PhD supervision

 

Robert van Kleeff : What are the effects of lean on employee, patient and organizational outcomes and how are these effects established? (together with Jasmijn van Harten and Eva Knies)

Laura van Os : Het organiseren van inclusief ondernemen (together with Jasmijn van Harten and Rik van Berkel)

Michelle van Wijk : HR Analytics en het meten van de toegevoegde waarde van HRM bij het Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken (together with Rick Borst and Wouter Vandenabeele)

Arvie Purnomo : The impacts of Outsourcing on Organizational Effectiveness, and Well-being in Indonesian Judiciary (together with Stephan Grimmelikhuijsen and Mirko Noordegraaf)

Projects
Project
A catalyst for the Utrecht region: partnership between Utrecht University and FC Utrecht (2 subprojects) 01.08.2022 to 31.07.2024
General project description

Utrecht University and FC Utrecht started a partnership to contribute to the growth ambition of the Utrecht region. The partnership kicks off with two research projects: (1) team performance and team spirit, (2) community building.

The first project aims to contribute to the human capital agenda of the region and is managed by dr. Marian Thunnissen. The second project aims to narrow the gap in participation and health between rich and poor neighborhoods, and thereby sterngthen healthy urban life in Utrecht. This project is managed by prof. dr. Frank van Eekeren.

The overall project is managed by Frank van Eekeren, more information can be found here.

Role
Researcher
Funding
Utrecht University
Project
The Transition from School to the Labour Market: Laying the Foundations for Lasting Labour Participation 01.06.2011
Role
PhD Supervisor
Funding
Utrecht University
Completed Projects
Project
Young disabled people, labour-market participation and inclusive organisations 01.01.2018 to 01.01.2019
General project description

Promoting the labour-market participation of young people with disabilities is an important social policy objective in the Netherlands. Social partners as well as government have developed various initiatives to realize this policy objective. This research project, financed in the context of the Nationale Wetenschapsagenda, is part of the project JOIN: Young People in a Resilient Society, Towards New Arrangements for Inclusion and Participation. It focuses on 1) Human Resource Management challenges for employers in promoting the labour-market participation of young people with disabilities; 2) how employers' networks and partnerships of employers and public agencies responsible for implementing social policies contribute to addressing these challenges.

Role
Researcher
Funding
NWO grant
Project members UU
External project members
  • Dr. Charissa Freese
  • dr. Irmgard Borghouts
Project
Impact of the global crisis on the human resource management of international organizations 01.03.2012 to 31.03.2013
Role
Project Leader
Funding
External funding Supported by AHRMIO
External project members
  • Prof dr. Chris Brewster (Reading/Henley
  • UK)
  • Evelien Vos (USBO)