Greetings! The latest issue of Human Resource Management (HRM) is now available. Check out this great special issue on Strategic human resource management in the era of environmental disruptions edited by Sunghoon Kim, Vlad Vaiman, and Karin Sanders.


See the journal website for New Special Issue calls for papers. HRM publishes scholarly articles presenting cutting-edge research and thought leadership on policy, practices, trends, and issues aimed at understanding and advancing the field of Human Resource Management (HRM) and, in turn, the effective utilization of human capital and practice of HRM in organizations. Human Resource Management seeks articles that uniquely advance and contribute to the academic literature and provide clear implications for workforce policy or HRM practice.


Check out these and other recent articles on the journal website and consider submitting your work to HRM. HRM is a Financial Times Top 50 Business Journal, strives to be author friendly, and has a 2020 Impact Factor of 5.078


Human Resource Management

Advancing HR Research and Practice

Volume 61, Issue 3

Strategic human resource management in the era of environmental disruptions

Pages: 279-389

May/June 2022

Issue Edited by:  Sunghoon Kim, Vlad Vaiman, Karin Sanders


Strategic human resource management in the era of environmental disruptions (open access)

Sunghoon KimVlad VaimanKarin Sanders


How workplace support for the COVID-19 pandemic and personality traits affect changes in employees' affective commitment to the organization and job-related well-being (open access)

Mashiho MihalacheOli R. Mihalache


The role of perceived workplace safety practices and mindfulness in maintaining calm in employees during times of crisis

Thinh-Van VuTan Vo-ThanhHsinkuang ChiNguyen Phong NguyenDuy Van NguyenMustafeed Zaman


Navigating the era of disruption: How emotions can prompt job crafting behaviors

Laurie J. BarclayTina KieferMouna El Mansouri


Global talent management and multinational subsidiaries' resilience in the Covid-19 crisis: Moderating roles of regional headquarters' support and headquarters–subsidiary friction (free access)

Jeoung Yul LeeDorra YahiaouiKhan-Pyo LeeFang Lee Cooke


Pre-crisis commitment human resource management and employees' attitudes in a global pandemic: The role of trust in the government (free access)

Eunmi ChangHyun ChinJeong Won Lee



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CoEditor-in-Chief, Human Resource Management

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