Being creative can make you more popular at work
People considered creative by their co-workers tend to be more popular at work and it's good for their career, University of Melbourne research finds.
Building mentally healthy workplaces
Governments and employers must do more to prevent psychiatric injury and mental ill-health at work, says University of Melbourne researcher
Why Dungeons and Dragons is good for the workplace
A University of Melbourne expert says a Dungeons and Dragons-inspired mindset could help change how we think about our workplaces and working as a team.
Fixing the blind spot in nuclear inspections
A organisational blind spot led to a ‘that’s the way we do things around here’ approach at the IAEA, but that's changing, says University of Melbourne expert.
Crafting your work to increase job satisfaction
By enabling staff to take greater control over their work, job crafting can help drive greater employee wellbeing, say University of Melbourne experts
Keeping sexual harassment complaints confidential
Geoffrey Rush's recent trial failed to highlight leaking of the sexual harassment complaint and poor protection for complainant: University of Melbourne expert.
Don’t ask women leaders to act like men
Diversity is about accepting difference, says University of Melbourne's Frances Separovic, the first female chemist elected to the Australian Academy of Science
Workplace bullying in the #MeToo era
In this episode of the University of Melbourne's Eavesdrop on Experts podcast, Dr Victor Sojo discusses the impact of #MeToo on workplace bullying.
Recruit Smarter: A better way to do business
The Recruit Smarter program, by the University of Melbourne and the Victorian Government, identifies ways to remove unconscious bias during recruitment.
Why mindset matters for junior doctors
Teaching junior doctors how to have a 'growth mindset' can help them cope better with the pressures of the job, says a University of Melbourne researcher.