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"Does this Desk Make my Job Look Big?" - the Design, Implementation and Impact of "All Roles Flex" in a range of Australian Organisations

26 Nov 2018 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Case Study Lecture Theatre 2080, Abercrombie Building (H70)
The University of Sydney

Troy Roderick - 2018 Policy Lab Fellow, Sydney Policy Lab
Professor Rae Cooper - Associate Dean, University of Sydney Business School
Professor Marc Stears - Director, Sydney Policy Lab

Panel Discussion including representatives from PwC, Transport for NSW, Unilever, Westpac Group

Flexible work in Australia has long been a practice of both contention and aspiration.  Moreover, with an increasing focus on the value of inclusion, gender equality, shifting age dynamics and the availability of technology, notions of where and when work happens are also changing.  Many employers, in a range of industries, are faced with the challenge of enabling more flexible ways of working, while seemingly retaining older models of face-time and long hours in the office, restricting flexible work options to certain requirements like parenting. Others are boldly trialling and adopting approaches that mainstream access to flexibility for everyone, in every role, for any reason.

You're invited by the Women, Work and Leadership Research Group and the Sydney Policy Lab to the launch of a Discussion Paper by Troy Roderick on how Australian organisations are mainstreaming flexible ways of working and realising sustainable benefits for their people and their businesses, across a range of industry sectors, role types and commercial contexts.

Date: Monday 26 November 2018
Time: 2:00pm - 4.00pm
Venue: ABS Case Study Lecture Theatre 2080, Level 2, Abercrombie Building (H70)The University of Sydney Business School

If you have any accessibility needs please advise.

Register

Please register by the 20 November 2018. Afternoon tea will be served, please advise of any dietary requirements.

Enquiries
For more information please contact:
Glenn Howell
T +61 2 9351 6625
E business.researchgroups@sydney.edu.au