Tuesday 22 November 2016 
The University of Auckland Business School

A collaborative day to share research on workplaces, and to understand organisational practitioners’ research needs. Come along to hear some of the latest workplace research, conducted by a range of New Zealand universities, and contribute to shaping future research that is useful to you.

Brought to you by the Academic Branch of the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand Incorporated

Introduction

The Academic branch is a ‘virtual branch’, designed to complement and contribute to the geographic branches of HRINZ. One of its key goals is to strengthen the engagement between HR academics and HR practitioners, to their mutual benefit, by advancing relevant HRM research, on the one hand; and, evidence-based HRM practice and policy advice, on the other. This is the fourth Research Forum HRINZ has hosted. It is held every second year.

If you wish to share your ideas and experiences, hear and discuss the research of others, network with people who may provide research expertise, collaborations or opportunities, the HRINZ Research Forum is for you.

Organising Committee

  • Dr. Ann Hutchison
    The University of Auckland Business School

  • Professor Jim Arrowsmith
    Massey University

  • Professor Pieter Nel
    Unitec

Target Audience

This research forum is targeted to the following audience:

  • HR Practitioners
  • HRM Academics
  • PhD and Masters Students
  • Other interested parties

Brought to you by the Academic Branch of the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand Incorporated

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