The Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour (HRM/OB) area is mainly concerned with the study of the determinants, content and results of the employment relationship between the employee and the company. The preferred angle of analysis is that of organisational behaviour which, at the crossroads of several disciplinary fields (management, psychology, industrial relations, sociology, etc.), makes it possible to study individual attitudes and behaviours at work without neglecting the influence of groups and the various effects of context.
- Involvement, identification and motivation at work
- Trust and perceptions of justice
- Stress, health and well-being at work
- HR practices - remuneration and performance
- Ethics and micro-CSR
- Leadership in extreme contexts
The HRM/OB area organises numerous research seminars bringing together world specialists in the field. Its members publish in scientific journals in the field and their work is cited in the economic and managerial press. They participate in several editorial boards of French and international journals. They are also involved in research contracts in partnership with public and private institutions.