Paula McDonald
Paula McDonald
Professor of Work and Organisation, QUT Business School
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Workplace sexual harassment 30 years on: A review of the literature
P McDonald
International Journal of Management Reviews 14 (1), 1-17, 2012
Have traditional career paths given way to protean ones? Evidence from senior managers in the Australian public sector
P McDonald, K Brown, L Bradley
Career Development International 10 (2), 109-129, 2005
Explanations for the provision-utilisation gap in work-life policy
P McDonald, K Brown, L Bradley
Women in Management Review 20 (1), 37-55, 2005
Methodological choices in work-life balance research 1987 to 2006: a critical review
A Chang, P McDonald, P Burton
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 21 (13), 2381-2413, 2010
Class contestations and Australia’s resource boom: The emergence of the ‘cashed-up bogan’
B Pini, P McDonald, R Mayes
Sociology 46 (1), 142-158, 2012
Social media (tion) and the reshaping of public/private boundaries in employment relations
P McDonald, P Thompson
International Journal of Management Reviews 18 (1), 69-84, 2016
Investigating work-family policy aims and employee experiences
P McDonald, D Guthrie, L Bradley, J Shakespeare-Finch
Employee Relations 27 (5), 478-494, 2005
‘Full‐time is a Given Here’: Part‐time Versus Full‐time Job Quality*
P McDonald, L Bradley, K Brown
British Journal of Management 20 (2), 143-157, 2009
Attributes required of graduates for the future workplace
K Gow, P McDonald
Journal of Vocational Education and Training 52 (3), 373-396, 2000
Young people’s aspirations for education, work, family and leisure
P McDonald, B Pini, J Bailey, R Price
Work, employment and society 25 (1), 68-84, 2011
Freedom or fallout in local government? How work–life culture impacts employees using flexible work practices
P McDonald, B Pini, L Bradley
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 18 (4), 602-622, 2007
The emotional geography of a mine closure: a study of the Ravensthorpe nickel mine in Western Australia
B Pini, R Mayes, P McDonald
Social & Cultural Geography 11 (6), 559-574, 2010
Mining work, family and community: A spatially-oriented approach to the impact of the Ravensthorpe nickel mine closure in remote Australia
P McDonald, R Mayes, B Pini
Journal of Industrial Relations 54 (1), 22-40, 2012
Visibility in the workplace: still an essential ingredient for career success?
P McDonald, L Bradley, K Brown
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 19 (12), 2198-2215, 2008
Challenging the rhetoric of choice in maternal labour‐force participation: preferred versus contracted work hours
PK McDonald, LM Bradley, D Guthrie
Gender, work & organization 13 (5), 470-491, 2006
Daggy shirts, daggy slogans? Marketing unions to young people
J Bailey, R Price, L Esders, P McDonald
Journal of Industrial Relations 52 (1), 43-60, 2010
Developing a framework of effective prevention and response strategies in workplace sexual harassment
P McDonald, S Charlesworth, T Graham
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 53 (1), 41-58, 2015
Framing sexual harassment through media representations
P McDonald, S Charlesworth
Women's Studies International Forum 37, 95-103, 2013
Organizational rhetoric in the prospectuses of elite private schools: Unpacking strategies of persuasion
P McDonald, B Pini, R Mayes
British Journal of Sociology of Education 33 (1), 1-20, 2012
Compounding Vulnerability?: Young Workers' Employment Concerns and the Anticipated Impact of the WorkChoices Act
P McDonald, J Bailey, D Oliver, B Pini
Australian bulletin of labour 33 (1), 60, 2007
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