The battle to retain COVID’s flexible work arrangements
Researchers seek to investigate the work-life balance experience of workers during the COVID-19 and help shape new laws.
Workplace sexual harassment: how do we help women come forward?
Our legal system makes it difficult for women to come forward with workplace sexual harassment claims. A victim-centred approach would help.
COVID-19 testing by age: A road map back to work?
With the COVID infection curve flattening, attention now turns to plans that will transition Australia to normal economic activity.
Is good leadership bad for the wellbeing of leaders?
Employees like leaders who put the needs of their teams first. But this can take an emotional toll.
Do friends matter at work?
High-quality friendships at work help create thriving employees.
Surviving or thriving? Beyond the daily grind
What makes us thrive at work? Monash Business School's Multidisciplinary International Network on Thriving (MINT) is investigating what it takes for both individuals and organisations to flourish.
How mothers impact on the careers of their daughters
A new study finds teenage daughters are influenced by their mothers and the women around them when it comes to their future work choices.
Want wages growth? Then it’s back to the old ways
A new paper from eminent industrial relations expert, Professor Joe Isaac, argues that to line up wages growth with labour productivity, the balance of power favouring employers against unions and workers must be corrected.