Are HR managers ready for remote workers professional development?

Sara Cervai, Martina Martinis, Maria Margarida Croca Piteira, Kiall Hildred, Cláudia Marcela Möller Rcondo, Joana Carneiro Pinto

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The EURECA project, funded by Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia, aims to develop new guidelines for HRM in developing strategies for remote workers. The project uses both qualitative and quantitative data collection to understand both the perception of remote workers after the Covid-19 pandemic, and the way HR managers are tailoring HRD strategies to match the different expectations of a new category of employees. Through a semi-structured interview, the research team collected testimonies of HR managers in Spain, Portugal and Italy to understand how HRD policies moved in new directions after the pandemic confined many to remote-working. Companies were selected in order to assess both the public and private sectors, in both the manufacturing and service sectors. Data collection has been accompanied by classical content analysis and quantitative text analysis. The poster that accompanies the present study will show the principal results obtained through data collection, particularly highlighting the main differences and similarities between countries and company sectors.
Idioma originalEnglish
Páginas (de-até)390-392
Número de páginas3
RevistaPsychological Applications and Trends
Estado da publicaçãoPublicado - 2023
EventoInternational Psychological Applications Conference and Trends - Lisboa
Duração: 22 abr. 202324 abr. 2023

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