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23-26 June 2024
Tiberias, Israel

Important message from the organizing committee

Call for papers

Message from the organizing committee

IMPORTANT message from the organizing committee


ISSWOV 2024 conference will be organized online



Dear colleagues,

Thank you for the abstracts you sent. We look forward to an exciting and educational conference. We look forward to seeing you face to face and enjoying social gatherings as is customary in the grand tradition of ISSWOV conferences.


Unfortunately, the security situation in Israel is sensitive and uncertain at the moment. We decided to move the conference to an online modality out of a desire and responsibility to keep your safety, and we hope you understand the constraints. Tel-Hai Academic College has excellent infrastructure, and we are sure that we can hold a high-quality conference in this medium as well.


When the days of peace come (hopefully soon), all the researchers at the conference are very welcome to come and visit Tel Hai College and enjoy a place of spectacular beauty and unique rural, cultural, and natural ecosystem aside from being a leading academy (and by then a reasonable chance that we will be declared a university). See you soon online,

Prof. Eliezer Shalev President

Prof. Aharon Tziner and Prof. Edna Rabenu ISSWOV 2024 Conference - organizing committee.

Call for papers

ISSWOV Conference 2024
Values, Attitudes, and Behaviors in the Aftermath of the Pandemic
23-26 June 2024, Tiberias
, Israel


We are pleased to announce the ISSWOV Conference 2024, an international conference focused on exploring the vital theme of Values, Attitudes, and Behaviors in the Aftermath of the Pandemic. The conference aims to bring together scholars, researchers, practitioners, and industry experts from around the world to engage in fruitful discussions and exchange knowledge on the role of values in shaping work practices and organizational dynamics.

Modality: Hybrid


We encourage physical participation in the conference according to the tradition of ISSWOV which combines social events of the scholar community alongside academic excellence, however this year we will hold the conference in the Hybrid form for the benefit of our colleagues who want to participate, but due to the circumstances are not able to come to Israel at this time.



The conference's central theme revolves around the intersection of work and organizational values, especially how values, attitudes, and behaviors changed in the aftermath of the pandemic. In today's dynamic and ever-changing business landscape, understanding the significance of values in driving workplace behaviors, decision-making, culture, and overall success has become increasingly crucial. This conference seeks to delve into various dimensions of this theme, examining how values impact employees, leaders, and organizations at large.


Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

1.    Ethical leadership and its influence on organizational values
2.    Embracing diversity and inclusivity in the workplace
3.    Values-based decision-making and its impact on organizational performance
4.    Remote work and flexible work arrangements
5.    Employee engagement and job satisfaction in value-driven organizations
6.    Organizational change and the role of values in managing transitions
7.    Purpose-driven organizations
8.    Corporate social responsibility and sustainability in the
context of organizational values
9.    The role of technology and innovation in shaping work values
10.    Building a values-based organizational culture
11.    Ethics and integrity in human resource management
12.    The impact of work values on employee well-being and mental health
13.    Aligning personal and organizational values to enhance motivation and productivity
14.    Case studies of successful organizations built on strong core values
15.    Strategies for instilling and maintaining values during times of crisis
16.    The role of education and training in promoting organizational values
17.    Measuring and assessing organizational values and their effectiveness
18.    AI (Artificial intelligence) and values at work
19.    Non-traditional work agreements (arrangements) and work values
20.    Heavy work investment in work and cultural values
21.    Change in psychological relationships in the world of work


Submission guidelines


We invite researchers and practitioners to submit original papers related to the conference theme or work and organizational values. 

In addition to the classic thematic parallel sessions, we will also organize an interactive poster session format, where all posters in the session will be exhibited and the authors will have the opportunity to give a short oral presentation of 5 to 10 minutes to the audience.


Scholars interested in presenting their empirical papers at the conference must submit an extended proposal abstract before midnight on February 15th, 2024. 

There is a limit of four proposals per author.


Proposals submissions will be done through the Conftool platform. The site will be open on December 15th, 2023.

Submissions will be in the form of extended abstracts. All submissions will undergo a review process to ensure the quality and relevance of accepted papers. The abstracts should be well-structured, and empirical studies should be supported by data and rigorous methodology.


Extended abstracts should contain no less than 300 words and no more than 500, covering the following points:
A) Purpose/Goal
B) Design/Methodology/Approach
C) Main findings
D) Implications to Practice
E) Originality/Value


Acceptance of proposals will be based on relevance to ISSWOV members’ interest, novelty, creativity, and potential to be engaging.

