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Diane van den Broek - Newsroom articles


  • The challenge to migration policy is to go beyond easy headlines 10 Jun 2013

    The Conversation

    The Conversation website has published an article by Dr Diane van den Broek on global debates surrounding skilled migration

  • What Goes Around - Temporary Migrants - Scapegoat for Poor Training Record 21 Mar 2013

    The University of Sydney Business School

    Migrant workers continue to be the scapegoat for Australia's economic and labour market woes, argue Dr Dimitria Groutsis and Dr Diane Van Den Broek. Read more

  • Global Talent: Going, Going Gone 21 Feb 2013

    The University of Sydney Business School

    Australia needs to develop the means to utilise, retain and manage its skilled workforce, argue Dr Di van den Broek, Dr Dimitria Groutsis and Dr Will Harvey.
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  • Who are the Teleworkers? 10 Dec 2012

    Courier-Mail

    The Courier Mail has mentioned research by the Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies, Business School, as part of a report on teleworkers.

  • Beauty is retail beast 20 Apr 2012

    Australian Financial Review

    The Australian Financial Review has reported on research by Richard Hall and Diane van den Broek from the discipline of Work and Organisational Studies at the University of Sydney Business School which has found fashion retailers select their staff for good looks and charm over qualifications or experience.

  • Stitching up a bright future for jobseekers 23 Nov 2011

    The Australian

    Dr Diane van den Broek, Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies at the University of Sydney Business School, has been interviewed by The Australian regarding her research on the role of appearance in the jop application process, in relation to the work of not-for-profit organisation, Dress for Success.

  • Taking a stand on offshore call centres 10 May 2011

    Canberra Times

    The Canberra Times has interviewed Dr Diane van den Broek, Senior Lecturer from the Discipline of Work & Organisational Studies, on the impact of Australian services going offshre.

  • Good looks more important than a good CV 09 Aug 2009

    The Sunday Telegraph

    A University of Sydney study of nearly 200 fashion and jewellery retailers has revealed "lookism" is rife in the rag trade, where physical appearance is more important than previous experience.


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