Les mobilités géographiques des salariés : le territoire est-il soluble dans la gestion des ressources humaines ?

Abstract : As employee relocation is a deeply territorialised phenomenon, it involves their professional life as well as their private life. But managerial rhetoric and human resources management practices usually endeavour to minimize the territorial dimension of mobilities in order to avoid taking in consideration the many problems they raise. This de-territorialisation of mobilities by corporate HR managers is on the one hand balanced by the calling in of relocation support services providers. But on the other hand, this leads to let employers discard the fact that territories have to be taken into consideration. Ultimately, human resources management rhetoric and practices do not take full consideration of the role territories play in the proceeding of employee mobility. Territories are not soluble in mobility, and this reality principle should be better taken into consideration by human resources management practices.
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Thomas Sigaud. Les mobilités géographiques des salariés : le territoire est-il soluble dans la gestion des ressources humaines ?. CIST2014 - Fronts et frontières des sciences du territoire, Collège international des sciences du territoire (CIST), Mar 2014, Paris, France. pp.327-331. ⟨hal-01353456⟩

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