NZWRI is regularly mentioned in the media. A selection of articles is listed below:
Silence and sound: Diversity and the media
Director of Diversity Professor Edwina Pio made a presentation on diversity and the media to New Zealand Herald staff at their NZME headquarters.
How to stay focused at work during the US election
Professor Jarrod Haar, NZWRI's Associate Director, joined Kate Hawkesby to discuss how employers can help their US election-obsessed staff.
Seven Sharp – Pandemic puts spotlight on sick leave for workers in New Zealand
AUT Professor of Human Resource Management and one of our Associate Directors, Jarrod Haar, joined the conversation about sick leave on Seven Sharp.
Evidence crucial in uncertain times
Professor Jarrod Haar, one of NZWRI's Associate Directors, studied 600 employees across Alert levels 4 and 3, and 1000 employees across Alert levels 3 and 2.
Is your boss spying on you at work?
TVNZ's Seven Sharp featured a segment discussing employee surveillance with our Associate Director, Professor Jarrod Haar. The negative effects of being spied on at work included: higher anxiety and job stress and more likely to think about quitting.
A beautiful accountability
Leader of the NZWRI immigration and inclusion research group, Director of Diversity Professor Edwina Pio, gives two presentations on diversity. First "Privilege of Diversity: Working towards Inclusion" and second, "Strategizing for an unknown future".
Surprising link between crisis leadership and employee mental health
No crisis leadership is better for employee mental health than poor crisis leadership according to new research by Associate Director, Professor Jarrod Haar.
Good leadership can boost te reo Māori
NZWRI Associate Director, professor Jarrod Haar, discusses the importance of “servant leadership”and the and use te reo Māori.
Enhancing the impact of urban regeneration
A research team led by Associate Professor Scott Duncan, Professor Erica Hinckson and Professor Gail Pacheco has secured $7.95 million to quantify the societal impact of major urban regeneration projects currently taking place across the country.
Mind your manners - why etiquette is one of your biggest assets in the digital age
Research on the inclusion of te reo me nga tikanga Māori (Māori language and culture) into business culture, by Associate Director Professor Jarrod Haar, gets a mention in the discussion on kindness in the digital age.