Central Queensland University
Working during the pandemic: the future of work is hybrid
This study demonstrates that while managers are becoming increasingly supportive of flexible working arrangements, managers and employees have different perceptions of employee productivity when work is done remotely.
Preparing for the unimaginable: guidelines for organisational response and staff support before, during and after disaster
Affected communities need long-term support far beyond what many disaster relief volunteering organisation can often commit to. This project explores the phenomenon of support before, during and after disaster (specifically the floods in Townsville and North West Queensland), focusing on organisational support for staff to...
Working during the pandemic: from resistance to revolution?
The findings in this research report suggest a major shift in the mindset of managers, from previous resistance or scepticism about the benefits of working from home, to a new understanding of the potential productivity and other benefits.
Digital enterprise through the arts
This research addresses the continuing disparity in education and employment outcomes of young people with disabilities, particularly youth who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians and those living in regional and remote locations of Australia.
Social influences on gamblers by risk group: an egocentric social network analysis
This study is the first to consider and directly compare the social networks of non-gamblers and non-problem, low risk, moderate risk and problem gamblers. It highlights the distinct role of social influence, likely through normalisation and social selection, not just of gambling, but also experiencing...