The Workplace Research Centre (WRC) is one of Australia's leading research organisations on work and employment.
Over 22 years we have successfully completed on-time and on-budget, over 100 major contract research projects and multiple smaller scale studies.
Our programs have a deserved reputation for quality, value-for-money and practical relevance.
Employer Satisfaction Survey 26 Mar 2014
The Workplace Research Centre is currently looking at how satisfied employers are with the skills - both general and technical - of recent university graduates. University graduates from four universities and their workplace supervisors are being surveyed as part of the project.More
A new traineeship opportunity, 'Grow a Career In Cotton', has recently been born out of a three year workforce development research project funded by the Cotton Research and Development Corporation involving researchers from University of Melbourne and the Workplace Research Centre at University of Sydney Business School. More
WRC Researcher wins AIRAANZ Conference award 26 Feb 2014
WRC Leading Research Analyst Dr Damian Oliver was awarded the Vic Taylor Prize for most promising paper at the 2014 AIRAANZ Conference, which took place in Melbourne in February. More