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December 2, 2019

The idea of a ‘double bottom line’ is so tidy it sometimes seems unrealistic. But the future of women’s participation in STEM presents an example of where what’s good for business is also in the best interest of the social good. This blog post explores the social impli...

November 27, 2019

It is well established that written workplace policies are important – they communicate standard procedures to all employees and are a reference point in ensuring compliance with legal obligations. Additionally, workplace policies are a recognised way to communicate or...

November 24, 2019

Intersectionality’ is today a commonly used phrase in discussing diversity in the workplace, but the term has a longer history. If you’ve heard the term intersectionality but wondered what exactly it means and how it presents a new lens on workplace div...

August 7, 2019

It is increasingly commonsense, in business management literature, to claim that the next step on from focusing on diversity is to focus on inclusion. The commonsense wisdom seems to be that, rather than focus merely on characteristics that mark points of assumed diffe...

July 24, 2019


The search for ‘good leadership’ may be a defining characteristic of our time. A 2016 Deloitte survey found that leadership was among the top ranked priorities of participating companies. Of Australian participants, 94% rated leadership as ‘important’ or ‘ve...

April 29, 2019

Workplace stress is a focus of much public discussion today – and for good reason. The Stress and Wellbeing survey, conducted by the Australian Psychological Society, found that, while workplace wellbeing fluctuated year on year that the survey was undertaken, it was l...

June 21, 2018

How to avoid alienating your employees when asking for feedback on new initiatives, Part 2

In our previous blog post in this series we noted that different research methods and feedback mechanisms position your employees (the research subjects) differently and that this...

November 5, 2017

How research methods and feedback mechanisms can impact engagement in workplace initiatives, Part 3

In this blog post series we’ve been looking at the benefits and limitations of different feedback mechanisms by exploring the ways they create research relationships that...

July 25, 2017

How to avoid alienating your employees when asking for feedback on new initiatives - Part 1

Being asked to provide feedback can make people feel valued. Giving people the opportunity to express their views and be involved in workplace initiatives is, generally speaking,...

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