15th March 2019
MAS in Effective Leadership

The information evening on 11 March 2019 met with lively interest.

4th March 2019
Expats well integrated

The HR Barometer 2018 again asked employees in Switzerland about their work situation. The results show that employees with a migration background feel largely integrated.

25th February 2019
Money is talked about

Seven thoughts on wage transparency appeared in HRM Magazine.

22nd February 2019
Topics for term papers online

Registrations for term papers for the spring semester 2019 are accepted immediately. Choose your favourite topic from 24 topics.

20th February 2019
Entwicklung der Rehabilitation an der Universität Luzern

Im Rahmen der Generalversammlung des Universitätsvereins spricht Herr Prof. Dr. med. Gerold Stucki zum Thema "Entwicklung der Rehabilitation an der Universität Luzern".

17th December 2018
"CAS in Decision Making and Leadership" concluded with the award of the certificate

The University of Lucerne and the Swiss Armed Forces College offer a joint MAS and three CAS courses for leaders from economy and public services. In Fall 2018, the first part, the "CAS in Decision Making and Leadership" started and now came to a successful end with the certification ceremony.

3rd December 2018
Talent Management Framework

The aim of this framework is to challenge and inspire existing talent management in Swiss com­panies operating in China.

26th November 2018
National Fund supports research project

Researchers at the Center for HRM at the University of Lucerne have raised around CHF 335,000 for their project from the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF). This project deals with the effects of wage transparency.

23rd November 2018
Pay transparency leads to higher organizational citizenship behavior and less workplace deviance

Pay transparency is a hot topic. However, little is known about how this affect the behavior and commitment of employees.

17th November 2018
"Big Data" fordert das globale Handelsrecht heraus

Am 16. und 17. November fand an der Universität Luzern die Konferenz "Big Data and Global Trade Law" statt. Sie wurde von PD Dr. Mira Burri im Rahmen des Forschungsprojekts "The Governance of Big Data in Trade Agreements" organisiert. Das Projekt ist Teil des Nationalen Forschungsprogramms (NFP) 75 "Big Data" und wird vom Schweizerischen Nationalfonds (SNF) unterstützt.