How does failure to attain a promotion impact an employee’s assessment of themselves and their ongoing engagement with their organisation? What influence does perceived fairness of the process have on their responses?

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Wilson Wong

Wilson Wong: Head of Insight & Futures; Interim Head of Research

Research interests include futures research focusing on the Future of Work and methodology, for example Scenario Planning/Delphi Technique, the psychological contract; the evolving employment relationship, management standards and standardisation; the nature and future of voice, and human capital measurement.

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