Corporate Social Responsibility and the Employment Relationship
The paradox between pressures for companies to adopt socially responsible policies in a range of fields and changes to employment laws and practices which appear to contradict this.
||Corporate Social Responsibility, Employment Relations
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp.145-154.
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Worked in public and commercial accountancy roles before moving into public administration in the Australian Public Service. Worked in pay and personnel policy issues in the former Public Service Board,Canberra and policy roles in industrial relations in the former Department of Employment and Industrial Relations, Melbourne. Academic interests have lain in employment relations, human resource management, and management principles. Author of two best-selling human resource management texts, and of numerous refereed articles.
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