AUT - Jeremy Hayman

AUT

Dr Jeremy Hayman

Senior Lecturer in Management

Email: jeremy.hayman@aut.ac.nz

Qualifications:

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Curtin University – Australia)
  • Master of Business (Hons) (Massey University – New Zealand)
  • Bachelor of Business (Massey University – New Zealand)
  • Certificate in Adult Teaching (BOP Polytechnic – New Zealand)

Biography:

Biography

Dr Hayman joined AUT University in 2007 as a Senior Lecturer in Management.  Prior to joining AUT Jeremy completed a PhD from Curtin University Business School in Western Australia. He has held academic positions throughout the Asia-Pacific and was a Sales Manager with the Nufarm Corporation prior to his academic career.   

Jeremy teaches courses in Human Resource Management and Issues in Human Resource Management. His main research interests include flexible work arrangements, work/life balance, productivity, employee well-being and recently he has been involved in a project on Occupational Health and Safety in the New Zealand Maritime industry. 

Teaching Areas:

Expertise in Degree and Post Graduate Research Supervision
  • Human Resource Management
  • Organisational Behavior
  • Organisational Psychology
  • Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods

Research areas:

Areas of Expertise
  • Human Resource Management
  • Employee Well-Being
  • Flexible Work Arrangements 
  • Mixed-Method Research Methodology







Current Research Projects:

Current Research Projects
  • Flexible Work Arrangements
  • Work/Life Balance and Employee Well-Being
  • Occupational Health and Safety in the NZ Maritime Industry

Publications:

Selected Publications

Referred Journal Articles
  1. Hayman, J. (2010). Flexible Work Schedules and Employee Well-Being. The New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations – Special Issue on Occupational Stress. Vol 35(2). 
  2. Hayman, J. (2009). Flexible Work Arrangements: Exploring the Linkages between Perceived Usability of Flexible Work Schedules and Work/Life Balance. Journal of Community, Work and Family: Special Issue on Work/Life balance. Vol 12(3). (Publication printed in English, French, Dutch and Spanish). 
  3. Hayman, J. (2009). Modelling the relationships between control over flexible work schedules, work/life balance and job satisfaction. New Zealand Journal of Human Resource Management (on-line).   
  4. Hayman, J. (2005). Psychometric assessment of an instrument designed to measure work/life balance. Research and Practice in Human Resource Management, Vol 13(1). pp. 85-92. 

Peer Reviewed Conference Papers and Commissioned Government Reports

  1. Hayman, J. (2010, 9-12 June). The utilisation of flexible work arrangements in achieving work/life balance: Australian and Dutch experiences. Paper presented at the 11th International HRM Conference, Aston Business School, Birmingham, UK.
  2. Hayman, J. (2010, June 29-July 1). Work/life balance and flexible schedules: Comparisons between Australian and Dutch experiences. Paper presented at the 2nd IWP Institute of Work Psychology Conference on Work, Well-Being and Performance, Sheffield, UK.
  3. Lamm, F., Hayman, J. & Anderson, D. (2010). OHS in the New Zealand Fishing Industry: Preliminary findings of the key issues. Fourteenth Conference on Labour, Employment and Work (LEW). Victoria University of Wellington, November 30 - December 1, 2010 .   
  4. Hayman, J. (2009, April 16-18). The relationships between work schedule control, perceived access to flexible work schedules, work/life balance and job satisfaction. Paper presented at the Community, Work and Family Conference. Utrecht University, The Netherlands.   
  5. Legg, S., Laird, I., Lamm, F., Olsen, K., & Hayman, J. (2008). Occupational Health and Safety in Small to Medium Enterprises: A National Study for the NOHSAC. National Occupational Health and Safety Advisory Committee, p.205. 
  6. Hayman, J. (2008, December 2-5). Exploring the Linkages Between Control over Flexible Work Schedules, Work/Life Balance and Job Satisfaction of Office Based Employees. Paper presented at the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Auckland, New Zealand. Proceedings of the 22nd Conference.  
  7. Hayman, J. (2007). Flexible work arrangements: Linkages between work schedule control, perceived usability of flexible work schedules, work/life balance and job satisfaction. PhD Dissertation. Feb, 2007. Curtin University of Technology. 
  8. Hayman, J. (2007, December 4-7). Flexible working arrangements: exploring the linkages between perceived usability of flexible work schedules and work/life balance. Paper presented at the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Sydney, Australia.[Abstract; On-line], Managing our Intellectual and Social Capital: Proceedings of the 21st ANZAM Conference. 



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