Media and events

NZWRI strongly commits to engagement with external stakeholders and the public – such as businesses, government and the community. We highly regard the efforts of public commitment to disseminate research outcomes widely and translate findings for a non-academic audience.

Upcoming events

Watch this space for new events in 2021/2022.

11 February 2022 - ANZOPOB Conference 2021

This conference is for researchers and practitioners to get together, present and discuss their work on organisational/work psychology and organisational behaviour.

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1 - 3 March 2022 - Carework Virtual Symposium 2022

The Carework Network is organizing a three-day virtual symposium: ‘Moving past emergency responses: Care as Essential Infrastructure’ to bring together carework researchers from across disciplines and across the globe. Leader of the Care/Work Research Group, Katherine Ravenswood, is on the subcommittee for this event.

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List of presentations

Media engagement

NZWRI is regularly mentioned in the media. A selection of articles is listed below:

Bridge between views on NZ's pay equity


World Internet Project 2021

The findings of this report sparked a range of media interest (below).


Lockdown shows "digital user divide"

AUT News, 5 November 2021


How Kiwis changed their inernet use during lockdown - AUT

Voxy, 5 November 2021


Newstalk ZB radio show 5 November 2021

Part 1, Part 2


AUT Wellbeing@Work study

The findings of this study sparked a range of media interest (below).


Anxiety rising in the Kiwi workforce

AUT News, 30 September 2021


Why lockdown will accelerate NZ's 'big quit'

Newsroom, 19 October 2021


'Great resignation' coming to NZ: More people ponder quitting their job

Stuff, 20 October 2021


Pandemic puts spotlight on sick leave for workers in NZ

Seven Sharp, 27 October 2021


Tethering together


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