Work and Organisational Studies
Workplace Relation Education Series Lecture
Russell Lansbury, The University of Sydney Business School
19th Mar 2014 01:00 pm - 02:00 pm CBD Campus - Stockland Building Lvl 17,133 Castlereagh Street
The Workplace Relations Education Series has been established following the success of the 2013 lecture series. In 2014, the program has been expanded to encompass three aspects: an invited paper series, a lecture series, and mock unfair dismissal hearings. The lectures and mock hearings will take place in capital cities around Australia.
The first lecture for 2014 will be a collaboration between the Fair Work Commission and the University of Sydney.
Effective management-employee communications has long been viewed as a key ingredient in positive employment relations, yet they remain an elusive goal for many organisations.
This presentation will examine how employee communications and engagement can be better integrated with enterprise bargaining and employment relations to achieve productive outcomes for organisations and the broader economy.
Bio: Russell Lansbury is Emeritus Professor in Work and Organisational Studies in the University of Sydney Business School. He holds a PhD from the London School of Economics. Professor Lansbury has been a Senior Fulbright Fellow at the Sloan School of Management at MIT, and a consultant to the ILO and OECD. His current research focuses on the effects of management strategies on employment relations and labour practices in multinational enterprises.
The University of Sydney
CBD Campus - Stockland Building
Lvl 17,133 Castlereagh Street
Wednesday 12 March 2014 via
The University of Sydney Business School website