The Changing Nature of Work: Invisible Employee Contracts

20 June 2017

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Allan Scott Auditorium
North Terrace, City West Campus
UniSA

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Based on her latest research, world-renowned international researcher Prof Jacqueline Coyle-Shapiro will discuss the difference between formal contracts and informal psychological contracts.  Join us to learn the answers to these important questions in the changing world of work: How are psychological contracts formed? Why are they so important? How do they influence employees’ satisfaction, well-being, and effectiveness? What happens when psychological contracts are breached?

Prof Coyle-Shapiro is a Professor of Organisational Behaviour at the London School of Economics.  She is a member of CWeX, the Innovation Co-Creation Lab and the Radical Innovation, Team Processes and Leadership Project.  For more than 20 years, Professor Coyle-Shapiro has presented and conducted research around the world on justice in organisations, psychological contracts, citizenship behaviour, and organisational change.

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