The Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing (WOW) congratulatesAssociate Professor Keith Townsend, and co-author, Professor Mark Saunders (Surrey Business School, UK) who were awarded Best Paper in the Research Methodology track at the 2015 British Academy of Management (BAM) conference in September for their work – ‘An analysis of the number of interview participants in […]
A multi-disciplinary team of researchers from Griffith University’s Departments of Employment Relations and Human Resources; Tourism, Sport and Hotel Management; Accounting, Finance and Economics; the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing; and the Griffith Institute for Tourism recently completed a labour force skills audit and gap analysis for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. The […]
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Under the leadership of President, Justice Iain Ross AO, Australia’s workplace relations tribunal, the Fair Work Commission, began a national engagement and education program in 2014 to connect with, and provide education and support for, the industrial relations (IR) and human resources (HR) communities. At the same time, WOW’s Associate Professor Keith Townsend was noticing […]
SNAPO indicators — a catchy acronym used in health circles for behavioural risk factors associated with cardiovascular and other chronic diseases:Smoking,Nutrition,Alcohol,Physical activity, andOverweight and obesity. A team of researchers, led byWOW’sDr Rebecca Loudoun, surveyed 186 workers on six new or refurbishing mixed residential, office and retail building sites operated by the same firm around Brisbane […]
A team of Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing (WOW) researchers, in conjunction with a member ofAustralian Institute of Health Innovation at Macquarie University (Associate Professor David Greenfield),has recently published a paper in theInternational Journal for Quality in Health Carefocusing on the role of accreditation bodies in influencing human resource management (HRM) performance outcomes in […]
Just how many qualitative interviews are required when undertaking research, and how do researchers managing these projects justify such a number? “Unsurprisingly”, said co-author and Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing guest, Professor Mark Saunders (Surrey Business School, UK; pictured left), during a 10 March seminar: “There is not a narrow number or norm!” With […]