Dimitria Groutsis - Newsroom articles
Tips on managing a cross-cultural workforce 26 Oct 2016
Seek Insights and Resources
Senior Lecturer Dimitria Groutsis was quoted by Seek Insights and Resources about the benefits of diversity in the workforce.
The Huffington Post quoted Dr Dimitria Groutsis about racial discrimination in the job application process and the importance of cultural diversity in work environments.
Dimitria Groutsis on 2TM Tamworth 27 Jan 2016
Dr Dimitria Groutsis was interviewed on 2TM Tamworth about the asylum seeker assets bill passed in the Danish parliament which will allow authorities to seize cash and valuables from refugees entering the country.
Sydney Morning Herald
Dr Dimitria Groutsis discusses the present-day refugee crisis that requires an intergovernmental organisation to regulate migration.
AFR Boss Magazine
Dr Dimitria Groutsis was quoted in the AFR Boss Magazine about the need for gender diversity targets.
Cultural diversity - the competitive edge 16 Nov 2015
ABC Radio National Drive
Radio National Drive interviewed Dr Dimitria Groutsis and Dr Diane Van Den Broek about their study on the benefits of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Diversity and inclusion 10 Nov 2015
Dr Dimitria Groutsis was interviewed by Radio Adelaide about a University of Sydney Business School survey on diversity and inclusion policies in Australian organisations.
SBS World News
Associate Professor Diane van den Broek and Dr Dimitria Groutsis were interviewed on SBS World News about their research that found investment in diversity and inclusion leads to a better business outcome.
Greece and the Syrian refugee crisis 17 Sep 2015
Dr Dimitria Groutsis was interviewed on 2SER FM about the impact of the Syrian refugee crisis on Greece and her research into the movement of migrants and refugees.
Australia is losing an opportunity to show leadership on refugees" says Greek-Australian academic 08 Sep 2015
Dr Dimitria Groutsis, researcher on migration and lecturer spent time on the Greek island of Kos recently observing how the thousands of refugees and migrants who reach the safety of Greece are treated by local authorities.