We are a group of pioneering human resource management (HRM) scholars interested in studying HR decision-making, processes, and behaviors. The lab is directed by Andrew R. Timming, Full Professor of Human Resource Management at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Our research examines topics as diverse as employee selection decisions, effective recruitment, employee voice, mental health, and workplace bullying.
Our primary research interests are described below.
Recruitment and Employee Selection
We research how organizations can effectively attract and "sort" job applicants.
We research how organizations can effectively involve employees in decision-making.
Mental Health, Workplace Bullying and Mobbing
We research how organizations can effectively manage conflict in the employment relationship.
Much of our research is driven by evolutionary psychology and behavioral science
Recruitment and Selection
We research how organizations can effectively recruit and "sort" employees.