There are key areas where managers report a change when staff work from home, says a new UNSW Canberra study.
Workplaces are changing, offering more flexibility than ever, says a UNSW Canberra report. But not everyone has fallen in love with hybrid ways of working.
The Morrison government says existing laws already provide a positive duty to prevent sexual harassment, but these don’t go far enough.
Scott Morrison and Michael McCormack have both called for empathy training for MPs. But it has all the hallmarks of a human resources fad.
While COVID-19 has disproportionately affected women more than men, a hybrid workplace could help progress gender equality.
Thousands of public servants have provided new evidence that flexible work is good for productivity – and families.
We asked 1400 managers to rate working from home. Some 8.4% said their teams were less productive, 57% said it was the same, and 34% said it was higher.
When it comes to gender equality, it's not just the number of women in parliament that matters – it's how they go about legislating for change.
There is an increasing push-back in society against gender equality issues that can also spread into the workplace.
One of very few researchers examining gender equity in the Australian public sector, Dr Sue Willamson is a finalist in the ACT Telstra Business Women’s Awards.