Dr. Jeroen Meijerink (1985) is an assistant professor in the field of Human Resource Management at the University of Twente. His research focuses on two emerging topics: HRM shared services and employee agency in employee-organization relationships. The former topic includes the design, implementation and evaluation of HRM shared service models by HRM professionals, line managers and employees. The latter research topic includes HRM-as-practice, strategic behavior of employees in shaping employment relationships, and the involvement of employees in the co-creation of HRM practices and their outcomes. Both streams of his research are multi-disciplinary in nature and draw on concepts from intellectual capital theory, the consumer perspective and the service-dominant logic. His research has been published in peer-reviewed international outlets such as the International Journal of Human Resource Management, Personnel Review, European Journal of International Management, and The Services Industries Journal. So far, he has organized four international workshops and symposia that brought together researchers and practitioners with an interest in shared services and HRM co-creation. For this research, he collaborated with private and public organizations such as Ahold, the Dutch Railways (NS), KLM, the Dutch Ministry of the Interior, Pfizer, Stork, Tata Steel, Thales, TNT, and T-Mobile. For realizing his research initiatives, he was granted financial support from the Fulbright Scholar Program and the NWO.
- HRM Shared Services
- Employee Agency in Employee-Organization Relationships
- Co-Creation of HRM by Employees
- Service-Dominant Logic
- Transformation of the HR function with IT (graduate course)
- Human Resource Management (undergraduate course)
- Supervision of bachelor students
- Supervision of master students
- Supervision of PhD students
A complete vita and publication list can be accessed here.