Journal of Human Resource Management – HR Advances and Developments

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Aims and scope 

Journal of Human Resource Management – HR Advances and Developments

Journal of HRM – HR Advances and Developments (JHRM-AD) is a double-blind peer-reviewed international scientific journal of the Faculty of Management of the Comenius University in Bratislava in Slovakia , published in cooperation with the Slovak Academic Association for Personnel Management (SAAPM). The Journal of HRM has a publication history since 1998 and is currently published twice a year. The Journal is indexed in EBSCOhost, Ulrichsweb and Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory, EconBiz, ERIH PLUS, CEEOL, RePEc EconPapers, Google Scholar, DOAJ and CrossRef content registration.

The JHRM-AD is a fully open access journal covering the newest research, advances and commentaries on emerging HR activities and concepts. It is aimed at publishing scholarly articles and research on front-line HR phenomena and strongly encourages the connection of academia and business practice. Theoretical contributions as well as empirical research papers, case studies, cross-country comparisons, review articles, and research notes (short results-oriented papers) are invited.

JHRM-AD welcomes papers that deal with the differences in recent and future world of HRM; high-quality articles dealing with future HRM, uncovering pioneering HR concepts, or outlining novel principles in the existing HR activities are accepted.

The domains in the intended scope are as follows:

  • Application of advanced information technologies in the field of HR (and traditional HR activities)
  • Novel approaches to aligning the soft and hard aspects of HR management within traditional HR activities
  • Emerging changes in the role of HR departments and the ways HR creates business values
  • Current workforce trends and their impact on HR practices
  • HR in the Age of Society 5.0 (Human-centred Society), HR as a platform to connect evolving technological innovations with social issues
  • Changes in the human interaction in companies under IT advancements, and their new applications
  • AI and other advanced and collaborative technologies and their influence on the HRM processes and practices
  • New methodologies, tools, and ideas with the potential to surpass the established understanding of the HR practices and processes
  • Expected transformations in HR and their meaningful involvement in businesses
  • Promises and reality of data science in HR, related to ethical questions of equality, transparency, and fairness at workplaces
  • New avenues in e-HRM and i-HRM, digital HRM, augmented reality in HRM, and other emerging concepts that will shape the future

JHRM-AD welcomes studies presenting the leaps in knowledge, as well as at or beyond frontiers of current HRM understanding. JHRM-AD also provides publication opportunities for papers on the digital insight or other kind of view of social gaps, reflected through the lens of HRM; furthermore, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary papers from the science gaps are encouraged, too.

Journal of Human Resource Management
Comenius University in Bratislava
Faculty of Management