Información de interés

Green HRM and Sustainable Behavior: New Developments and Challenges (Conferencia)

Cuándo y dónde

  • 12/01/2022

Descripción

17-18 March 2022

Hybrid format: WU Vienna and online

Registration:

Participation is free of charge. Registration is now open until 20 February via the conference website: https://www.wu.ac.at/persm/green-hrm/konferenz-2022

You can submit your paper 16 January 2021 by using the online form on our website: https://www.wu.ac.at/en/persm/green-hrm/konferenz-2022

This international conference on 17-18 March 2022 hosted by the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Vienna) and the University of Augsburg addresses new developments in and challenges for Green HRM and Sustainable Behavior in and of organizations. Since the research field of Green HRM and Sustainable Organizational Behavior has grown quickly, we aim to offer an opportunity for international scholars to present and discuss recent findings of their studies.  In addition, this conference marks the end of our FWF/DFG funded project on “Comparative Green HRM” led by Michael Muller-Camen and Marcus Wagner.

We welcome high quality contributions and work-in-progress submissions across research fields and theoretical backgrounds that advance our understanding of current developments and challenges (e.g. tensions and paradoxes) in the context of Green HRM and Sustainable Behaviors in the workplace. Potential areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

• Theoretical and/or empirical contributions on recent developments and challenges in Green HRM practices and Sustainable Behavior

• Multi-level and comparative perspectives on Green HRM practices, Sustainable Behavior and their respective antecedents and outcomes

• Responses to challenges of Sustainable Behavior that materialize in tensions, contradictions or paradoxes of sustainability

• Nested and multi-level paradoxes that result from the inherent complexity of sustainability in a workplace context as well as preferences, norms, and (dis-)incentives for Sustainable Workplace Behaviors

• Mixed methods approaches for investigating Sustainable HRM/company policies, Sustainable Behaviors, and their interplay

• Research into the process and outcomes of determining key issues and policies for Strategic Green HRM within and between companies

For more details, please visit our website:  https://www.wu.ac.at/en/star/

Contact:

For further information, please contact the organizers Prof. Michael Müller-Camen, michael.muller-camen@wu.ac.at, or Prof. Marcus Wagner, marcus.wagner@wiwi.uni-augsburg.de.