A new book co-edited by the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing’s Glenda Strachan, foundation member Kaye Broadbent and Geraldine Healy of Queen Mary University of London is shining a new light on the issues of gender and professions in the 21st century. “The professions in Australia and internationally traditionally encompassed occupations which were male […]
The Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing is hosting Professor Jason Shaw from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University on October 10th as he holds a special seminar about his study on a construal-level theory of employment relationships and psychological contract fulfilment. In his paper, Professor Shaw argues that there is a distinct difference in the […]
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An investigation into the experiences of nurses exposed to shift work is shining new light on coping strategies health care workers go through, and is emphasising the importance of strong front-line management. Griffith University’s Jane Gifkins, under the supervision of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing’sRebecca Loudoun, published the research as a result of […]
Bruce Highfield, the Executive General Manager of Human Resources and Safety at Olam International will joinUnitingCare Queensland’s Shannon Foley and the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing’s Dr Rebecca Loudoun for a special panel discussion on the importance of organisational values in the recruitment and management of employees. Those in attendance will hear about a […]
Professor David Peetz and of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing, and Professor Georgina Murray have released a new book that they have edited that aims to reshape how we look at gender gaps. The concept for Women, Labor Segmentation and Regulation: Varieties of Gender Gaps comes from Peetz’s 2015 article in the Cambridge […]
The Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing’s Director Professor Adrian Wilkinson has just released A very short, fairly interesting and reasonably cheap book about employment relations, a new book that he co-wrote with colleagues Tony Dundon (University of Manchester) and Niall Cullihane (Queens, Belfast), but it is not like any of his publications before. “This […]