Job posting and call for papers

Faculty Position

The deadline to apply is November 7th, 2013.

Tenure-Track Position at Edwards

The Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan is seeking applicants for a tenure-track position in the area of Human Resources and/or Industrial Relations.

Candidates must hold or be very near completion of a Ph.D. in one of these areas. Salary is commensurate with qualifications. The appointment will be made at the assistant, associate, or full professor rank.

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Scott Walsworth
Associate Professor of Industrial Relations
Department Head, Human Resources and Organizational Behaviour walsworth@edwards.usask.ca

To apply, applicants must send the following documents via email:

  1. A cover letter
  2. An updated CV
  3. A two page research plan, outlining past and ongoing work
  4. A one page teaching statement, describing areas of teaching competency
  5. Two letters of reference, sent directly from referees to walsworth@edwards.usask.ca

 

2014 Canadian Association for Work and Labour Studies inaugural conference May 29-30, 2014

Click here for the full CAWLS call for papers.

Hosted at Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, during the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences.

The conference organizing committee invites submissions for participation in the inaugural conference of the Canadian Association for Work and Labour Studies. The committee welcomes proposals for single papers, multiple paper panels, roundtables and/or workshops. In keeping with the Congress theme, “Borders without Boundaries”, the participation of researchers in academic, union and community settings is encouraged.

Conference Support: Some financial support will be available for travel and accommodation, depending on need and availability of funds, with priority given to graduate student participants. Contributors requesting financial assistance should indicate this when submitting an abstract.

Submission Requirements: Please send electronic copies of 250-word proposals to the conference organizing committee c/o Dr. Larry Savage, Conference Chair and Director, Centre for Labour Studies, Brock University <Labour.Studies@brocku.ca>

All proposals are due by December 1, 2013 For more information go to www.cawls.ca

Canadian Industrial Relations Association (CIRA) 2014 Call for Papers

Click here for full CIRA call for papers.

BORDERS WITHOUT BOUNDARIES

May 24-26, 2014
Brock University
St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada

CIRA 2014 is being hosted in conjunction with the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Our goal is to bring together scholars, students, policy-makers and labour relations practitioners from across the globe on issues of work, employment and employment relations.

The theme of Congress 2014 is Borders Without Boundaries. The theme offers an opportunity to reflect on the importance of breaking down boundaries in our field due to the interdisciplinary nature of our theory and research, the increasing importance of knowledge transfer between scholars and practitioners, the pluralistic nature of industrial relations in recognizing the legitimate interests of all stakeholders to the employment relationship, and the impact that the employment relationship has across multiple levels, including individuals, organizations and broader society.CAWLS-Home-Page-Call-for-Proposals

We encourage submissions that reflect the conference theme. However, we also welcome any individual papers or panel/symposium submissions on any other topic of interest within the broad and interdisciplinary field of work, employment and employment relations.

Paper proposals should be submitted in the form of an abstract (maximum 300 words). Please also include all the authors and their respective affiliations and email addresses.

Proposals can be submitted in either English or French and the deadline for submissions is January 15, 2014. Please send proposals to ciraacri.conference@gmail.com

Dionne Pohler
CIRA 2014 Program Chair
Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy University of Saskatchewan

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