However, the road to better health outcomes for all Queenslanders remains long.
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 […]
Griffith University aims to continually monitor and improve the safety and security on its campuses. There are measures in place now to assist.
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 […]
The health of a workplace is considered through many a lens: its operations, procedures, infrastructure, equipment and people (to name a few). In the broader sense, Dr Rebecca Loudoun’s research looks at how these aspects are managed. We spent five minutes with Rebecca to learn a little more… In what area/s does your current research […]
Dr Zhou Jiang joined the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing in early 2016. Although his interests are broad, and span continents(!), Zhou’s research primarily considers the areas of career development, organisational behaviour, and wellbeing. We spent five minutes with him to learn a little more… In what area/s does your current research interests lie? […]
The obsession of human resource management (HRM) research to link with performance over the last thirty years, is yet to prove that such an association makes a big influence. HRM strategies that ask what an organisation can get out of workers is also stalling, and is more likely to backfire in the contemporary (Western) employment […]