Bardoel, Anne

Anne Bardoel (MBA, PhD) is President of the Work/Life Association in Australia and an Associate Professor in Management at Monash University, Australia. Anne currently heads the Work Life Research Program which is part of the Australian Centre for Research in Employment and Work (ACREW). As President of the Work/Life Association she has actively promoted discussion among business leaders and policy makers about work/life issues.  Her achievements include preparing a formal submission on Paid Maternity Leave to the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, chairing meetings with OECD representatives to discuss Australia’s approach to family friendly policies, and organizing five national conferences on work/life issues.  Her current research interests are concerned with identifying Key Performance Indicators of Work/Life Best Practice for Australian companies; a series of case studies of global work/life management strategies in multinational corporations; and a qualitative study exploring the changing relationship between care work and paid work in Australian families focusing on two occupations; nursing and construction.

Expertise: Organizational Culture Change, Part-time or Reduced Hours Work, Retention/ Recruitment, Global Economy/Global Focus, Maternity Leave, and Work/life Integration/p>

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Swinburne University of Technology
Swinburne Business School
Department of Management and Marketing
BA 1224 Hawthorn Campus  
Victoria, Australia