Paula McDonald

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The New Zealand Herald
Online profiling blurs the boundary of our public and private livesworkers with ensuring safe and private online spaces for employees. Peter O'Co
Online profiling blurs the boundary of our public and private lives
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 25 days ago
workers with ensuring safe and private online spaces for employees. Peter O'Connor is Senior Lecturer, Business and Management and Paula McDonald is Professor of Work and Organisation, ARC Future Fellow at Queensland University of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Study finds most employees unaware of extent of online profilingthey always managed their social media activities with their employer in mind.
Study finds most employees unaware of extent of online profiling
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 26 days ago
they always managed their social media activities with their employer in mind. QUT School of Business researcher Professor Paula McDonald said the study showed most employees were not aware that online profiling was commonplace. "Only 7 per cent... Read more
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International Business Times
Do you have a right to online privacy at work? Covert 'profiling' raises ethical concernsactivity with job prospects in mindGetty Images QUT School of Business researc
Do you have a right to online privacy at work? Covert 'profiling' raises ethical concerns
International Business Times / Posted 27 days ago
activity with job prospects in mindGetty Images QUT School of Business researcher, and the study's main author, Professor Paula McDonald said, "Given the covert nature of the practice I think there's scope for broad national guidelines in the area... Read more
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metro
Your boss is probably sniffing around your Facebook page - and it’s legalat any online information for the purpose of ‘monitoring’ employees – and the p
Your boss is probably sniffing around your Facebook page - and it’s legal
metro / Posted 27 days ago
at any online information for the purpose of ‘monitoring’ employees – and the practice is pretty commonplace. Professor Paula McDonald of QUT said, ‘Only 7 per cent of employees were aware that they were profiled at some time. However 29 per... Read more

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