New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations We are seeking papers which explore the views of ER stakeholders’ (i.e. employers, the State, employees/unions, academics and media) views towards a range of contemporary themes connected to OHS. We would ask submitting authors to note that papers may address one, several or all of these stakeholder perspectives and can be conceptual, empirical or commentary in composition. Additionally, papers which… Continue Reading.
Accepting Submissions & Proposals for Special Issues. Labour and Industry is the official journal of the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ), and was established in 1987. It is published by Routledge/Taylor and Francis and a new editorial team was appointed in 2016, led by researchers from Massey University Auckland and Victoria University Wellington. The… Continue Reading.
Three aspects of the changing nature of managerial work are especially worthy of enquiry: First, the new pace of managerial work (working time, work intensification, work−life balance); second, the new environment of managerial work (job security, managerial careers, labour market reform); and third, the new social dynamics of managerial work (job identification, organizational identity, work commitment).
The field of Management Consulting research has grown rapidly in recent years. Fuelled by the drivers of complexity and uncertainty, a growing number of organizations – both profit and third sector alike – are looking at Management Consulting to assist in their aims for development and change. Consultants and change agents have become a common feature in organizational change initiatives, with individual consultants… Continue Reading.
The Australian Bulletin of Labour (ABL) call for proposals for special editions of the journal. The ABL promotes investigation and understanding of all matters relevant to the contemporary labour market and employment relations. It aims to publish applied research on work and workforce developments that will be accessible to interested non-technical readers. For more information, click HERE.