- Policy initiatives
- Worker rights, benefits and responsibilities
- Employee-management relations
- Strategic planning and allocation
- Education and training
- Recruitment and work practices
- Professional development and leadership
- Cultural, cross-cultural and gender issues
- Role of the unions andtheir impact on organisational productivity and worker satisfaction
- Worker employability and transferability of skills
- Wage and incentive aspects of employment
- Worker retirement issues
- Impact of technology on human resources practices
- Employees as a source of innovation and creation
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To enrich the quality of human life at work by serving as a forum for exchanging experiences and disseminating information in human resources development and management originating in diverse disciplines such as engineering, business and commerce, politics, health and biological sciences, law enforcement and defence, management, and education, among others.
To establish and develop channels of communication between policy makers, researchers, practitioners, and other professionals working in human resources development and management in manufacturing and service sectors.
To provide a forum for exchange of human resources development and management initiatives and practices in different countries and cultures of the world, recognising that enriching the quality of human life is not the exclusive preserve of one country or culture, and that every country and culture could benefit from the experiences of other countries and cultures.
IJHRDM is intended to be a resource to those interested in the growth and management of human resources. This includes, but is not limited to, managers, engineers, policy makers and planners, legal experts, union leaders, researchers, practitioners, consultants, business leaders and employers, educators, and recruiters in manufacturing and service enterprises. The nature of the topic is such that readership will be global.
IJHRDM will publish original work advancing theoretical constructs (including concepts, models, algorithms, methods, etc.), field and laboratory based experimental evaluations of such theoretical constructs and policy initiatives, case studies, state-of-the-art reviews, commentaries on policies, meeting and conference reports, book reviews and notes, and other significant news relevant to the discipline. From time-to-time, IJHRDM will devote special issues to pressing roblems in human resources development and management.
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Editor in Chief
- Dorgham, M.A., International Centre for Technology and Management, UK
- Chew, Rosalind, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- Chew, Soon Beng, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- Guettel, Wolfgang H., Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
- Jolly, Dominique, CERAM Sophia Antipolis, France
- Laßleben, Hermann, Hochschule Reutlingen, Germany
- Streumer, Jan N., Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
- Asfour, Shihab S., University of Miami, USA
- Buechtemann, Christoph F., International Centre for Research on Innovation and Society, USA
- Carnoy, Martin, Stanford University, USA
- Compton, Robert-Leigh, University of Newcastle, Australia
- Corpakis, Dimitri, European Commission, Belgium
- Dryden, Robert D., Portland State University, USA
- Fatehi, Kamal, Kennesaw State University, USA
- Herstatt, Cornelius, Technische Universitšt Hamburg-Harburg (TUHH), Germany
- Jain, Ravi, University of the Pacific, USA
- Ko, Jyh-Jer Roger, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
- Plosila, Walter H., Technology Partnership Practice, USA
- Price, Andrew D. F., Loughborough University, UK
- Rice, Valerie, US Army Medical Department Center and School, USA
- Saxena, S.K., Directorate General Factory Advice Service & Labor Institutes, India
- Shelton, Stephen, University of New Mexico, USA
- Teltumbde, Anand, Petronet India Limited, India
- Tyson, Shaun, Cranfield University, UK
- Welpe, Isabell, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitšt, Germany
- Yamada, Yoshiyasu, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
- Yearout, Robert, University of North Carolina, USA
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