Topics: Workplace sexual harassment (prevention, complaints processes, bystanders, perpetrator tactics), unpaid work and internship, digital platform (gig) work, flexible and customised work.
Contact: Professor Paula McDonaldp.email@example.com
0412 762 150
Topics: Multi-level marketing, unpaid work and internships, recruitment fraud, employment scams, work-integrated learning, educator wellbeing, gender and transport justice.
Contact: Associate Professor Deanna Grant-Smithdeanna.firstname.lastname@example.org
07 3138 2491
Topics: Social licence, social impact, food waste, corporate social responsibility/sustainability/ESG.
Contact: Associate Professor Bree Hurstbree.email@example.com
Topics: Ethical consumerism (boycotts, buycotts), shareholder activism and political investorism, modern slavery and labour exploitation, politics, lobbying and interest groups.
Contact: Associate Professor Erin O’Brienerin.firstname.lastname@example.org
Topics: Community Engagement (any context) – including community voice/authentic consultation, community engagement around disasters, stakeholder engagement, reputation (corporate) and stakeholder relationships.
Contact: Professor Kim Johnstonkim.email@example.com
Topics: Social and public policies, socioeconomic inequalities, care work and gender in STEMM workplaces
Contact: Dr Diana Leon-Espinozadiana.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Grant-Smith, Deanna (2023). From Avon ladies to nutrition clubs: How much do you really earn in multi-level marketing? The Sydney Morning Herald.
Cathcart, Abby, Laudon, Melinda, Cunningham, Sam (2022). We have developed a way to screen student feedback to ensure it’s useful, not abusive (and academics don’t have to burn it. The Conversation.
O’Brien, Erin (2023). Seven steps to ‘clean up’ cotton industry. Queensland University of Technology.