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CIHRS Co-organizes New Webinar Series on IHRM: 25 June 2020

Panelists and moderatorThe Center for International Human Resource Studies (CIHRS) participated in the first in a series of webinars focusing specifically on international HRM topics. The first webinar, "Looking Beyond the Pandemic: What's Next for International HRM?” was led by Dana Minbaeva (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark), Helen De Cieri (Monash University, Australia), and Angelika Zimmermann (Loughborough University, UK). CIHRS Director and Professor of Human Resource Management, Elaine Farndale, moderated the session. 

Three more webinars are currently planned for the fall; the tentative schedule for the rest of the series is:

  • Monday, September 14, 2020: Marion Festing, professor of human resource management and intercultural leadership, ESCP Business School, Berlin Campus, Germany
  • Thursday, October 15, 2020: Alena Ledeneva, professor of politics and society, University College London School of Slavonic and East European Studies, United Kingdom
  • Mid-November 2020: David Collings, professor of human resource management and associate dean for research, Dublin City University Business School, Ireland

The series was organized by the Centre for Global Workforce Strategy at Simon Fraser University (Canada), CIHRS, and ESCP Business School in Europe. More details can be found here.

 

5th CIHRS Global Conference on IHRM: 20-22 May 2021

Cascio      Nancy AdlerThe biennial 5th Global Conference on International Human Resource Management will return to St. Johns University on May 20-22, 2021. Executives and scholars will be sharing their most pressing issues through panels and presentations of IHRM practitioner and academic experts. Professors Nancy Adler (McGill University) and Wayne Cascio (University of Colorado-Denver) will deliver keynote addresses. Stay tuned for more information!

 

4th CIHRS Global Conference on IHRM: May 2019

The biennial 4th Global Conference on International Human Resource Management was held on May 9-11, 2019 at Penn State University Park. Executives and scholars came together on May 9th for a practitioner/academic discussion on ‘Reverse globalization? Critical times for talent management’, involving a panel of IHRM practitioner and academic experts. There was also a publishing workshop to help authors craft their scholarly submissions. May 10-11th saw multiple scholarly paper presentations as well as keynote addresses by Professors Riki Takeuchi (University of Texas at Dallas) and Jaime Bonache (Carlos III University of Madrid) (pictured here). These events created a lively debate and excellent networking opportunities. 

 Jaime Bonache      

Research Paper Series

Research paper thumbnailThe Research Paper Series showcases review papers and preliminary research results on topics related to international human resource management. Click here to see the papersmany of which have been authored by graduating students from the Penn State 'MS in Human Resources and Employment Relations' program with a passion for IHRM. We believe that you will find these useful reviews of specific topics in IHRM that have not been published elsewhere.

 

Online program: Graduate Certificate in International Human Resources and Employee Relations

Penn State world campus markCIHRS has been closely involved in establishing the new Penn State World Campus online graduate certificate in International Human Resources and Employment Relations (IHRER). The program launched in January 2016. If you are interested in earning a globally focused HR/ER qualification, check out the details here.

 

CRANET Benchmark Survey of HRM Policies and Practices

Cranet Survey highlights thumbnailThe CIHRS team has completed its survey of HR professionals in organizations across the U.S. to gather data exploring the latest activities in HRM policies and practices. The final results are now available in a comprehensive US report that explores the latest findings in depth, as well as looking at trends over the last decade. Read more about these findings here. If you are interested in participating in the research, please contact

 

 

Center for International Human Resource Studies

The Center for International Human Resource Studies is an initiative of the School of Labor and Employment Relations at the Pennsylvania State University (USA), which encourages IHRM scholarly research and serves the International HR practitioner community. Through targeted events and activities, our goal is to be the central hub for the community of scholars dedicated to studying international HRM, enabling the sharing of ideas to advance knowledge and practice in the field. The activities of the CIHRS are led by a core team of academics in the School of Labor and Employment Relations – Elaine Farndale (Center Director) plus the Faculty Advisory Committee: Jean Phillips, Hee Man Park, Kameron Carter, Dora Roumpi – supported by researchers and a network of CIHRS Fellows who are leading experts in the IHRM field from across the globe. CIHRS Fellows include: Ingmar Björkman (Aalto University, Finland), Chris Brewster (Henley Business School, UK), Paula Caligiuri (Northeastern University, USA), Lisbeth Claus (Willamette University, USA), Tony Edwards (Kings College London, UK), and Randall Schuler (Rutgers University, USA).

Group photo 2018

For information regarding future activities organized by the CIHRS at Penn State, please make sure to re-visit this website regularly.