The objective of this paper is to discuss the Spanish model of welfare, taking into special consideration the demographic effects of an aging population and the reversal of migration flows in order to discern which direction and what concrete measures can answer the previous question.
Character Strengths as a Tool of Resilience-Oriented Vocational Training for Managerial Staff in a Life – Long Learning Perspective
The main purpose of this paper is to contribute to building Resilient Organization issues. The author discusses a psychological approach to resilience, from Robert Jay Lifton’s to Martin Seligman’s conceptual perspectives.
Climate change and the associated more frequent and unpredictable occurrence of extreme weather events are according to the Global Risk Report (2020), published by the World Economic Forum, among the top five risks today.
Dramatic changes caused by the new coronavirus COVID-19 have unprecedented implications on companies around the globe and influenced human resource management profoundly. HRM took leadership to navigate in the vague present and unforeseeable future by managing people to cope with stress and to continue working remotely so that business goes on with its operations.
Climate Wise Communities: Enhancing Traditional Bushfire Risk Management Using a Community Multi-Hazardresilience Program in Sydney, Australia
A comprehensive evidence base demonstrates that the global climate is changing (IPCC, 2014). The scale of the warming has often been unprecedented for millennia and the most recent decades have been some of the warmest observed on record.
Our study provides evidence that successful business owners are created more by the environment they inhabit and their socialization context.