Twin Griffith-led reports recommend changes to return to work practices.
Griffith expert in organisational psychology offers ways to cope as coronavirus forces people to juggle working from home with family life pressures in an anxious time.
Associate Professor Ashlea Troth has always been interested in people. She likes to know what makes them tick!! We spend a lot of time in the workplace, she says, and how one thinks and feels at, and about work, has a huge impact. So we spent five minutes with Ashlea to learn a little more […]
As the workforce evolves, and new pressures build on employees, the need for a better work-life balance can be more apparent in many industries today. That was a key discussion point at the Griffith Business School Alumni Network & Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing’s seminar on flexible working arrangements Friday. “There’s quite a bit […]
In today’s increasingly global, 24/7 workplace, the need for maintaining a work-life balance has never been more important. The Griffith Business School Alumni Network and the Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing (WOW) will explore issues related to flexible working arrangements for the Australian workforce with an interactive panel over breakfast tomorrow (Friday 12 August) in […]
It’s simple: people want choice in how they work. That’s the main philosophy driving Sunshine Coast Private Hospital General Manager Wallis Westbrook’s attitudes to flexible working arrangements. He is a strong believer in workplaces being adaptable to their employees’ needs and will be discussing his views as one of three key speakers at the Griffith […]
Work-life balance (WLB) research employs multiple definitions and means of measurement. Essentially though it is the interaction of demands that arise from work and non-work environments, and the variation of these demands between countries and cultures is the focus of a recently co-authored book chapter by Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing (WOW) and Menzie’s […]