Human Capital and Resources Management

Researchers in the human resources discipline at the School of Management examines verities of issues in relation to human resource development and management.

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Specific topics include: expatriate management in emerging market multinationals, international human resource development, global mobility management, global leadership development, global human capital development and talent management, and the international mobile professional; career advancement, mobility, networks and global business expansion; space, spatiality and flexible work practices; self-initiated and self-directed Expatriation; human resource management (HRM) practices and work-related attitudes and behaviours of employees and organisational performance; HRM and knowledge management processes at the individual and organisational level; HRM and multiculturalism at work; contingent employment arrangements: development, consequences; work, technology and new employment arrangements; workplace partnerships and consultation; equal opportunity and diversity management in the workplace; job quality and well-being  of different employment arrangements; flexible working practices and the reorganisation of social and spatial relations; issues in professional flex working and the future of work; ethical human resource management and the professionalisation of HRM, career transitions of professionals.