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Second Call for Papers for a Special Issue of
Human Resources Management Journal
"The role of HRM in refugee workforce integration – Advancing theory and enhancing practice"
Submission deadline 30th April 2019
Luciara Nardon, Carleton University, Canada
Betina Szkudlarek, University of Sydney, Australia
Soo Min Toh, University of Toronto, Canada
The goal of this special issue is to encourage theoretical and empirical developments on human resource management of refugees. We aim to foster a dialogue between human resource management scholars and other fields of research to encourage and facilitate effective strategies for refugee integration in the workplace and in society at large.
With this call, we intend to meet a twofold aim of addressing a topical issue of increasingly global relevance on the one hand, and theoretically advance the field of HRM of international workers on the other. Our call invites submissions addressing these and other relevant topics advancing our understanding of the role of HRM in refugee workforce integration. We welcome submissions from various paradigmatic and methodological traditions and invite interdisciplinary work. We seek contributions from various disciplines, using multiple theoretical frameworks and methodologies. We invite both conceptual and empirical papers.
The full call for papers can be found here:
https://wol-prod-cdn.literatumonline.com/pb-assets/assets/17488583/CFP Refugee Workforce Integration.pdf
The Special Issue will be published in early 2021. Enquiries related to the focus of papers or other queries related to the call for papers should be directed to Luciara Nardon (LuciaraNardon@Cunet.Carleton.Ca), Betina Szkudlarek (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Soo Min Toh (email@example.com).
Enquiries related to the online submission process should be directed to: HRMJ.firstname.lastname@example.org
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