Link between organisational citizenship behaviour, non-preferred tasks and job design

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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When we talk to human resource (HR) managers about what constitutes a job, most point to the many different tasks their organisation expects employees to fulfill as a part of their role. Managers are told to make jobs interesting and the focus of managers and academics has been on allocating tasks that are interesting and […]

Women in leadership at the G20: round up

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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Forty-plus degree temperatures could not keep delegates—including Centre members Kate Shacklock, Georgina Murray, Elliroma Gardiner, and Higher Degrees Research (HDR) students Jessica Blomfield (pictured right), Mahan Poorhosseinzadeh and Vishal Rana—away from the G20 International Dialogue on Women in Leadership held at South Bank, Brisbane on the 16-17 November, 2014. With welcomes from Professor Ian O’Connor, […]