Human resource management and employment relations at AUT University: an overview
- Also referred to as, or includes, employment relations, occupational health and safety, industrial relations, people and employment
Human resource management is about understanding people at work and retaining employees. This field requires knowledge of employment law and the role of groups such as government and trade unions. AUT has the largest concentration of expertise in human resource management and employment relations in New Zealand, and is one of the top 2 concentrations in the Asia-Pacific region.
Key academic contact
Professor Erling Rasmussen
Professor of Work and Employment
Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext 5916
Research interests and associations
Research strengths include:
Human resource management and employment relations research overview and staff profiles
- Work and labour market studies
- Occupational health and safety
- Gender and diversity
Degrees and qualifications
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