Due to the growing internationalization of enterprises activity along with their expansion to the international markets and ease of transfer among countries, more and more employees seek career development opportunities on the international labor market. IHRM therefore, faces multiple challenges of the modern labor market: managing people in diversified workplace, age management, GEN X,Y,Z management, expatriation management.
International migrations and their multi-sphere socio-economic consequences are today one of the key determinants of human resources in a global dimension.
This track aims at sharing and exchanging research results as well as theoretical or conceptual papers about the new challenges faced HRM, both internationally and locally, including international corporations as well as public intuitions ad SMEs.
Topics relevant for submissions include, but are not limited to the following:
- The human resource’ competencies of the future (skills, traits, knowledge)
- Diversity management
- Age management
- Generation X,Y,Z at the workplace
- HRM in SMEs
- HRM in public sector
- Migration and global mobility flows
- Expatriation management
- Self-initiated expatriation
- European Social Fund
Wroclaw University of Economics, Poland
João Farinha – ISLA – Santarém, Portugal