The HRIC welcomes both empirical and theoretical submissions that relate to the conference theme of ‘Navigating the shifting landscapes of HRM’. We also welcome research that seeks to bridge the science/practice gap or address international/contemporary HR issues. All submissions MUST be made through the HRIC submission system.
Paper Submission Rules
Papers should be submitted as per the following criteria:
You can download the paper submission guidelines here.
Symposium sessions are structured discussions around pre-set themes. Symposia are single-blind reviewed. The reviewers see the names of the presenters, participants, and organizers. Proposals for symposia are judged based on overall quality, likely interest to HRIC attendees, relevance to the conference theme, innovation, and contribution.
Formatting Your Symposium Proposal
Please follow these instructions to ensure your symposium proposal is reviewed.
You can download the symposium submission guidelines here.
The PDW format is highly flexible and allows for innovative approaches and content. However, all PDW proposals should adhere to the following submission criteria:
You can download the PDW submission guidelines here.
HRIC 2019 Best Paper Awards
Awards will be given to the author(s) of the Best Conference Paper and to the author(s) of the Best Student Paper. To be considered for the Best Student Paper award, the paper must be clearly identified as a student paper at the time of submission.