Professor Ralph Fevre showcases work on ill-treatment in the workplace
8 October 2012
Professor Ralph Fevre will be showcasing research done within the Cardiff School of Social Sciences on the topic of ill-treatment in the workplace at four events scheduled across November and December.
Information about each event is listed below.
The Stress Network Annual Conference 2012: Hard Times, Great Expectations and Victorian Values
This conference is scheduled to take place between Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th November 2012. Professor Fevre will be delivering a keynote address, entitled 'Insight Report on Ill Treatment at Work'. For more details about the event, and to book a place, please click here.
National Assembly Lunchtime Briefing
Professor Fevre will be delivering a lunchtime briefing on the subject to Assembly Members and others are the National Assembly on Tuesday 4th December 2012.
ESRC Seminar Series: 'Reframing Resolution'
Professor Fevre has been invited to lead the second seminar in this ESRC Seminar Series, which will be entitled 'Resolving workplace disputes-employee voice engagement and representation'. The seminar will take place in the University of Central Lancashire on Wednesday 12th December 2012. For more details please click here.
National Institute of Economic and Social Research: Employment Seminar Series
Professor Fevre has been invited to lead the 15th seminar in the NIESR Employment Seminar Series, which will be entitled 'Why ill-treatment at work is a public issue not a private problem'. This will take place at the NIESR in London on Tuesday 18th December 2012. For more details please click here.
BBC Radio Four: Thinking Allowed
Dr Amanda Robinson accompanies Professor Fevre to discuss this research with Laurie Taylor on BBC Radio Four's Thinking Allowed programme. This will be aired on Wednesday 24th October 2012 and available on BBC website shortly afterwards. To listen to this broadcast please click here.