‘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

‘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

To speak or not to speak? WOW academics co-author research handbook on employee voice

Do you have a voice at work? Do you know when to speak up or say nothing? These are some of the aspects of employee… Read More

Griffith expert gives tips on how to cope in close quarters

Originally written by Christen Hill in Griffith News With many employees now working from home around the country, as measures to stop the spread of… Read More

Celebrating the successes of WOW visiting scholar

Professor Mark Saunders wins prestigious award for publication Professor Mark Saunders of Birmingham Business School has been visiting WOW for the last month while on… Read More

PhD Endgame: Beat the stress and put the pedal to the metal

Multiple WOW academic and doctoral students contribute to a new book with honest and practical insights on keeping the doctorate on… Read More

Griffith team conducts important research on PTSD and support networks for ambos, generating resource allocation by SA government

When we dial 000, it’s often under traumatic circumstances that can have a lifetime impact; but how do these events affect those who work in… 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