Associate Professor Annick Masselot, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
8 November 2016 12:30pm-2:00pm University of Sydney Business School, Abercrombie Building (H70), Cnr Abercrombie & Codrington Streets, Darlington
Professor Tanja van der Lippe, Utrecht University, Netherlands
10 November 2016 11:00am-12:00pm (noon) University of Sydney Business School, Abercrombie Building (H70), Cnr Abercrombie & Codrington Streets, Darlington
The Women and Work Research Group (WWRG) at the University of Sydney Business School provides a scholarly environment for inquiry into all aspects of women, work, employment, family and community in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. It provides a focal point for collaboration with established and leading and emerging scholars, with research centres with similar interests and with practitioners and policy makers in the field. The WWRG has an extensive membership of academics and practitioners and holds regular seminars, roundtables and conferences.
The WWRG also engages closely with public and political debates about maternity, family and carers' leave, the implications of changing industrial relations regulations on women, child care and family violence. Recent studies and reports have included a focus on women and leadership in the NSW public sector, on work and care chains in the Asia-Pacific, analysis of the financial impact of changes to Australia's paid parental leave system and on paid domestic leave.
Associate Professor Annick Masselot
8th Nov 2016 12:30pm Abercrombie Building (H70), Cnr Abercrombie & Codrington Streets, Darlington
The impact of a social investment strategy on gender equality: the case of childcare in the European Union and welfare policies on lone-parents in New Zealand
Professor Tanja van der Lippe
10th Nov 2016 11:00am-12:00pm Abercrombie Building (H70), Cnr Abercrombie & Codrington Streets, Darlington
Happy workers and productive organizations in Europe: Insights from a cross-national study of European organizations and employees’
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