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Shaping the agenda 1: exploring the competencies, skills and behaviours of effective workplace mediators
(Kennedy Institute Workplace Mediation Research Group, 2016)
The Kennedy Institute Workplace Mediation Research Group (KIWMRG) is a group of academics and mediation practitioners attached to the Kennedy Institute of Conflict Resolution, Maynooth University, Ireland. The ...
Understanding pension communications at the organizational level: insights from bounded rationality theory & implications for HRM
This paper applies concepts from bounded rationality theory to develop an integrative model to understand how pension scheme structure and pension scheme communication impact pension participation and contribution rates ...
Shaping the agenda 2: implications for workplace mediation training, standards and practice in Ireland
(Kennedy Institute Workplace Mediation Research Group (KIWMRG), 2016)
The aim of this project is two-fold: To provide a comprehensive review of the international literature regarding the competencies, skills, and behaviours of effective workplace mediators and To provide an analysis of the ...
Increasing pension participation rates through automatic enrolment: a critique of firm size
This paper focuses on the question: “Will automatic enrolment (AE) legislation impact on the participation rates for small firms?” We develop a model to explain why large organisations are more likely to offer pensions ...