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Parallel Sessions 2018-11-24T12:54:57+00:00

 7th International e-HRM Conference

HRM 4.0 for Human-Centered Organizations

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Thursday, November 29 TRACKS 1-6 & Symposium

Room G.053 Room G.151 Room G.152 Room G.153
11:30-13:00 TRACK 1:

eHRM and Tecnology

Chair:
Francesca Mochi

TRACK 2:

eHRM & Data-Driven Approach

Chair:
Miguel Olivas -Lujan

TRACK 3:

Flexible Work & Smart Working

Chair:
Teresina Torre

TRACK 4:

Artificial Intelligence, Augmented & Virtual Reality

Chair:
Giuseppe Scaratti

 

BAKHSHALIAN, AHMADIYANKOOSHI, ELMI, REDDINGTON

The ‘Digitalised’ employment relationship: can conversational practice help to alleviate technology-related pressure?

 

DOSSENA, MIZZAU, MOCHI

HRM technologies-in-use: A Humanistic Management perspective

MARTINEZ, GALDIERO, PEZZILLO

Do informational systems play a crucial role in the relation between Knowledge and job engagement of healthcare assistants?

 

LAZAZZARA, GALANAKI, MEURER, PARRY

How does technology matter? Configurations of HR delivery mechanisms and HRM effectiveness

 

CANTONI, SALA, VIRTUANI

Six-Sigma. The effects of a disciplined data-driven approach on HR management in SMEs

 

FABBRI, SCAPOLAN, BERTOLOTTI, CANALI

Framing employees’ attitudes and digital work behaviors to support data-driven human resource management: an exploratory study

 

OLIVAS-LUJAN

Blockchain in e-HRM: Hit or Hype?

 

 

 

PARRY, BATTISTA

Impact of emerging technologies on work and the role of human resource management

 

TORRE, SARTI 

Themes and trends in Smart Working research. An analysis of academic contributions

 

VERGINE, BRIVIO, FABBRI, GAGGIOLI, LEONI, GALIMBERTI

The ‘Phygital Enterprise’: planning Research and Studies on New Environments for Flexible
Workplace, Agile and Smart Working

 

FREGNAN, IVALDI, SCARATTI

HRM 4.0: the potential of educational impact for society at large

 

POBA-NZAOU, UWIZEYEMNUNGU, CERIC

The impacts of artificial intelligence (AI) on jobs: An
Industry perspective

 

WASSERMAN, FISHER

“Mind the Gap”: A Human Resource Management Perspective on Virtual Reality Training

 

  Room G.053 Room G.151 Room G.153
16:00-17:30 SYMPOSIUM

Dark Side of Digitization: Unintended Consequences of e-HRM Initiatives
 
Chair:
Mohan Thite

TRACK 5:

HR Analytics & Big Data
 
Chair:
Stefan Strohmeier

TRACK 6:

Leadership in a Digitalized HRM World
 
Chair:
Silvia Ivaldi

 

SCHOLZ

Dark Side of Data-driven HRM

 

HARTWELL

HR risks with social media & The Way Forward

 

WIBLEN

(Un)Intended Consequences of Digitalising Talent Management

 

HAAR

Dangerous opportunities in digitalization of recruitment

 

HOLM   

E-selection: the diversity–validity dilemma

 

TAN

Unintended Consequences of New Technologies in Learning and Development

 

THITE

Strategic Evaluation of the Role, Contribution & Limitations of e-HRM

 

 

FISHER, GIROTTO, CONNELLY

Integrating Big Data and Little Data for a Utility Analysis of Workers with Disabilities

 

STROHMEIER, COLLET, KABST

Configurations of HR Analytics – An Empirical Examination

 

WERKHOVEN

Building Synergies with HR Analytics Capabilities

 

BISSOLA, IMPERATORI, MOCHI

Looking for a job in the social media era: The Millennials’ perspective

 

IVALDI, FREGNAN, SCARATTI

HRM 4.0 and new managerial competences profile

 

MANSOUR, RAFEH,  ZAATARI

The Role of Self-Awareness, Augmented Artificial Intelligence and Enhanced Leadership Competencies in Developing Future Academic Physicians

 

Friday, November 30 TRACK 7-13

  Room G.053 Room G.152 Room G.153
9:00-10:30 TRACK 7:

Organization Design in the Smart Era

Chair:
Tanya Bondarouk

TRACK 8:

eHRM, Labour Platforms & Employment Relations 

Chair:
Sandra Fisher

TRACK 9:

Reshaping HRM Activities in a Digital World 

Chair:
Rita Bissola

 

HABRAKEN, BONDAROUK

Smart industry or smart bubbles? A critical analysis of its perceived value

 

RAVARINI , MARTINEZ

Lost in Holocracy? The possible role of e-HRM in dealing with the deconstruction of hierarchy

 

ROBLES, MADERO, OLIVAS-LUJÁN

Chat groups inside organizations—Reversing the organizational hierarchy and the consequences on employee identity

 

FISHER, CASSADY

Use of Relational eHRM Tools in Gig Worker Platforms

 

MEIJERINK, HAGENS & BECKING

HRM for managing ecosystems in the gig economy: lessons learned from an online food-delivery platform

 

SCARATTI, SPREAFICO, ORIZIO

Towards a Platform for Human Resources Orientation

 

D’AMATO, MACCHI, PIATTI

How performance appraisal has changed with Industry 4.0 Revolution: the Leroy Merlin Case

 

ISARI, BISSOLA, IMPERATORI

HR Devolution in the Digital Era: What Should We Expect?

 

WIBLEN, MARLER

The human-technology interface: examining the implications of digitalisation for HR in talent management

 

 

Room G.053 Room G.151 Room G.152 Room G.153
13:30-15:00 TRACK 10:

New Avenues in Recruitment & Selection

 

Chair:
Arnela Ceric

TRACK 11:

eHRM, Empowerment & Sustainability

 

Chair:
Huub Ruel

TRACK 12:

Conceptualization of digital HRM

 

Chair:
Hazel Williams

TRACK 13:

eHRM & Socio-Materiality

 

Chair:
Anna Bos-Nehles

 

CERIC, HOLLAND

Social Media and Employee Selection – a Dangerous Mix

 

L’ÉCUYER

Investigating social media capabilities for recruitment in SMEs

 

TROMBIN, MUSSO, PINNA, DE MARCO

The Unbiased Hiring? A critical analysis of Artificial Intelligence in e-HRM: the case of Pymetrics

 

ELLMER, REICHEL

An affordance approach to eHRM-based employee voice outcomes

 

FISHER, MARLER

Have we gone too far? Reconsidering the role of employee stakeholders in eHRM

 

NJOKU, RUËL

An Analysis of the contribution of e-HRM to sustaining business performance: Towards tomorrows sustainable and adaptive organisations

 

 

MIGLIAROTTI, CANTONI

Digitalization as an opportunity for reshaping HR activities. The case of a mid-size mechanical company

 

STROHMEIER

Digital HRM – A Conceptualization

 

WILLIAMS

Metaphors for the HRIS Specialist

 

BOS-NEHLES,  BONDAROUK

A Sociomateriality Perspective of E-HRM Implementation

 

GREGEBY, HUGOSSON

The sociomateriality of digital HRM model implementation
– Tentative findings from a case study

 

MYLLYMÄKI

The Sociomateriality of HRM practice