What is the project about?
This project, funded by the Western Australian State Government (details below), has as one of its aims to provide evidence-based and practical resources that inform and enhance the experience of flexible working. The resources provide strategies for employees, teams, and managers to maximise the benefits and reduce the risks of flexible work, and thereby help to support businesses, government, and not-for-profit agencies.
The project is part of the Centre for Transformative Work Design’s research program and supports the Thrive at Work initiative; both of which are part of Curtin University’s Future of Work Institute.
Research Grant Details
Parker, S. K., Griffin, M. A., Jorritsma, K., and Knight, C. (Chief Investigators). Supporting health and productive flexible working. Project funded by the Western Australian State Government Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation. 2020. C1128000380.
Flexible Work Resources
Evidence-based and practical resources
developed for individuals, teams and managers
How to Make
My Flexible Work SMART
This guide provides practical, evidence-based strategies on how the worker can optimise their performance and well-being when working flexibly.
How to Manage
How to Lead Flexible Work:
A Guide to Successful Policy
This guide provides evidence-based recommendations on how to effectively lead virtual teams to optimise team member performance and wellbeing.
This guide provides evidence-based recommendations on how to effectively lead and manage flexible working to optimise the well-being and productivity of employees.
Breakdown of our guides, tailored for busy professionals
Is flexible work for you?
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