting landscapes of HRM” – considering the speed of technological and digital changes, this symposium reconsiders the HRM theories based on configuration and fashion theory to help us improve our understandings of HRM.
    (2) Contributing to the debate about the future of work and employment as a consequence of the gig economy and alternative employment platforms - this symposium concentrates on the consequences of these changes for e.g. gig workers and other stakeholders of talent platforms.
    (3) Contributing to the debate about digital and technological changes as a consequence of artificial intelligence and automation - in this symposium we focus on how digital changes require redesigns of jobs by reconsidering the various job characteristics for employees in these contexts and take a look into the reactions and acceptance of employees by trying to understand their mindsets about digital changes.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 10 Jan 2019
    Event3rd HR Division International Conference, HRIC 2019 - DCU Business School, Dublin, Ireland
    Duration: 9 Jan 201911 Jan 2019
    Conference number: 3


    Conference3rd HR Division International Conference, HRIC 2019
    Abbreviated titleHRIC


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