We help bridge the gap between workplace research, practice and policy
Our team of experts use rigorous academic processes to bridge the gap between workplace research, practice and policy to help meet the demands of a constantly changing and adapting business world.
We explore and utilise macro (international, societal, organisational) and micro (individual) level research around key contemporary workforce issues such as emotion; employee voice; collectivism; health and safety; wellbeing; equity, diversity and gender; and the management of human capital at work.
GU POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP SCHEME 2020
The Centre invites applications for the appointment of a Griffith University Postdoctoral Fellow (GUPF) (fixed-term, 2 years) in this competitive scheme's 2020 round.
All applicants are first required to participate in an Expression of Interest (EoI) round, closing 5 pm (AEST) on Friday 10 July.
If successful in the EoI, applicants will be required to work with a WOW-member supervisor/mentor to develop the application.
Full terms, conditions and guidelines about the Scheme can be accessed at the Office for Research website.
The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting all of our families, businesses, communities, and our Australian way of life. During this challenging time, our team comprising of more than 25 professional researchers working across a range of disciplines, have compiled a list of resources to support individuals and organisations.
Diversity at work
Investigating issues of equity, diversity and gender in employment relating to legislative, social and economic concerns.
Emotion at work
Investigating how emotions impact workplace relations and thoughts, attitudes and behaviour at work.
Employee voice at work
Exploring the ways and means through which employees attempt to have a say and influence organisational affairs.
Managing change at work
A major expectation of organisational leaders and human resource management is to provide direction; thus, leaders have important roles in managing change.
The future of work
Changes in employment approaches have occurred alongside significant workforce demographic changes globally, changing labour mobility, work arrangements, and technological advances.
Wellbeing at work
Focusing on issues affecting the psychological and physical wellbeing of employees at work.