Technological development outpacing understanding, HR researcher says

The critical importance of technology is becoming more recognised in the 21st century knowledge economy but the digitisation of our work lives is often misunderstood,… Read More

Do organisations believe people are assets?

Griffith Academics provide innovative analysis of the evolution, challenges and emerging developments in HRM internationally In the recent book The SAGE Handbook of Human… Read More

“I’d like to speak to your manager” – An international exploration of management history in the modern world

Professor Bradley Bowden, member of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing, publishes a book series that critically engages with lively and current debates within… Read More

Professor and Director of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing explores the history and future of employment relations in recent Routledge Companion

In his (co-edited) book The Routledge Companion to Employment Relations, Professor Adrian Wilkinson, Director of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing (WOW) and… Read More

Can emotions really exist if we don’t talk about them?

A Griffith researcher’s book helps to unpack how our emotions impact ourselves and others at work. Managing emotions at work can be challenging, especially as… Read More

Improving people management in emergency services

Co-Authored by Professor Keith Townsend, Dr Ashlea Kellner and Chantal Gallant Extant research suggests that individuals working in emergency services experience employee burnout, high stress… Read More