Hannah Meacham
Hannah Meacham
Lecturer, Human Resource Management, Monash University
Verified email at monash.edu
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Supporting workers with disabilities: a scoping review of the role of human resource management in contemporary organisations
J Cavanagh, T Bartram, H Meacham, C Bigby, J Oakman, E Fossey
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 55 (1), 6-43, 2017
632017
Is coworker feedback more important than supervisor feedback for increasing innovative behavior?
N Eva, H Meacham, A Newman, G Schwarz, TL Tham
Human Resource Management 58 (4), 383-396, 2019
302019
HRM practices that support the employment and social inclusion of workers with an intellectual disability
H Meacham, J Cavanagh, A Shaw, T Bartram
Personnel Review, 2017
252017
What constitutes effective support in obtaining and maintaining employment for individuals with intellectual disability? A scoping review
C Cheng, J Oakman, C Bigby, E Fossey, J Cavanagh, H Meacham, ...
Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability 43 (3), 317-327, 2018
162018
Ethical management in the hotel sector: Creating an authentic work experience for workers with intellectual disabilities
H Meacham, J Cavanagh, T Bartram, J Laing
Journal of Business Ethics 155 (3), 823-835, 2019
132019
Innovation programs at the workplace for workers with an intellectual disability: Two case studies in large Australian organisations
H Meacham, J Cavanagh, A Shaw, T Bartram
Personnel Review, 2017
132017
Going the extra mile: Managers and supervisors as moral agents for workers with disability at two social enterprises
T Bartram, J Cavanagh, S Sim, P Pariona-Cabrera, H Meacham
Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations 73 (4), 728-752, 2018
72018
Re‐calibrating HRM to improve the work experiences for workers with intellectual disability
T Bartram, J Cavanagh, H Meacham, P Pariona‐Cabrera
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 59 (1), 63-83, 2021
52021
Vocational learning for workers with intellectual disability: interventions at two case study sites
J Cavanagh, H Meacham, PP Cabrera, T Bartram
Journal of Vocational Education & Training 71 (3), 350-367, 2019
42019
Emergency Workers
H Meacham, PP Cabrera, J Cavanagh, T Bartram
Contemporary Work and the Future of Employment in Developed Countries 51, 7
17
Workplace health promotion interventions for Australian workers with intellectual disability
H Meacham, J Cavanagh, T Bartram, P Pariona-Cabrera, A Shaw
Health Promotion International 36 (2), 321-333, 2021
2021
Healthcare
N Kia, J Cavanagh, H Meacham, B Halvorsen, PP Cabrera, T Bartram
The Fourth Industrial Revolution, 183-195, 2021
2021
Emergency Workers: Working with Violence
H Meacham, PP Cabrera, J Cavanagh, T Bartram
Contemporary Work and the Future of Employment in Developed Countries, 99-114, 2020
2020
Career Management: The Transition Process for Workers with Disability
H Meacham, T Bartram, J Cavanagh
The Palgrave Handbook of Disability at Work, 99-114, 2020
2020
Mental Health and Well-being at Work
H Meacham, J Cavanagh, T Bartram, K Spaeth
Contemporary HRM Issues in the 21st Century, 2019
2019
Is Co-Worker Feedback More Important than Supervisor Feedback for Increasing Extra-Role Behaviors?
N Eva, H Meacham, G Schwarz
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 11942, 2018
2018
The master and apprentice: lessons from two PhD supervisors and a recent PhD graduate
J Cavanagh, H Meacham, T Bartram
How to Keep Your Research Project on Track, 2018
2018
Constructing successful career paths for people with intellectual disabilities: Workplace innovation programs from Australia
HJA Meacham, J Cavanagh, A Shaw, T Bartram
2017
Human Resource Management and Social Exchange Theory: a study of disability workers in Australia
H Meacham, J Cavanagh, A Shaw, T Bartram
Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference 2016: Under New …, 2016
2016
An exploratory study of the retention of workers with an intellectual disability
H Meacham, A Shaw, J Cavanagh, T Bartram
Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management 2016: Making Organisations …, 2016
2016
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