University career management practices for academic staff: A reality check?
Larkin, Jacqueline and Neumann, Ruth. (2009). University career management practices for academic staff: A reality check? New Zealand Journal of Human Resources Management. 9(1), pp. 120 - 130.
|Authors||Larkin, Jacqueline and Neumann, Ruth|
This paper presents findings from the initial stage of a larger study on the career development of older academics. The paper reports the extent to which universities represent organizational career management practices for academic staff on-line and in web-based public documents. The findings highlight that to a certain extent universities express a role in the career management of academics. The selected sample of 16 Australian Universities revealed that on average half of the selected organizational career management practices for academic staff were represented. There was a reasonable degree of variation across universities and different states on the range of organizational career management practices for academic staff. An area of concern may be the limited evidence of retirement preparation and succession planning documents.
|Keywords||Human resource development; Human Resource Management Policies and Practices; Human Resource Management and Organisation Performance; Strategic Human ResourceManagement; Career Management.|
|Journal||New Zealand Journal of Human Resources Management|
|Journal citation||9 (1), pp. 120 - 130|
|Web address (URL)||http://www.anzam.org/wp-content/uploads/pdf-manager/1334_LARKIN_JACQUI-344.PDF|
|Open access||Open access|
|Page range||120 - 130|
|Research Group||Peter Faber Business School|
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