Counter-productive forces at work: Challenges faced by skilled migrant job-seekers

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Title Counter-productive forces at work: Challenges faced by skilled migrant job-seekers
Author Ramsay, Sheryl Gai; Barker, Michelle Carmel; Shallcross, Linda
Journal Name International Journal of Organisaitonal Behaviour
Editor R. Erwee, R. Wiesner & B. Millett
Year Published 2008
Place of publication University of Southern Queensland
Publisher McGraw Hill
Abstract Recent research indicates that people from ethnic minority groups are particularly vulnerable to workplace bullying, suggesting important, negative implications for individuals, groups and broader societies. In order to examine this phenomenon further, information about the circumstances of skilled migrants in Australia is presented. Theoretical frameworks are used to examine potential difficulties from the perspectives of migrants and their workplaces. Results of a pilot study based on a work preparation program for unemployed skilled migrants are presented, followed by conclusions about the vulnerability of skilled migrants and recommendations for future research.
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Volume 13
Issue Number 2
Page from 110
Page to 121
ISSN 1440-5377
Date Accessioned 2009-04-06
Language en_US
Research Centre Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing; Griffith Asia Institute
Faculty Griffith Business School
Subject Industrial and Organisational Psychology
Publication Type Journal Articles (Refereed Article)
Publication Type Code c1

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