Just work publications

Mobility, temporality and social reproduction

(2019) Mobility, temporality, and social reproduction: Everyday rhythms of the ‘FIFO family'. Gender, Place and Culture. (In Press)
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Mobility, temporality and social reproduction: everyday rhythms of the FIFO family

(2019) Mobility, temporality, and social reproduction: Everyday rhythms of the ‘FIFO family'. Gender, Place and Culture. (In Press)
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Academic evidence on the causes, manifestations and responses to workplace sexual harassment

& Charlesworth, Sara (2019) Academic evidence on the causes, manifestations and responses to workplace sexual harassment: Initial submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission's National Inquiry into Sexual Harassment in Australian Workplaces. (Unpublished)
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    Employee dissent on social media and organizational discipline

    Thompson, Paul, , & (2019) Employee dissent on social media and organisational discipline. Human Relations. (In Press)
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    Submission to the Select Committee on the Future of Work and Workers

    , , , , , , & (2018) Submission to the Select Committee on the Future of Work and Workers. Submission to the Select Committee on the Future of Work and Workers.
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      Trailing wives

      & Koshy, Paul (2018) Transnational labour migration and the place of reproductive labour: Trailing wives and community support in Boddington. Work, Employment and Society, 34(4), pp. 670-686.
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      Transnational labour migration and the place of reproductive labour: ‘trailing wives’ in the resource sector

      & Koshy, Paul (2018) Transnational labour migration and the place of reproductive labour: Trailing wives and community support in Boddington. Work, Employment and Society, 34(4), pp. 670-686.
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      The nature and prevalence of unlawful unpaid work experience in Australia

      Stewart, Andrew, Oliver, Damian, , & Hewitt, Anne (2018) The nature and prevalence of unlawful unpaid work experience in Australia. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 31(2), pp. 157-179.
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        Low pay but still we stay: Retention in early childhood education and care

        , , & (2018) Low pay but still we stay: Retention in early childhood education and care. Journal of Industrial Relations, 60(5), pp. 647-668.
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        Service producers and the spatial dynamics of screen media labor

        (2018) Stitching it all together: Service producers and the spatial dynamics of screen media labor. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 21(4), pp. 359-374.
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        Signals of support: Flexible work for mutual gain

        , , & (2018) Signals of support: Flexible work for mutual gain. International Journal of Human Resource Management. (In Press)
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        Executive-level support for flexible work arrangements in a large insurance organization

        , , & (2017) Executive-level support for flexible work arrangements in a large insurance organization. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 55(3), pp. 337-355.
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        Narrations and practices of mobility and immobility in the maintenance of gender dualisms

        Boyer, Kate, , & (2017) Narrations and practices of mobility and immobility in the maintenance of gender dualisms. Mobilities, 12(6), pp. 847-860.
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        Managing flexible work arrangements in small not-for-profit firms: The influence of organisational size, financial constraints and workforce characteristics

        , , & (2017) Managing flexible work arrangements in small not-for-profit firms: The influence of organisational size, financial constraints and workforce characteristics. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 28(14), pp. 2085-2107.
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        Voices of Labor: Creativity, Craft, and Conflict in Global Hollywood

        (2017) Voices of Labor: Creativity, Craft, and Conflict in Global Hollywood. University of California Press, Oakland, CA.
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          Workplace sexual harassment at the margins

          & Charlesworth, Sara (2016) Workplace sexual harassment at the margins. Work, Employment and Society, 31(1), pp. 118-134.
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          Action or inaction: bystander intervention in workplace sexual harassment

          , Charlesworth, Sara, & (2016) Action or inaction: bystander intervention in workplace sexual harassment. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 27(5), pp. 548-566.
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          Social media(tion) and the reshaping of public/private boundaries in employment relations

          & Thompson, Paul (2016) Social media(tion) and the reshaping of public/private boundaries in employment relations. International Journal Of Management Reviews, 18(1), pp. 69-84.
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          Profiling employees online: Shifting public-private boundaries in organisational life

          , Thompson, Paul M., & (2016) Profiling employees online: Shifting public-private boundaries in organisational life. Human Resource Management Journal, 26(4), pp. 541-556.
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          Facilitating sustainable professional part-time work: A question of design?

          Smith, Natalie & (2016) Facilitating sustainable professional part-time work: A question of design? Journal of Management & Organization, 22(2), pp. 205-223.
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          To ask or not to ask? Investigating workers' flexibility requests and the phenomenon of discontented non-requesters

          Skinner, Natalie, , & Pocock, Barbara (2016) To ask or not to ask? Investigating workers' flexibility requests and the phenomenon of discontented non-requesters. Labour & Industry, 26(2), pp. 103-119.
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          Challenging the myths about flexible work in the ADF

          , , & (2014) Challenging the myths about flexible work in the ADF. Australian Defence Force Journal, 95, pp. 55-68.
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