Conversations on Work, Organisation and Wellbeing is a social media initiative of Griffith University, educating the world on how to create safe, inclusive, engaging and productive workplaces. It aims to strengthen the capacity of its members to promote achievements from their high-quality research to a wider academic, industry and government audience. Our areas of research are:

  • Employee Voice at Work
  • Emotion at Work
  • Wellbeing at Work
  • Change in the Workplace
  • The Future of Work
  • Diversity at Work

This blog is monitored by the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing.

Latest posts

Leaders who don’t listen will eventually be surrounded by people with nothing to say: A dive into destructive leadership

WOW Director publishes new book on destructive leadership. Key words: Abusive supervision, destructive leadership, leader derailment, toxic leadership, Dark Triad, dark triangle, occupational stressor From left: Professor Paula… Read More

There is little success where there is little laughter: New publication on organisational wellbeing

WOW member and incoming director co-edits cutting-edge book providing latest insights into perspectives on organisational wellbeing. Organisational wellbeing is a relatively new buzz word in… Read More

‘When people go to work, they shouldn’t have to leave their souls at home’ – A new informed resource with real world case studies for Human Resource Management

WOW member co-edits book on Human Resource Management (HRM) that examines how organisations manage their people. The roots of HRM can be found in the… Read More

Research participation opportunity in the ‘Young Carers Survey’

Are you a young person aged 9-24 who provides unpaid care/support or spends extra time looking after someone who needs assistance? If yes, we would… Read More

‘Why yes, I’m overqualified’: PhD candidate investigates ‘employment incongruity’ among skilled migrants

WOW PhD candidate Negar Faaliyat has just published her first paper relating to her PhD project: ‘The Probability of Unemployment for Middle Eastern and North… Read More

Griffith academic ranked in the top 2% of cited scientists globally

WOW member Professor Adrian Wilkinson has been in the top 2% of cited scientists globally. Stanford University has conducted a publication analysis that recognises… Read More

An academic review of WOW’s workshop on Equity, Diversity and Gender in Employment (wEDGE)

The Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing (WOW) of Griffith University hosts biannual symposiums, affectionately known as wEDGE: workshops in Equity, Diversity and Gender in… Read More

Performance appraisal stress? Try to look on the bright side

WOW PhD candidate co-publishes as first author in renowned psychology journal Is the stress of your next performance appraisal getting you down? It might not… Read More

PhD project investigates the dangers of nursing fatigue and what they need to recover

Fatigue among healthcare shiftworkers, and nurses specifically, has been a growing body of research in employment relations. As we have now seen the far-reaching effects… Read More


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