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  • Plimmer, G (Victoria University of Wellington, 2015)
    Poor leadership, weak people management and flawed upward information flows are contributing to the stagnation of public sector productivity, participants at a recent seminar were told. A change in focus for the HR profession ...
  • Plimmer, G (Victoria University of Wellington, 2018-09-25)
    New Zealand women are paid 12% less than men on an hourly basis and, far from improving, the gap is widening (Statistics New Zealand, 2016). Dr Jackie Blue, the Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO) Commissioner at the Human ...
  • Plimmer, G (Victoria University of Wellington, 2018-09-25)
    Since enactment of the Employment Contracts Act (ECA) in 1991, for the duration of which the New Zealand Government ceased compiling such data, the Centre for Labour, Employment and Work (formerly Industrial Relations ...
  • Plimmer, G (Victoria University of Wellington, 2018-09-25)
    Unequal pay and sexual harassment are two examples of the persistence of gender inequalities, over 40 years since the emergence of second wave feminism and the passing of Equal Pay legislation. Although many formal and ...
  • Plimmer, G (Victoria University of Wellington, 2018-09-25)
    Employee performance management (PM) has become increasingly popular in the last three decades. It supposedly improves individual attitudes, and then organizational performance. It does this through a continuous process ...
  • Plimmer, G (Victoria University of Wellington, 2014)
    New Zealand public servants are generally satisfied with their jobs and want to make a difference to society, although they have mixed feelings about their organisations. To understand this discrepancy between what they ...
  • Plimmer, G (Victoria University of Wellington, 2011)
    The initial paper in the Future State Project (IPS Working paper 10/08) describes several powerful new trends beginning to impact on public sector management including limited funding, rising public expectations, and more ...
  • Plimmer, G (Victoria University of Wellington, 2013)
    In April 2013, the Public Service Association and Victoria University’s School of Management surveyed public servants about their jobs, workplaces and organisations. Almost 16,000 PSA members took part from a wide range ...

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