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Please join us on January 25 for an exciting look at the Research and Management Insights from the EU Project on Global Mobility of Employees (GLOMO)with Prof. Maike Andresen (University of Bamberg, Germany)
You can find all details and register for the webinar here: https://beedie.sfu.ca/events/wanderlust-to-wonderland-insights-into-the-research-and-management-of-the-eu-project-global-mobility-of-employees-glomo
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Event Date:Thursday, January 25
Global Start Times:08:30 - 09:30 PST Vancouver, Los Angeles11:30 - 12:30 EST Toronto, New York16:30 - 17:30 GMT London17:30 - 18:30 CET Berlin, Paris, Zagreb18:30 – 19:30 EET Helsinki19:30 - 19:30 TRT Istanbul00:30 - 01:30 CST Beijing*01:30 - 02:30 JST Tokyo*03:30 - 4:30 AEDT Sydney *
About this event:This webinar will present research findings from the Horizon 2020 project GLOMO. Although labor mobility addresses the growing labor and skills shortages in many countries, expatriates encounter various challenges and barriers to their international careers. Employment prospects for expatriates are often lower than for local workers, and overqualification is widespread. As a result, expatriates' potential for growth is currently far from being realized. To increase the efficiency and benefits of existing labor mobility for all stakeholders, the GLOMO project aimed to improve our understanding of global labor mobility at the societal (macro), organizational (meso), and individual (micro) levels. At these three levels, the 15 research sub-projects examined careers prior to expatriation, relevant international career capital, the career outcomes of expatriates, and the overall sense-making process. During this webinar, you will gain a deeper insight into the motives, goals, dynamics, and barriers to global labor mobility and international careers. The webinar will also provide insights into the management of an international consortium of over 80 people from academia, politics, and business.About the speaker:Maike Andresen is Professor of Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour at the University of Bamberg in Germany. She was a member of the university's executive board as Vice President for Research from 2015-2018, followed by two years as Special Representative for the Internationalization of Research. Maike acquired and coordinated the Horizon 2020 project GLOMO, which focuses on the global mobility of employees (with a budget of 4 million Euro; www.glomo.eu).She has been a visiting professor at several universities, including Copenhagen Business School in Denmark and Deakin University in Australia. Her research focuses on (global) careers, including country-level career norms and individual career success, as well as international mobility, and flexibilization of work.Maike has published in journals such as Journal of Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management Journal, and The International Journal of Human Resource Management. She is Associate Editor of the Human Resource Management Journal and The International Journal of Human Resource Management, and sits on several editorial boards of academic journals. Maike is a member of the 5C research group (cross-cultural collaboration of contemporary careers), the GLOBE project on global leadership and organizational behavior effectiveness, and the EHRM program which focuses on European Human Resource Management.About this seriesThis event is part of an IHRM Webinar Series, organized by the Centre for Global Workforce Strategy at Simon Fraser University (Canada), the Center for International Human Resource Studies at Pennsylvania State University (USA), Pennsylvania Western University (USA), and ESCP Business School and RIT Croatia (Europe).
Previous installments of the IHRM Webinar Series are available online on our https://www.youtube.com/c/IHRMWebinarSeries
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