Griffith University well-being survey: Preparing for an intergenerational practice pilot in Western Australia during COVID-19

Business and government
Published
In order to better understand and respond to the needs of older Australians living independently, Griffith University researchers partnered with Western Australian not-for-profit community organisations to conduct a Wellness survey. The Griffith Well-being Survey, part of the Western Australia Intergenerational Practice Pilot, explores the level of well-being experienced by older people living independently, especially in […]

Employees’ intentions to stay and leave: not all about pay in aged care sector

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
Published
Based upon the significance and contribution of her PhD thesis to the field and in meeting the exact requirements to be awarded a PhD, recently conferred Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing (WOW) Higher Degree Research member, Dr Katrina Radford, was  awarded ‘Academic Excellence’ for exemplary performance following the unanimous opinion of her thesis examiners. We spent […]

Should I stay or should I go?: working in Australia’s aged care industry

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
Published
WOW-affiliated student member, Katrina Radford was awarded first prize ($500) by a judging panel of three Griffith Business School academic staff (including GBS HDR Director and WOW member, Professor Kate Hutchings), from a pool of 27 entries in the 2012 GBS Poster Competition in September. Four additional WOW-affiliated student members entered the Competition, which is […]