Dr Renee Paulet’s research focuses on human resource management (HRM) and staffing organisations. Dr Paulet has developed a body of research spanning topics from the impact of place on HRM, HRM in call centres, and managing HR in small businesses.
More recently, Renee has begun exploring the field of sustainable HRM, with a focus on the role of employees in achieving an organisations’ sustainability objectives. She is committed to providing quality higher education to business students and is researching continuous improvement of teaching to off-campus students through peer review of online teaching practices. This research has resulted in the development of an online teaching peer review framework, several publications, and a VC Citation for Teaching Excellence Award.
Renee received her PhD from Monash University in 2006 and is currently a Lecturer in management at Federation University Australia. She has worked for the University and its predecessors for 20 years.
A Literature Review of the COVID-19 Pandemic’s Effect on Sustainable HRM
A meta-review of 10 years of green human resource management: is Green HRM headed towards a roadblock or a revitalisation?
Over the past decade Green Human Resource Management (GHRM) has emerged as a growing field of...
Employee voice: the missing factor in sustainable hrm?
Peer Review in Blended Teaching: A reviewers perspective
Peer Review of Teaching can be a useful tool in the development of academic teaching and...
Sustainable HRM: Rhetoric versus Reality
SUSTAINABLE HRM - IS IT JUST RHETORIC WITHOUT EMPLOYEE VOICE?
Sustainable Human Resource Management (HRM), a relatively new yet expanding view of HRMâ€™s role...
Location matters: The impact of place on call centres
Scaling IR and HR: A case study