Doctorate in Labor Relations and Human Resources
Universidade Santiago de Compostela
Spanish, Galician, English
EUR 200 / per year
Earliest start date
The Interuniversity Doctorate Program in Labor Relations and Human Resources, taught jointly with the Universities of A Coruña, Oviedo and Zaragoza, is a pioneer in Spanish universities. The general objective of the program is to provide excellence in training in all areas related to labor relations and human resources in public and private organizations. The doctoral program will allow the development of high-quality doctoral theses, which represent progress and a contribution to scientific knowledge and which promote, at the same time, the transfer of knowledge to society and the incorporation of technical research of the highest level. in public and private organizations.
The doctoral program in Labor Relations and Human Resources aims to offer advanced training in the following specific lines of research:
1. History, structure and processes of labor relations and human resources in private organizations and public administrations. It would cover topics such as: Variables and processes in the acquisition, evaluation, development and retention of talent; Individual and organizational factors of psychological well-being at work; Organizational sustainability and "green" organizations; Compensation, remuneration and incentives in labor relations; Innovation in the position; Equality and non-discrimination in labor relations and human resources; Culture and organizational commitment; Social Labor and Human Resources Audit; Human Resources Management in Public and private Administrations; History of labor relations, union organizations and workers' rights.
2. Legal aspects of the management of organizations and public administrations, labor relations and human resources. Focused on issues such as: Human rights and international labor standards; Legal aspects of the digital economy, digital administration and labor relations; Law, sustainable development and labor relations; The employment contract and labor relations; Analysis of labor jurisprudence and social security; The legal regime of public employment; Administrative intervention in labor relations and human resources; Legal aspects of tax and budget management in labor relations; Legal-commercial aspects of labor relations and human resources; Legal aspects regarding equality in labor relations and human resources in private organizations and public administrations; Productive decentralization; Multi-service companies and labor relations.
3. Psychology, Sociology, Economics and Politics of labor relations and human resources and risk prevention. It would cover, among others, the following topics: Sociology of work, labor relations and human resources; Social inequality, young people and the labor market; Analysis of active employment policies; Environmental psychology applied to the well-being and productivity of human resources in organizations; People management in public and private administrations; Digitization of human resources. Career and retirement planning; Psychological, sociological, legal and political factors of employment, self-employment and entrepreneurship; Social dialogue and inclusive organizations; Occupational risk management; Psychosocial risks; Economic psychology and behavioral economics of labor relations and human resources; Globalization and labor and employment relations; Corporate governance and employment relations; Equality and diversity at work; High performance work systems.
Lines of investigation
- Psychology of Labor Relations and Human Resources in Private Organizations and Public Administrations (PS-RRLLRRHH)
- Legal Aspects of the Management of Organizations and
- Sociology, Economics, History and Policy of Labor Relations and Human Resources and Risk Prevention (SEHP-RRLLRRHH)