Professor Jeremy Moon:
Corporate Social Responsibility – Ethics, Business or Politics? (November2019)
Julie Douglas and Katherine Ravenswood:
Putting New Zealand’s 2017 Care and Support Workers Pay Equity Act into Practice – Research findings & Reflections on issues for Australia. (October 2019)
Violence Against Women in Rural Areas – What We Know and What We Don’t Know. (May 2019)
Dr Shelley Marshall, Dr Annie Delaney, Dr Carol Bond:
Corporate Social Responsibility / Corporate Accountability (Research Seminar) (May 2019)
Book Launch: Winning for Women A Personal Story by Iola Mathews
Professor Peter Turnbull:
Can work get any worse? Working in the Single European Market (April 2019)
Professor David Whyte:
Kill the Corporation, Before it Kills Us! (March 2019)
Professor Chris Warhurst:
The Future of Work – Positions, Policies and Evidence (March 2019)
CRIMT 2018 Conference Plenary: Peter Fairbrother
On the Experimentation in the Re-regulation of Work and Employment : How Do We Understand, Interrogate and Compare Cases?
CRIMT 2018 Conference Plenary: Kate Farhall
On The Workplace and Domestic Violence: Challenges and Opportunities During a Time of Industrial Disruption?
Professor Sara Charlesworth | RMIT University – Professor Charlesworth is a Professor and Deputy Head of School (Research and Innovation) in the School of Management. She holds a PhD in Legal Studies. Professor Charlesworth has published and presented widely in a wide range of academic, policy and community fora and has been involved in a number of key gender equality policy reviews and debates. Professor Charlesworth’s research interests centre on gender inequality in employment at the labour market, industry and organisational levels.
Professor Peter Fairbrother | RMIT University – Professor Fairbrother is Professor of International Employment Relations in the School of Management and Deputy Director of the Centre for People, Organisation and Work. Professor Fairbrother focuses on the political economy of work futures, bringing together two dimensions: first on collective organisation and representation, and second the changing patterns and relations of work and employment in different political contexts.
When is proactivity wise? A review of factors that influence the individual outcomes of proactive behavior.
Video produced by Parker, S.K., Wang, Y., and Liao, J. to disseminate their research findings published in the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior.
Paid care, labour deregulation and private business: Lessons from the UK.
This is a slide pack and presentation by Cardiff University’s Dr Lydia Hayes, presented at RMIT University Melbourne.
“The study I am discussing in this episode is Wang, Y., Wu, C. H., Parker, S. K., & Griffin, M. A. (2018). Developing goal orientations conducive to learning and performance: An intervention study. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 91(4), 875-895. ” ~ Rebecca J. Jones