Associate Professor Ian Glendon from the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing will be presenting a special seminar Tuesday regarding organisational identification (OID) and its relationship with antecedent and criterion variables. “I think if people identify with the organisation that they are in then it has a sort of iterative context. People feel more comfortable […]
As Australians and future hopeful visa holders are watching carefully as the Federal government prepares to announce details on what will replace the abolished 457 visa program, Professor Kate Hutchings of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing says it comes at a time where we need to re-think about what international work looks like […]
While there may be an air of uncertainty when it comes to the status of Australia’s new temporary visa program following the axing of the 457 Visas, Professor Ruth McPhail of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing believes the local hospitality industry may see some hardships in some areas, but the situation may increase […]
Despite well-intentioned engagement programs, some Australian businesses are underestimating the value of human capital within the Indigenous workforce, according to Griffith University PhD candidate Lorraine Tulele.
Entrepreneurs are often seen as mavericks who take risks and win, but Griffith University researcher Dr Elliroma Gardiner has also uncovered a dark side to this dynamic human behaviour.
What would you rather have in your workplace: a happy environment where co-workers celebrate their birthdays with a singalong over a supermarket sponge cake, or simply fewer frustrations?
Griffith University Professor of Employment Relations Adrian Wilkinson has been named on a prestigious shortlist of international HR Thinkers (first published, August 6, 2012) HR Most Influential 2012 has unveiled the names of the top 20 global thinkers challenging assumptions and practice in the field of human resources, with Professor Wilkinson the only Australian academic […]