The conference proceedings will contain only the extended abstracts of the accepted proposals, only if at least one of the authors pays the conference fees. Only graduate students interested in applying for the Rami Sagie Award will be required to submit the full version of the papers on a due date to be announced in the coming months.


Registration and payment options will open on March 1st, 2024.


Important dates

• Abstract submission deadline: February 15th, 2024
• Notification of acceptance: March 1st, 2024
• Conference dates: June 23-26, 2024


Keynote Speakers

We have invited renowned experts and thought leaders in the fields of organizational behavior, human resources management, and general management to share their insights during the conference. Their valuable contributions will set the stage for meaningful discussions and enrich our understanding of the conference theme.



Participants interested in attending the conference can register online through the Conftool platform. Early bird registration discounts and student rates will be available.

We look forward to your valuable contributions and participation in this exciting event!



Luis M. Arciniega, ISSWOV President
Horia Moasa, Scientific Committee Chair
Aharon Tziner, Organizing Committee Chair
Edna Rabenu, Organizing Committee Chair

Message from the organizing committee chairs

Prof. Edna Rabenu, Tel-Hai Academic College, Israel
On behalf of the organizing committee.


We would like to welcome all participants to the ISSWOV 2024 Conference to be hosted in Tiberias, Israel, organized by Tel-Hai Academic College. 


Tel-Hai College is situated within the stunning Upper Galilee, one of Israel's most beautiful and breathtaking regions, characterized by its beautiful lush landscape, amazing natural landforms, waterfalls, historic sites, and quaint rural villages. The rare ecological diversity in a radius of about 40 kilometers, from the Golan Heights mountains to the Hula Valley, and the varied agricultural activity taking place in the region, are a foundation for groundbreaking research. Since its establishment as an academic institution, Tel-Hai College has grown and evolved into one of Israel’s leading colleges in every respect including the size of its student population, and the variety of its Bachelor and Master programs. 
Harnessing the unique resources of the region, its population, nature, and landscape, which together constitute a basis for innovation, advancing research, and shaping the future generation, academic research of the highest level is being conducted, innovative teaching methods are being applied, and proactive social involvement is being implemented in the Galilee and the entire northern region of the country.









The college’s affiliation with MIGAL– Galilee Research Institute strengthens the existing academic and research infrastructure of both bodies and facilitates the development and advancement of multi-disciplinary academic programs and research projects, as well as the continued building of the knowledge economy and leveraging industry in the Galilee region.
For many decades, Tel-Hai College has been rooted at the heart of the community in Galilee, not just as an educational center but as an integral part of the diverse local population, leveraging social and industrial developments through various collaborations. 
With three faculties: The Faculty of Social Science and Humanities, the Faculty of Science and Technologies, and the Faculty of Innovation and Teaching in Education, the college plays a major role in the research and development of technology and its application in Agriculture, Biotechnology, Computer Sciences, Education, Society, Medicine, Health and Wellbeing, and provides students with an array of academic opportunities.
We are happy to announce that due to Tel-Hai research achievements, the Council for Higher Education in Israel as well as the Government of Israel, announced that Tel-Hai Academic College will become soon the University of the Galilee in Kiryat Shmona.
Our student body is an eclectic mix of society and culture; a true mosaic of Israeli society, bringing together male and female, Jewish and Arab, and traditional and secular Israeli young adults. With a constant annual growth of about 7%, our student body numbers over 5000 students in full-time academic studies. Going beyond its original mandate to provide higher education for Galilee residents, the college's outstanding programs now draw 60% of its students from outside Galilee. 
Tel-Hai College also offers high-quality, innovative short-term international programs and workshops. Its International Academic Affairs Unit creates and supports new opportunities for international partnerships and programs, for the benefit of students and faculty.
The International Unit establishes new international partnerships for the College, that lead to collaborative projects and research, as well as exchange programs for both students and faculty and guest lecturers on campus.  The College is a proud partner of the US Fulbright program in Israel, the Faculty Fellowship Program, and the European Union’s Erasmus+ Program. 

We chose to hold the conference in the city of Tiberias because it is a tourist resort, located on the banks of the Sea of Galilee and near the Jordan River. The Tiberias area is full of hotels, restaurants, and modern places of entertainment alongside historical places, archaeological sites, Holy sites for Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, and settlements unique to Israel such as the kibbutzim. 












                         Tiberias today                                                                                    Tiberias 1870







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We are sure you will have a good experience in the conference, and we look forward to seeing you all in Tiberias soon,



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