Global garment industry bears the brunt of COVID supply chain woes
The pandemic has revealed the previously invisible nature of global supply chains. Research is now underway into how vulnerable workers in developing nations have been impacted.
Securing future jobs for those with autism depends on what we do next
With an increasing number of people being diagnosed on the autistic spectrum, this world-first global study investigates what the future holds for their employment opportunities.
Mental health – two small words, one very big cost (Ep 1)
Productivity Commissioner Dr Stephen King spent two years trying to identify the economic cost of mental illness and suicide. The human cost is even greater. And Dr Zen Goh explains how we can actually thrive at work.
Post COVID-19: Is cultural agility still relevant?
Globalisation is in flux. But the experience of living and working internationally will happen again – and in fact, cultural agility may be even more important post-COVID-19.
7 ways employers can respond to help calm the fear of COVID-19
The fear of COVID-19 has spread faster than the virus. With the public in a frenzy, how can employers respond to create inclusive workplaces?
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.
The art of the deal: Negotiate like a pro
Research shows giving people different offers or 'choices' when negotiating can reduce their stress and lead to win-win outcomes.
Why discrimination at work still happens
Australian anti-discrimination laws mean the bad old days of being sacked because you are pregnant are long gone. Aren't they? With Dr Dominique Allen.
What kind of leaders will Generation Z want?
We appear drawn to authoritarian, charismatic leaders. But are they right for the future? And will the coming generations call for something different? With Dr Nathan Eva.
Burnout: the advent of the modern brain drain?
Understanding how people can recover following career burnout may be just as difficult as unravelling the root cause, according to new research.