Melinda Laundon is a lecturer in learning and teaching development, impact and recognition in the QUT Academy of Learning and Teaching. Her research interests include performance, reward and recognition, research impact, higher education policy and learning and teaching. Her work is often based on interdisciplinary approaches combining public policy, employment relations theory and learning and development theory. Recent and current research projects include reward and recognition in the Australian finance sector, digital technologies and work practices in the commercial screen industries, and evaluation of university teaching and learning. Melinda’s career prior to academia was in the Australian Public Service, most recently as the Australian Research Council’s Assistant Director, Research Performance and Analysis.
- Social media in the creative sector: 'Below the line' screen industries employees
- Teaching philosophy statements: What do educators believe they should do to help students to learn?
- Laundon, Melinda, Cathcart, Abby, McDonald, Paula (2019) Just benefits? Employee benefits and organisational justice Employee Relations, 41 (4), pp.708-723.View on ePrints
- Laundon, Melinda, Cathcart, Abby & McDonald, Paula (2019) Fairness in the workplace: organizational justice and the employment relationship. London: Edward Elgar
- McDonald, Paula, Cathcart, Abby, Grant-Smith, Deanna, Laundon, Melinda, Mayes, Robyn, Moore, Katherine, Williams, Penelope (2018) Submission to the Select Committee on the Future of Work and Workers Select Committee on the Future of Work and.View on ePrints
- Laundon, Melinda, Williams, Penny (2018) Flexible work: Barrier to benefits? Financial Planning Research Journal, 4 (2), pp.51-68.View on ePrints