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AUT Business School Dean

“Difficult” or “difference-making”?

03 May, 2024
AUT Business School Dean, Professor Kate Kearins, explores a central question: How to help turn difficult conversations into difference-making dialogues?
Professor at AUT

Newbies don’t know what they don’t know

23 Apr, 2024
The first 90 days on the job can be stressful, but there are practical ways for employers to help newcomers thrive, writes Helena Cooper-Thomas.
Workers gossiping

Office gossip: more than idle chatter

10 Apr, 2024
Though office gossip is traditionally frowned upon and branded as unproductive or even deviant, new research paints a more complex picture of gossip.
Making Return to Office (RTO) work

Making Return to Office (RTO) work

12 Feb, 2024
AUT Business School Professor Helena Cooper Thomas explores how strict return to office (RTO) policies may hinder talent attraction and retention.
An older woman working with two younger colleagues.

Older workers and work-life balance

01 Feb, 2024
There is the temptation to treat all older workers as the same, but new research shows this is a mistake.
Lecturer at AUT

AI’s role in recruitment and retention

11 Dec, 2023
Lecturer in AUT’s Business School’s Management Paulette Brazzale questions the role AI plays in recruitment and retention rates.
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When “busyness” is BAU

06 Nov, 2023
Feel like you’re constantly under the pump managing your workload? Kate Kearins and Candice Harris share some valuable tips to survive the busy peaks.
Marjo Lips-Wiersma

Green HR can be transformative

16 Oct, 2023
How can organisations meet the expectations of their sustainability-minded employees? Human Resources leaders need to think outside the box.
Candice Harris

Employee value propositions a good start

09 Oct, 2023
Professor of Management Candice Harris shares insights about EVPs and what employers can offer staff to make the most impact.
An AUT lecturer

What happens when RTO replaces WFH?

26 Sep, 2023
Companies requiring workers to return to the office must not be too rigid if they want to attract future talent and avoid high resignation rates.


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