With apologies for cross-posting <http://www.hric2019.org> Dear all, A final reminder of the deadline for the submission of papers, symposium and PDW proposals to the 3rd HR Division International Conference (HRIC) 2019 hosted by Dublin City University, 9-11th of January 2019. Deadline for submissions is the *18th of May, 2018.* The conference theme of *'Navigating the shifting landscapes of HRM'* allows for exploration of the key challenges confronting HRM as framed by factors such as resurgent nationalism and the (im)mobility of talent, the future of work and employment, and the implications of the HR/technology interface. We welcome submissions on a range of topics relevant to the conference theme including: - The impact of populist politics on individual and organization decisions around mobility, the location of work - The changing nature of work and employment and its implications for individuals, organisations and societies - Careers and personal and professional identity in the context of the changing nature of work and employment - The role and impact of HRM in this changing context of work and employment - The impact of artificial intelligence on the nature of work and employment - The value of data and analytics in HRM including the shift to big-data - The role of institutional and cultural context on HRM - Contemporary debates on SHRM and performance - Evolving understandings of talent management - Assessments of the applicability of traditional HRM theory and understanding Note: This list is merely indicative of potential topics and we invite scholars from around the world to share their ideas on all aspects of HRM and its future development. See call for submissions <http://hric2019.org/call-for-papers/> We are delighted to announce three expert keynote speakers who will help us to advance the conversation. We have also put together an exciting social programme which includes an opening reception in the Dining Hall, Trinity College and a gala dinner at one of Ireland's leading tourist attractions, the Guinness Storehouse. For further details see: http://hric2019.org/ Submissions can be made here: https://hric2019.exordo.com We look forward to your submissions and to welcoming you to Dublin Best wishes, Brian Harney & David Collings Conference Chairs _______________________________________ Professor David Collings Full Professor of Human Resource Management Associate Dean for Research Co Editor-in-Chief, Journal of World Business DCU Business School Dublin City University Glasnevin Dublin 9 Ireland Tel. +35317006937 Email. [log in to unmask] Twitter: @collingsdg -- * *Séanadh Ríomhphoist/Email Disclaimer* *Tá an ríomhphost seo agus aon chomhad a sheoltar leis faoi rún agus is lena úsáid ag an seolaí agus sin amháin é. Is féidir tuilleadh a léamh anseo. <https://www4.dcu.ie/iss/seanadh-riomhphoist.shtml>* *This e-mail and any files transmitted with it are confidential and are intended solely for use by the addressee. Read more here. <https://www4.dcu.ie/iss/email-disclaimer.shtml>* * -- <https://www.facebook.com/DCU/> <https://twitter.com/DublinCityUni> <https://www.linkedin.com/company/dublin-city-university> <https://www.instagram.com/dublincityuniversity/?hl=en> <https://www.youtube.com/user/DublinCityUniversity> ____ AIB-L is brought to you by the Academy of International Business. For information: http://aib.msu.edu/community/aib-l.asp To post message: [log in to unmask] For assistance: [log in to unmask] AIB-L is a moderated list.