Online First

Have you signed up for OnlineFirst email alerts?

Readers and authors alike are encouraged to sign up for OnlineFirst email alert options, ensuring immediate notification each time a paper is published online first, ahead of allocation to an issue. Email alerts are also available for ongoing journal tables of contents and for alerts by author name and keyword.

Free access content

Download the article of the month for free:

Fitting as a temporal sensemaking process: Shifting trajectories and stable themes

Karen J Jansen & Abbie J Shipp

Other free access content from Human Relations:

 

COVID-19

During these unprecedented times for global communities, we appreciate the challenges that may be facing our Editors, Editorial Board members, Reviewers and Authors. We will grant extensions to any author or reviewer as needed. If you are an author who has recently submitted a manuscript, please be patient as our review capacity may be reduced. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the Editorial Office: humanrelationsjournal@tavinstitute.org. Stay safe and well! On behalf of Human Relations.

Call for Papers

Human Relations seeks high-quality research papers that extend our knowledge of social relationships at work and organizational forms, practices and processes that affect the nature, structure and conditions of work and work organizations.

Why publish in Human Relations

Human Relations is included in the FT50 journals list used by the Financial Times in compiling the FT Research rank, included in the Global MBA, EMBA and Online MBA rankings.

Human Relations is an A* journal – the highest category of quality in the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality List. Journals ranked A* represent approximately the top 6.8% of listed Business and Management journals. Human Relations is ranked 4 in the Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) Academic Journal Guide 2018.

2-year impact factor: 3.367
5-year impact factor: 4.360


+ more