The World Internet Project (WIP) is a major, international, collaborative project looking at the social, political and economic impact of the internet and other new technologies. As a co-sponsor of the 2017 WIP New Zealand survey, Auckland Council permitted a booster sample to be collected and analysed for internet usage in the Auckland sub-sample.
This symposium discussed the problems with accessing justice and pursuing employment claims. The event was hosted with the support of the Employment Relations Authority and the Employment Court. Presentations are available from a range of professionals, including Employment Court judges, employment mediators, union and business representatives, academics, and lawyers.
Dr Katherine Ravenswood and Dr Julie Douglas are exploring the challenges and advantages associated with the Settlement in residential aged care, home and community care and the disability sectors. Focus groups will be held with managers and employees in each sector. All are welcome to participate!
Dr Kabir Dasgupta and Professor Gail Pacheco present a case study analysis of innovation in one part of the New Zealand healthcare system. This paper focuses on the NZ Health Care Home initiative and investigates the impact of its implementation on a wide array of health events.
AUT Director of Diversity, Professor Edwina Pio, spoke about peace and diversity at the Peace Symposium 2018. "Peace-building is a multi-layered and delicate process. Beyond the absence of conflict, it focuses on restoring dignity and worth".
Professor Jarrod Haar's article 'Working four-day weeks for five days' pay? Research shows it pays off' will appear in The Conversation Yearbook 2018. Jarrod's piece is one of just four articles in this year's Top 50 to be penned by a New Zealander.
Professor Edwina Pio, University Director of Diversity, was part of the diversity and inclusion in the workplace panel at the recent New Zealand Aged Care Conference. The panel discussed how the aged care sector can engage and work productively with migrants and enhance relationships with all employees, while delivering quality care for residents.
Professor Gail Pacheco, Professor Jarrod Haar and Eva Parker published the results of the 2018 UN Women's Empowerment Principles Survey. The aim of the survey is to uncover policies and practices within New Zealand's largest organisations on behalf of United Nations (UN) Women, with a specific focus on the Women's Empowerment Principles.
AUT Professor Gail Pacheco has received the 2018 NZIER Economics Award in recognition of research that provides insights to social issues affecting the country. Gail's work stood out to the Awarding Panel due its diversity, quantity and quality.
New Zealand celebrates 125 years of suffrage in September. Employment Today asked Professor Gail Pacheco how well we are doing in terms of gender equity at work.
Livvy is a Master of Business (Economics) student and our new office administrator. Livvy’s drive to improve economic welfare led her to research the way that home detention sentences, in comparison to prison time, impact people’s propensity to reoffend once released. Do great things, at AUT.
New report commissioned by the Ministry for Women, and written in conjunction with Motu. See also 1News, NZ Herald, The Conversation, Radio NZ, NewstalkZB, Stuff , Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Brisbane Times, WA Today and Victorious.