Griffith University Masters recipient Mo Moezzi and third-year business student Georgia Smith connected through Griffith's Industry Mentoring Program and have developed such a rapport they plan to continue working together after the program concludes.
Retha Du Plessis knew she wanted to do something beyond her day job and when she came across Suited To Success/Dress For Success she knew she had found what she was looking for.
Connecting with a Coach through the Griffith University program led to Tori Macklin gaining valuable workplace experience.
The results of a survey conducted by researchers at theCentre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeingwith 272 Australian paramedics has revealed the invaluable role of family, friends and work supervisors’ support as they go about their job. With three years’ funding from theAustralia Research Council Linkage program(LP160100004) and industry partnersUnited Voice(QLD and NT branches) and theAmbulance […]
WOW’s Professor Ruth McPhail is Head of the Department of Employment Relations and Human Resources (with whom the Centrehas a close working relationship). Raised as an academic at Griffith University, her social justice agenda has always been very strong. We spent five minutes with Ruth to learn a little more about what research underpinned by […]
When it comes to organisational values, Bruce Highfield of Olam International believes they hold a deeper meaning for companies than some may think. “I think in the beginning most organisations felt that they needed to placate the HR department and find some words to stick on the wall, but I think we’ve moved on from […]
Professor Adrian Wilkinson is the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing’s long-serving (foundation) Director. He’s a pretty darn good captain of the WOW-ship with his ‘open door’ style and keen interest in seeing workers’ voices not fall on deaf ears, so we spent five minutes with Adrian (because it looks like that’s all he’ll have […]