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He aronga takirua: Cultural double-shift of Māori scientists. Jarrod Haar and William John Martin

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We are recruiting!

With significant growth over the last few years, Human Relations is recruiting a new Associate Editor to join its current Editorial Team. Ideal candidates will have made significant scholarly contributions in management studies or a related field, have significant methodological expertise (especially in qualitative methods), have had considerable experience as a reviewer and ideally editorial experience. Closing date is Friday June 16th – find out more about the role and how to apply here.

A Behind the Scenes Look at an Award-Winning Paper on Knowledge Hiding

What goes into making an exceptional academic article? In this interview, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Smriti Anand, and Yasin Rofcanin, an Associate Editor of the journal Human Relations, ask that of Laura Venz and Hadar Nesher Shoshan, authors of the journal’s official 2022 article of the year. In “Be smart, play dumb? A transactional perspective on day-specific knowledge hiding, interpersonal conflict, and psychological strain,” the authors explore knowledge hiding; addressing the question, if knowledge hiding has only negative effects, why do employees hide knowledge in their everyday work at all? Read the interview here to learn more about the writing process and discover the important implications of this paper for research and practice.

Editorial: Crafting review and essay articles for Human Relations

This important piece for Human Relations outlines our current broad expectations for reviews and essays as a guide for authors and reviewers! You can access the article online HERE.






Call for Papers

Human Relations seeks high-quality research papers that extend our knowledge of social relationships at work and organizational forms, practices and processes that affect the nature, structure and conditions of work and work organizations.

Why publish in Human Relations

Human Relations is included in the FT50 journals list used by the Financial Times in compiling the FT Research rank, included in the Global MBA, EMBA and Online MBA rankings.

Human Relations is an A* journal – the highest category of quality in the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality List. Journals ranked A* represent approximately the top 6.8% of listed Business and Management journals. Human Relations is ranked 4 in the Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) Academic Journal Guide 2021.

2-year impact factor: 5.658
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