Chris Warhurst - Newsroom articles
Bad jobs trap looms for workers 01 Nov 2012
Professor Chris Warhurst is interviewed by Fairfax Media on the widening gap in the intermediate job market, which could potentially lead to a 'bad job trap' for the Australian workforce.
More join the working poor 04 Oct 2012
As manufacturing contracts, Australia is at risk of mimicking the United States as it moves towards a polarised society with highly paid people at the top supported by a large underbelly of workers in jobs that are unsustainable and unsatisfying, says Professor Chris Warhurst.
The Working Poor 28 Sep 2012
Australia has been warned to guard against creating a class of working poor. Academics are concerned the nation is heading the same way as the United States, with a large divide between low skilled and high skilled jobs.
Growing class of working poor in Australia 26 Sep 2012
ABC Radio PM
Dr Angela Knox and Professor Chris Warhurst, Business School, have been interviewed regarding Australia's growing class of working poor, which will be discussed at a national conference hosted by the Business School today and tomorrow
Grooming in the workplace 07 Sep 2012
ABC Radio National
ABC Radio National's Life Matters program has interviewed Professor Chris Warhurst, Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies at the University of Sydney Business School and author of "The Corporate Body: the commercialisation of employee appearance", about grooming in the workplace.
Want a job? 'Ugly' need not apply 17 Aug 2012
Sydney Morning Herald
Professor Chris Warhurst comments on the practice of hiring on the basis of looks in Australia, the topic of ongoing research in the Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies.
The conversation has published an article written by Professor Chris Warhurst of the University of Sydney Business School, in which he talks about why looks increasingly matter at work.
Looks in the workplace 15 Mar 2012
ABC Radio National
ABC Radio National's Life Matters program has interviewed Professor Chris Warhurst, Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies at the University of Sydney Business School and author of "The Corporate Body: the commercialisation of employee appearance", on how employers can discriminate based on looks and anti-discrimination laws.