11:30-15:30 CET (Brussels time zone)

Responsible Human Capital Management

By Dr. Eleni Lamprou (Research Fellow, ALBA Graduate Business School, The American College of Greece) & Dr. Konstantinos Tasoulis (Associate Professor, HR Management, The American College of Greece, Visiting Professor, ALBA Executive Development)

Location: Online

  • Dr. Eleni Lamprou

    Dr. Eleni Lamprou

    Research Fellow, ALBA Graduate Business School, The American College of Greece

  • Dr. Konstantinos Tasoulis

    Dr. Konstantinos Tasoulis

    Associate Professor, HR Management, The American College of Greece, Visiting Professor, Alba Executive Development

Learning objectives/ outcomes:

  • Dissect the factors that affect the organization of work in the immediate future
  • Evaluate implications of impending changes for ensuring decent and sustainable work for all
  • Construct an organizational engagement / action plan to address the challenges of the future of work
  • Examine perspectives to Sustainable HRM and discuss the need for a paradigm shift in HRM
  • Consider practical ways through which HR can effectively contribute towards the achievement of SDGs

Contents:

  • Impact of technological advancements, economic factors, demographic patterns, societal norms and sustainability on the organization of work
  • Repercussions on the labour market, competencies in demand and emerging working models / forms of work
  • Scope of intervention of alternative stakeholders (institutions, organizations, individuals) in ensuring decent and sustainable work for all
  • The role of HR in organisations’ sustainability, the need for a paradigm shift from a market-driven HR to a multi-stakeholder, multi-purpose HR
  • From socially responsible HRM, Green HRM, Triple Bottom Line HRMt owards Common Good HRM?
  • Contributing to SDGs through HRM practices: workplace democracy and self-management; unbiasing; equality, diversity and inclusion; integrating SDGs in rewards and performance; business and human rights; SDGs shaping job seekers’ attraction and selection; employment creation

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