More and more employers are giving employees an active role in career planning within the organization. Internal job markets help with this. However, there are also losers in these application processes. How employers ideally deal with this.
Dr. Evelyne Tauchnitz, Senior Research Fellow and Post-Doc at the Institute of Social Ethics ISE at the University of Lucerne has been appointed as a member of the 2021 Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) with the Internet Governance Forum (IGF).
Noemi Honegger, research associate and doctoral candidate at the Institute of Social Ethics ISE at the University of Lucerne, is a member of the international network “The Economy of Francesco” (EoF).
The interview with the artist Ai Weiwei was held in the framework of the "Lucerne Summer University: Ethics in a Global Context LSUE" at the Institute for Social Ethics ISE at the University of Lucerne. At the opening of the LSUE on June 10, 2021 Ai Weiwei met with students from around the world for a conversation.
Prof. Dr. Peter G Kirchschlaeger has been elected by the Federal Council to the Federal Ethics Committee on Non-Human Biotechnology (ECNH) on June 4, 2021. In an interview with Georges Scherrer he talks about his new advisory function and his role as a theological ethicist.
The Graduate School is offering seed money funding for a promising doctoral student. The closing date for applications is October 1, 2021
Employers often ask applicants about their last salary during the recruitment process. A field experiment shows what happens when such salary information is no longer available to employers.
Adrienne Hochuli, Research Fellow and PhD Student at the Institute of Social Ethics ISE of the University of Lucerne talks about the ethical aspects of freedom under the condition of a Covid-certificate.
Prof. Dr. Giovanni Ventimiglia and his research team analyse the so-called cultural DNA of the West thanks to the generous support of the SNSF. This time they scrutinise themes surrounding the notion of "being"; themes not only of interest to Aristotle and his medieval Latin and Arabic commentators, but also figuring centrally in the liveliest international philosophical and theological debates today in both Christian and Islamic worlds.