Editorial: Work Family & Gender
Haar, J. (2009). Editorial: Work Family & Gender. New Zealand Journal of Human Resource Management, 9(3), 149-150.
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Welcome to the third issue in our set of Special Editions of the New Zealand Journal of Human Resource Management (NZJHRM). As mentioned previously (Issues 1 and 2), the current set of Special Issue’s seeks to promote emerging research and researchers from New Zealand and Australasia undertaking research of interest to Human Resource Management professionals, academics, and researchers. As with the two previous issues, a number of these papers were presented at the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference in Auckland 2008. Let me reiterate my thanks to those reviewers for their initial work with the conference. This Special Issue focuses on work-family and gender, and I have combined these due to their complimentary nature, rather than suggesting they are inexorably linked together. As a work-family researcher myself, I believe work-family issues are important and relevant to all employees, not just females. However, I combined papers into this stream because clearly there are issues and theoretical underpinnings that make these streams of HRM research sufficiently close to relate.
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