Our research and teaching aim to examine, analyse and influence the world of work and organisations in Australia and beyond by exploring challenges around the employment relationship and the workplace. Our research themes include:
Our theory-led, strategy-focused and policy-relevant teaching and research equips our students with the knowledge and skills to work in diverse organisational settings. We contribute directly to knowledge, policy and practice in the fields of management, leadership, organisational behaviour, human resource management and employment relations.
Professor Marian Baird
Professor Rae Cooper
Professor Bradon Ellem
Professor Kevin Lowe
Professor John Shields
Emeritus Professor Russell Lansbury
Emeritus Professor Greg Patmore
Associate Professor Stephen Clibborn
Associate Professor Dimitria Groutsis
Associate Professor Myra Hamilton
Associate Professor Anya Johnson
Associate Professor Sunghoon Kim
Associate Professor Angela Knox
Associate Professor Helena Nguyen
Associate Professor Chris F Wright
Dr James Donald
Dr Alex Veen
Dr Vanessa Loh
Dr Karyn Wang
Dr Ju Li Ng
Dr Shanta Dey
Dr Nate Zettna
Dr Flora Gill
Dr Jim Kitay
Dr Min-Kyu Joo
Dr Iain Ross
The publication of the November 2021 issue of the Journal of Industrial Relations marks the end of a 22-year period where Australia's leading journal in this field was based at the University of Sydney Business School.
This was the second such long run of editorship: the journal had previously been based at the University from its founding in 1959 (making it one of the first industrial relations journals in the world) until 1974.
In this final editorial (pdf, 491KB), the outgoing team reflects upon the trajectory of the journal and the practice, research and teaching of industrial relations.
We host regular seminars as part of our Work and Organisational Studies Speaker Series. If you would like to attend one of these talks, please email email@example.com. All other enquiries should be directed to Associate Professor Stephen Clibborn, who coordinates the series.