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Strategic human resource management; workplace mistreatments; workplace bullying; incivility; social undermining; ethical leadership; public management; mental health and wellbeing at work; Structural equations modelling; multilevel modelling.

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Dr Stephen Teo is a Professor of International HRM in Newcastle Business School. Prior to joining NBS, he was a professor of work and performance and Vice Chancellor's professorial research fellow in the School of Business and Law, at Edith Cowan University, Australia. Professor Teo has worked in Australia and New Zealand and has held various Faculty-based academic leadership roles. He has also lectured in Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Indonesia and Thailand. While employed at the Auckland University of Technology Business School, Professor Teo was recognised under the New Zealand Governments Research Performance ranking (2012 PBRF scheme) as one of the leading scholars in New Zealand, as shown by the outcome of the 2012 New Zealand Performance-based Research Funding evaluation (ranked in the top 6% of New Zealand business researchers (Ranked A – world class).
 
Professor Teo has published in top tier journals such as Human Resource Management (USA), Human Resource Management Journal, Journal of Vocational Behaviour, the International Journal of Human Resource Management, International Business Review, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Public Management Review, Work & Stress, International Small Business Journal, Journal of Small Business Management, International Journal of Hospitality Management, and Tourism Management. He has also published in the Journal of Advanced Nursing, Journal of Nursing Management, and Journal of Clinical Nursing. His most recent projects examined the impact of organisational change on the well-being and performance of public sector employees in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the USA and Vietnam. In particular, Professor Teo is interested in understanding the what and how the prevalence of workplace mistreatments (such as bullying, incivility, and social undermining) and how they impact on the work, wellbeing and happiness of employees.

 

Education/Academic qualification

Human Resource Management, PhD, Queensland University of Technology

2 Feb 199431 Jan 2001

Award Date: 2 Feb 2001

Human Resource Management, MBA, Monash University

Accountancy, BA, Monash University

Accountancy, PGDip, Monash University

Language Studies (other/general), PGDip, Swinburne University of Technology

External positions

Professor, Edith Cowan University

20162021

Professor, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University

20152016

Professor, Auckland University of Technology

20122015

Professor, Curtin University

20102012

Professor, Western Sydney University

20082010

University of Technology Sydney

19982008

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