“Glomo” is looking for applicants from all over the world
15 February 2018
Maike Andresen has initiated a project on the mobility of workers. Are the professional prospects of a German electrician improving after having worked in Micronesia for five years? Or are employers in the UK happy when a British pharmacist spent three years in Germany? What effect a multi-year stay abroad has on careers abroad and in the home country, “Glomo” wants to find out – the international research project “Global mobility of employees”.
PhD candidates wanted for an interdisciplinary EU research project
14 February 2018
Does a German electrician have better career chances after having worked in Micronesia for five years? Or might employees in Great Britain be enthusiastic about a British pharmacist having worked in Germany for three years? The effects that several years of working abroad might have on a career abroad and in one’s home country is one of the central issues of the international research project GLOMO – Global mobility of employees.
4 million Euro Horizon 2020 ITN grant for SBE career researchers
11 February 2018
A team of SBE career scholars — Prof. Dr. Svetlana Khapova, Niki Konijn, Dr. Jos Akkermans, Dr. Evgenia Lysova, together with an international consortium of leading European universities and business partners, received a 4 million EUR Horizon 2020 Innovative Training Network (ITN) grant for an international research project on “Global mobility of employees” (GLOMO).