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Recent Developments in Recruitment and Selection


EAWOP Small Group Meeting
“Recent Developments in Recruitment and Selection”
Call for Papers

Organizers: Kristina Potocnik and Neil Anderson

Recruitment and selection has been one of the cornerstones of work and organizational psychology for the last 100 years. The vibrant research in this field has led to countless meta-analyses and literature review pieces aiming to drive theoretical developments and best practice approach to evidence based management in recruitment and selection. Despite these efforts, however, it has recently been acknowledged that the field of recruitment and selection still faces just as many (if not more) challenges as one century ago. These have become ever more complex and difficult to predict. This is due to various reasons, including key aspects such as technological developments increasingly more volatile and uncertain organizational environments and changing labour regulations. The aim of the 5th small group meeting of the European Network of Selection Researchers (ENESER), organized under the auspices of EAWOP, is twofold: 1) to advance our empirical and conceptual knowledge into recent developments in recruitment and selection and 2)  to bridge scientist-practitioners gaps in new recruitment and selection practices. Specifically, this SGM aims to explore a number of recent developments in the recruitment, selection, and assessment research.

Participants are invited to submit paper abstracts (up to 500 words) by January 26, 2018 to Kristina Potocnik (

The full call, including information on the topic, location and participant fees is available here (pdf)