Bullying and harassment in the workplace: Australian universities

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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The act of harassment and bullying is a very real and serious concern in workplaces across the country, and according to a study by members of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing, the same can be said of staff members at Australian universities. In 2011, Professor Glenda Strachan helped conduct a survey of permanent […]

University student work placements receive research funding boost

Arts Education Law
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Maximising learning outcomes from student work experiences in the Australian higher education sector is the focus of a new project which aims to provide valuable insights into how to best secure graduate employment. The multi-partner, multidisciplinary project has recently been awarded a prestigious 2015 Office for Learning and Teaching Innovation and Development Grant, valued at […]

Gender equity in Australian universities

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing (WOW) Regulation and Institutions Programme Director, Professor Glenda Strachan will use new funding from the Universities Australia Executive Women  Group (UAEW) to produce a report in the first part of 2014 on the state of gender equity in Australian universities. The major source of research for the report comes from the […]