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Researcher: Fishwick, S (Dr Simon Fishwick)

Fields of Research

Human Resources Management
Marketing Management (incl. Strategy and Customer Relations)
Tourism Management
Organisational Behaviour
Business Information Management (incl. Records, Knowledge and Information Management, and Intelligence)

Research Objectives

Work and Family Responsibilities
Expanding Knowledge in Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
Workplace Safety
Human Capital Issues
Industrial Relations

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A positive approach to employee selection; 27th ANZAM Conference: Managing on the Edge
Bridging the theory-practice gap: Performance management in an Australian setting; International Human Resource Management Conference
Employee opinion survey: Experiences of bullying, intimidation and harassment.
Exploring a Work Life Impact Audit: An Aid to Informed Consensus?; ANZAM
Media interview: Parental leave for Dads
National culture as an influence on perceptions of employer attractiveness; Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review
Presenting a 'career-life balance' approach to the work-life balance issue; International Review of Business Research Papers
Proceedings of the 2010 CAUTHE Conference; CAUTHE 2010
Reconciling the divide between strategic HRM practices and Work-Life Balance: Conceptualising a Career-Life Balance Audit; Annual London Conference of Money, Economy and Management
The Research-Practice gap in Australian graduate selection: a bridge too far?; ANZAM
The research-practice gap in selection; New Zealand Journal of Human Resources Management
Workplace bullying: Incidence and impacts; ANZAM: Managing for Volatility and Instability

Research Projects

An Evaluation of the 2007 Tasmania Fire Service (TFS) 2007 Bullying Survey Data and the Impact of Preventive Initiatives; WorkCover Tasmania (WCT)
Tasmanian Fire Service - Bullying Research Project; Tasmania Fire Service (TFS)

Research Candidate Supervision

Technical Innovation, Environment Protection and Education of Companies in China
The Transfer, from Australian Universities to the Workplace, of Graduate Attributes/Skills/Outcomes
Understanding the shapers of uncivil workplace behaviours and equipping the workforce to proactively prevent them adversely impacting individual, workgroup, workforce performance and productivity.