11.11.2019

Best International Symposium Award for Symposium with Contribution from Astrid Reichel

The paper "The disabling effect of social policies on organizational career management" by Astrid Reichel (Professor for Human Resource Management at PLUS) et al. was awarded the Emerald Best International Symposium Award at the 2019 Academy of Management Meeting, which is the largest and most important management conference in the world, with over 10,000 participants.

Das als bestes der Konferenz ausgezeichnete internationale Symposium "Comparing Careers Across Countries: New Scholarship and Directions" wurde von Mitgliedern der Cross Cultural Collaboration on Contemporary Careers (5C) verfasst. Die Universität Salzburg ist in diesem einflussreichen Netzwerk aus KarriereforscherInnen durch Astrid Reichel, Professorin der PLUS für Human Resource Management, vertreten.

Insgesamt umfasst das von Maike Andresen (Ger), Jon Briscoe (USA) und Eleni Apospori (Greece) zusammengestellte Symposium 5 Beiträge. Das von Astrid Reichel und KollegInnen verfasste Paper mit dem Titel „The disabling effect of enabling social policies on organizational career management” zeigt auf, dass politische Maßnahmen, die eigentlich die Gleichstellung von Frauen und Männern in der Arbeitswelt erhöhen sollen, organisationale Entscheidungen unterstützen, die wiederum Ungleichheiten verstärken – etwa durch unterschiedlich hohe organisationale Investitionen in Humankapital von Frauen und Männern.

Mag. Dr. Astrid Reichel

Universitätsprofessorin

Universität Salzburg

Kapitelgasse 5-7, 5020 Salzburg

Tel: 43 (0)662 / 8044-3704

E-mail to Mag. Dr. Astrid Reichel

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