The place of gender in contemporary workplaces in New Zealand and Australia

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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The scarcity of women at senior levels in Auckland-based law firms, working part time in the Australian university sector, and the attitude of  men towards equity in the transport and logistics sector were a few of the topics addressed during the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing’s bi-annual gender and workplace relations symposium on 22 […]

Work and employment relations in an uneven patchwork world: AIRAANZ 2013

Sue Ressia
Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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Well attended by both Academic and Higher Degree Researchers (HDRs), the 27th Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ) Conference was held from 6–8 February, this year in Fremantle, Western Australia. Many a WOW industrial relations scholar delivered papers, following the release of findings from two Australian Research Council Linkage grants’ […]

Lecturers score golden award

Department of Employment Relations and Human Resources
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Three Griffith Business School lecturers were recognised by students for their outstanding teaching this month. Ben French, Janis Bailey and Kate Hutchings (pictured) were awarded the Golden Key International Honour Society’s Best Lecturer Awards through nominations by students. Mr French and Associate Professor Bailey received their awards at a ceremony on August 7 at Nathan […]