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  • New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations
    law and human resource management so it is a must for academics students researchers and policy makers Editors The editors of the New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations formerly New Zealand Journal of Industrial Relations are Dr Felicity Lamm and Dr Erling Rasmussen Associate Professor and Professor respectively at Auckland University of Technology and Dr Rupert Tipples Senior Lecturer at Lincoln University They have written extensively on employment relations and

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  • New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations
    mixed results namely the importance of controlling for exposure and the possibility that associations differ depending on the particular health indices outcome measures selected Findings highlight the importance of controlling for exposure when comparing OHS outcomes for permanent and temporary workers using multiple health indices and the need for systematic research into different types of temporary work Several factors that may explain why seasonal workers experience higher rates of injury but appear to have adapted positively to intermittent employment are identified The study reinforces the need for a more nuanced explanation of how temporary work can affect health and safety Peter Schweder Centre for Occupational Health and Safety OHS Research AUT Michael Quinlan School of Organisation and Management Australian School of Business The University of New South Wales correspondence Philip Bohle Work and Health Research Team Ageing Work and Health Research Team Faculty of Health Sciences The University of Sydney Felicity Lamm Centre for OHS Research AUT Andy Huat Bin Ang Centre for OHS Research AUT Employee participation and quality of the work environment Cases from New Zealand Raymond Markey Candice Harris Katherine Ravenswood Gay Simkin and David Williamson Abstract The article reports on an investigation of the association between direct and representative forms of employee participation and the quality of the work environment including the psychosocial work environment A multi method research strategy was utilized in eight organisational case studies across four New Zealand industries hotels schools aged care facilities and food manufacturing factories The study finds that workplaces with strong forms of participation displayed high levels of work environment quality but that this association was mediated by the nature of different forms of participation and their relationship with each other as well as by industry characteristics Representative participation plays a critical role but in the absence of union representation JCCs or direct participation can also play important roles In other words it appears to be either union or non union participation but not both that is associated with positive QWE outcomes These results support previous research suggesting that non union forms of employee participation may displace or undercut unionism but there is no confirmation that direct participation was associated with poor QWE outcomes as suggested by some recent literature The research also contradicts European particularly Scandinavian evidence regarding the complementary role of direct and representative participation including union representation which may reflect the impact of differential national industrial relations regimes Further research is needed at this level to examine the differential impact of various forms of employee participation on the full quality of work environment including its psychosocial aspects Prof Raymond Markey Director of the Centre for Workforce Futures and Professor of Employment Relations Department of Marketing and Management Macquarie University Sydney Australia Candice Harris Associate Prof Department of Human Resource Management and Employment Relations Auckland University of Technology New Zealand Katherine Ravenswood Senior Lecturer Department of Management Auckland University of Technology New Zealand Gay Simpkin Department of Management Auckland University of Technology New Zealand David Williamson Senior

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  • New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations
    37 Number 3 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2012 Vol 37 Number 2 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2012 Vol 37 Number 1 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2011 Vol 36 Number 3 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2011 Vol 36 Number 2 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2011 Vol 36 Number 1 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2010 Vol 35 Number 3 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2010 Vol 35 Number 2 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2010 Vol 35 Number 1 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2009 Vol 34 Number 3 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2009 Vol 34 Number 2 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2009 Vol 34 Number 1 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2008 Vol 33 Number 3 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2008 Vol 33 Number 2 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2008 Vol 33 Number 1 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2007 Vol 32 Number 3 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2007 Vol 32 Number 2 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2007 Vol 32 Number 1 New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2006 Vol 31 Number

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  • New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations
    Replies on published articles before making a submission the author of a comment should first communicate with the article author to ensure there are genuine disagreements or points of issue Submission should not exceed 1500 words If accepted for publication the article author will be given the right of reply not to exceed 1500 words 3 Copyright The copyright of published articles is held by ER Publishing Ltd No limitation will be placed on the personal freedom of the author to copy or to use in subsequent work material contained in the paper 4 Payments Payments are not made to the authors Authors receive 3 free copies of the Journal in which their article appears PREPARATION OF MANUSCRIPTS 1 Style Articles must be submitted in the Journal s style For guides on style authors should consult a recent issue Particular attention should be paid to the method of citation and the style for lists of references including citation of legal cases and references 2 Footnotes The first footnote should be asterisked and contain the author s position s affiliation s and any acknowledgements 3 Quotations Quotations longer than 35 words should be indented Short quotations should be enclosed in double quote marks and run on in the text 4 Tables and diagrams Tables and diagrams should be numbered consecutively in arabic numbers and their place in the text indicated clearly Tables tables should follow the style of tables in recent issues of the Journal Charts and diagrams authors are responsible for preparing the final copy of any charts and diagrams These should be drawn to a professional standard with black ink on white paper The headings labels etc should also be drawn professionally or be prepared on a computer and reduced to a size suitable for inclusion directly into the

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  • New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations
    are for Online Editions of the Journal 1 Year Subscription Companies AUD 55 3 issues February June and October Click Paypal logo below to make secure payement available through Visa Mastercard Discover and American Express payments accepted Read more 1 Year Subscription Individuals AUD 55 3 issues February June and October Click Paypal logo below to make secure payement available through Visa Mastercard Discover and American Express payments accepted Read

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  • New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations
    here at NZJER or fill out your details below Email editors nzjournal org Phone 027 2446645 Post ER Publishing Ltd New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations P O Box 147 117 Ponsonby AUCKLAND 1034 Please enter a correct email and postal address so that we can provide you with furthersubscription details submission guidelines and keep you up to date with all news and information from the New Zealand Journal of

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  • New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations
    NZ site for government related resources news and information in the area of employment relations Now part of the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment http www ema co nz Employers and Manufacturers Association A resource for employment and union and workplace matters and advice http www employment org nz A site connected to the editors of the NZJER Dr Felicity Lamm and Dr Erling Rasmussen This site is an excellent resource free downloadable material for the editors employment related texts An Introduction to Employment Relations in New Zealand and Employment Relations in New Zealand http eeotrust org nz EEO Trust a not for profit organisation tasked with providing EEO information and tools to employers and raising awareness of diversity issues in New Zealand workplaces http www hrc co nz Human Rights Commissoin Information on all forms of discrimination in New Zealand http firstunion org nz FIRST union an amalgamation of the NDU and Finsec unions http www chamber co nz Auckland Chamber of Commerce http union org nz CTU New Zealand Council of Trade Unions This site has information on activities of unions throughout New Zealand http www epmu org nz The EPMU is New Zealand s largest trade

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  • New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations
    Thank you for subscribing to the New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations Log in to New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations Use the Email address and PayPal Username to log in Don t forget to turn on your cookies Username

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