• A place to be me, a place to belong: defining fun at work in a New Zealand call-centre

      Morrison, RL (Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ), 2012)
      This paper examines the multiple meanings and differing value that employees attach to ‘fun at work’ in a large call-centre. It utilises a phenomenological methodology to identify four components of fun at work: (1) ‘doing’ ...
    • Employee social liability – more than just low social capital within the workplace

      Morrison, RL; Macky (Faculty of Business and Law, Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      We describe a construct termed employee social liability (ESL); the antithesis of employee social capital. A conceptualisation of social liability does not yet exist and is the aim of this paper. We propose that ESL arises ...
    • Employees behaving badly: social liabilities at work

      Morrison, RL; Macky (Irish Academy of Management (IAM), 2015)
      The impact that negative or distracting others (social liabilities) have on individuals in the workplace should not be underestimated. The purpose of this research was to develop a broad, theoretically derived measure of ...
    • How does “Fun at Work” work for Learning Advisors in Aotearoa-New Zealand?

      Owler, K; Morrison, RL (Association of Tertiary Learning Advisors of Aotearoa New Zealand (ATLAANZ), 2015)
      Job satisfaction and motivation are vital to ensuring productivity and business success. As part of enhancing student success in a fast changing world, it is necessary for Tertiary Learning Advisors (TLAs) to be motivated ...
    • When relationships at work, work (and don’t work!)

      Morrison, RL; Cooper-Thomas, HD; Geertshuis, S (The European Business Review, 2013)
      Like them or loathe them we cannot escape the people we work with. In Relationships in Organisations: A Work Psychology Perspective,1 Rachel L. Morrison, Helena D. Cooper-Thomas and Susan Geertshuis explore the positive ...