with Walter DeKeseredy Tuesday, May 7, 2019 12:30 – 1:30 PM Swanston Academic Building, Level 9, Room 12, 445 Swanston Street, Melbourne Enquiries & RSVPs: email@example.com add to
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CPOW’s research focuses on the leadership and management of people in the workplace, as well as understanding the wider economic, political, technological, social and cultural environment in which organisations operate. A major goal is to formulate positive policies and programs for business, government, and community.
Researchers explore issues such as diversity, skills development, human resource management and how to achieve effective results that are related to financial, operational and organisational sustainability, employee commitment, as well as economic and employee wellbeing.
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01 May 2019 RMIT University Swanston Academic Building (Building 80) 445 Swanston Street, Melbourne 01 MAY 19 This workshop comprises part of the flagship CRIMT
Tuesday, April 9, 2019 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Swanston Academic Building (Building 80), Level 6, Room 5, 445 Swanston Street, Melbourne RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org Add to
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Gender, Migration and the Work of Care: Comparative Perspectives The project investigates how the reorganization of care is influencing care workers’ international migration, and how
Building Resilience and Inclusion Amongst Vulnerable Populations Through Social Media This project examines how vulnerable persons and emergency management organisations use social media during disasters.