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The School of Human Resources Management (SHRM) houses the single largest group of HRM scholars in any Canadian university, with robust research achievements and agendas. Our cutting-edge research, undertaken within the range of methodological, ontological, and epistemological perspectives, addresses real-world problems and prominent intellectual debates.

SHRM faculty members have a very wide range of expertise including career management, compensation, critical management studies, employment and labour law, gender and diversity, industrial relations, global HRM, recruitment and selection, strategic HRM, training and development, and work-nonwork issues.

Voice in Supply Chains: Does the Better Work program lead to improvements in labor standards compliance?

K. Pike
2020

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Better Work beyond the workplace: A comparative study of gender dynamics in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Kenya, Lesotho, and Vietnam

K. Pike
2020

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Dialogue and Coordination: How hybrid models can strengthen labor standards enforcement

K. Pike
2020

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Women’s work in Kenya’s Athi River EPZ: Opportunity or exploitation?

K. Pike
2019

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Developmental Enforcement? Challenges to public and private enforcement of labour standards in the South African and Lesotho garment sectors

K. Pike
2019

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Negative affect and counterproductive workplace behavior: The moderating role of moral disengagement and gender

S. Deutsch Salamon, P. Singh
2014

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The Evolution of CEO Compensation over the Organizational Life Cycle: A Contingency Explanation

P. Singh
2014

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The Context of Business: Understanding the Canadian Business Environment

L. Karakowsky, N. Guriel
2014

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'High potential' programs: Let's hear it for 'B' players

P. Singh
2014

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Performance-enhancing compensation practices and productivity: The role of workplace bullying

P. Singh
2014

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Human resource systems and ethical climates: A resource-based perspective

P. Singh, S. Ezzedeen
2014

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The potential "spillover" of temporary agency work

C.L. Wilkin
2014

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Do "Rising Stars" Avoid Risk? Status-Based Labels And Decision Making

L. Karakowsky, M.J. Ducharme
2014

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Correlates of career priority and family priority among hospital-based nursing staff. Gender in Management

R. Burke, P. Singh
2014

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Time Affluence, Material Affluence and Work Experiences of Professional Women in Russia

P. Singh
2014

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