From decent wages to decent work: showcasing the SMART work design framework

Creating quality work that is healthy and productive.

29 Mar 2022 | 0900-1100

Webinar

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Prof Sharon Parker 

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Register now for our webinar in March and hear world-leading researcher, ARC Laureate Fellow Sharon Parker, outline the importance of work design for multiple work outcomes using the SMART model.

 

Plus we launch our serious game drawing on the science concerning living wages and decent work.

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This joint EAWOP Impact incubator and BPS DOP webinar develops our ongoing series on decent work, with two major contributions: the first from Prof Sharon Parker and the second from Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann.

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, from the University of Edinburgh Business School and EAWOPii decent work topic lead, will review our new ESRC and EAWOP-funded serious game, “Superbmarket”, that draws on the science concerning living wages and decent work, showing how it can be used to develop understanding of the impact of poor quality and low paid work for employees and their leaders.

Before that however, world-leading researcher, ARC Laureate Fellow Sharon Parker, will outline the importance of work design for multiple work outcomes using the SMART model. Prof Parker is a John Curtin Distinguished Professor in Organisational Behaviour and her research has been cited more than 26,000 times internationally. She has been recognised as one of the world’s most influential scientists and social scientists, as well featuring in the 2020 World's Top 2% Scientists list by Stanford University. Read Sharon Parker's full biography here.

You can see more about the webinar on our events page, including how to register for free.