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Human Resource Management

Managing human resources is often said to be crucial in modern organizations.

The aim of the research in this area is to put the human being in focus; thereby trying to avoid reducing people to more or less passive resources. From a social constructionist perspective different processes and activities related to HRM are studied. How are these HR-activities and processes (re)constructed (i.e. made sense of in interaction between people) and with what consequences for everyday organizing?


Andreas Werr, Associate Professor
Johan Berglund, Assistant Professor
Pernilla Bolander, Assistant Professor
Annika Schilling, Assistant Professor
Elisabeth Fellbom, PhD Candidate