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Conducting research around emotion; employee voice; health and safety; equity, diversity and gender; collectivism; wellbeing; & managing human capital at work.
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That’s a wrap folks! Today we hosted our final HDR Coffee and Conversation of 2019 with Dr Ciara Kelly of Sheffield University Management School. shared some tricks of the trade to recruiting research participants and insights into the UK academic job market.
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wowgriffith Dec 8
Prof Bradley Bowden has written a chapter for the Business and Management Encyclopedia. He examines direct effects of labor cost-cutting efforts waged by railroad management in the 1890s, and argues that they only made a marginal financial difference.
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Human Resource Management Journal Dec 5
The submission window is now open for proposals for special issues. You have until December 31st. More details about requirements can be found here: . With thanks to our SI editor
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wowgriffith Dec 4
There is little research on the psychological impact of animal death and bereavement in the veterinary industry. Prof Paula Brough identifies three major themes: Contextual nuances; Relational dynamics; Cumulative impact. Photo credit: Scientific People
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wowgriffith Dec 3
Celebrating International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) Andrew Gall is a Tasmania Aboriginal. He is a Griffith student, studying Doctor Visual Art. In this video, he shares the awareness of IDPwD.
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wowgriffith Dec 2
WOW Director Prof Adrian Wilkinson delivered a keynote at the International Conference on the new Great Transformation of Work, promoted by ADAPT: . Adrian presented on Employee Voice at Work. )
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Pietro Manzella Nov 30
and now the final plenary session of the conference ‘Labour is not a Commodity, Today”
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ADAPTinternational Nov 30
Employees Voice at Work. Evolution and Perspectives • Last but not least Adrian Wilkinson () speech
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Pietro Manzella Nov 30
Now (Australia) discussing the notion of
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Rea Prouska Nov 29
Hot off the press! Our paper on and in Central and Eastern with , & Adrian Wilkinson is available online:
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Michele Dalla Sega Nov 30
Now at Adrian Wilkinson, Professor at “Employee voice at work: evolution and perspectives”
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wowgriffith Nov 27
We had a thoughtful seminar this week from Prof Brad Jackson of BSI, which was attended by industry, academics and PhDs. It was inspiring to hear about He his hopes for the future of collective leadership. We look forward to reading your upcoming Special Issue, Brad!
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wowgriffith Nov 26
Designing, implementing and evaluating organizational interventions Join us as WOW & School of Applied Psychology host Prof Karina Nielsen of Sheffield University Management School. When: Tues Dec 3, 10–11am Where: M10_5.04 videolinked to G27_1.11 RSVP:
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wowgriffith Nov 25
Prof co-authored a Nature Communications paper resulting in reports quantifying the value of Australia’s national parks to the economy based on the improved mental health of people who visit them. Read the paper here:
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wowgriffith Nov 20
We had an engaging seminar this week from Professor Andreas Liebbrandt of Monash. Andreas shared his findings from a field experiment with a Fortune 500 company of over 15,000 employees, that tested several approaches to increase the demographic diversity of employees.
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wowgriffith Nov 19
The Asia Pacific Academy for Psychosocial Factors at Work would like to invite you to their 2nd Conference on 17-18 Sept 2020. It will be held at the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. Jill Dorrian and Paula Brough will be keynote speakers. Read more:
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wowgriffith Nov 18
No, a ‘complex’ system is not to blame for corporate wage theft An interesting article about “blame-shifting” in The Conversation following the Woolworths admission that it had underpaid about 5,700 staff by up to A$300 million. Read more here:
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GriffithMBA Nov 17
Prof Brad Jackson at the upcoming Seminar on the collective dimensions of leadership - the challenges of connecting theory & method. 📅 Tue 26 Nov ⌛ 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM 📍 Nathan campus 👉 Register
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wowgriffith Oct 30
Congrats to Dr on her success in the 2020 GU New Researcher Grant round for her project 'Rideshare drivers' voice experiences: A comparative Australian and UK study' is a comparative, qualitative study that will explore Australian and UK ride-share drivers’.
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wowgriffith Oct 30
Did you know that there are opportunities to collaborate with experts to help solve problems that impact your organisation? WOW provides tailored expert advice and training to help solve problems for not-for-profit, industry and government organisations.
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