The office we return to will be quite different to the one we left.
Increasing productivity is a win-win for businesses, but with many Australians being ordered to work from home to try to stop the spread of COVID-19, this move could change how we work.
A new UNSW Sydney report proposes new models for job sharing that are more appealing and beneficial to both employers and employees than traditional arrangements.
Managers want productive employees, but micro-management and work pressure is not the solution.
Working in a stress-free environment might sound appealing. But new research shows most of us need a little bit of pressure to get the job done.
Finding a job can be a long and frustrating process. But how important are a job seeker's assumptions and attitudes in landing a new career?
New Australian research demonstrates the potential public health impact of mental health prevention programs delivered in the workplace.
A new study by UNSW’s Gendered Violence Research Network highlights the devastating effects of sexual violence and its impact on employees in the workplace.
To conclude that incidents of hazing and sexual harrassment merely indicate the presence of bad men is to misunderstand our highly gendered workplaces, writes Dean Laplonge.
UNSW's Dr Jane Goodman-Delahunty has won the American Psychology-Law Society's 2005-2006 book award for an outstanding contribution to the field of law and psychology.