NZWRI is regularly mentioned in the media. A selection of articles is listed below:
A three-day week? NZ telcos experiment with post-lockdown office life
Associate Director, professor Jarrod Haar comments in the NZ Herald on the virtues of a three-day work week.
How can HR walk the anti-discrimination talk?
Associate Director, Professor Jarrod Haar talks to HRD about strategies to address ethnic diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Kiwis looking to change careers urged to give beekeeping a try
NZWRI Director, Professor Gail Pacheco, comments on the potential prospects for Kiwis forced to rethink their careers. Gail notes that funding retraining programmes is a great start for those left jobless by COVID-19.
A four-day working week could be the shot in the arm post-coronavirus tourism needs
Having a leader who can champion the adoption of a four-day trial is vital, says Associate Director, Professor Jarrod Haar.
Professor shares why four-day work week could benefit Māori
Associate Director, Professor Jarrod Haar advocates the four day week and has researched the unique factors associated with Māori in the workplace.
Do Women Make Better Bosses Than Men
When it comes to good leadership, does gender make a difference? Professor Jarrod Haar has conducted research that may provide answers to these questions.
Having a good female leader beneficial to employee mental health, study suggests
New study from Dr Jarrod Haar suggests that having a good female leader may lead to greater employee satisfaction than having a good male leader.
How could a four-day week work for Kiwis?
The four-day week is in the news again in NZ, Professor Jarrod Haar, notes that international trials seem promising, but it's not a one-size-fits-all solution.
Coronavirus: Redundancy hammers mental and physical health
Associate Director, Professor Jarrod Haar, comments on the mental and physical effects of redundancy and what do they mean for those losing jobs as a result of covid-19.
Imam thanks Southland brothers and sisters since Christchurch terror attack
AUT Professor of diversity Edwina Pio, reflected on the Christchurch terror attack and the impact it has had on Southlanders. She comments that accepting others takes time, as it means "displacing oneself from the centre of one's world view".