Working from home: what works and for who?

Event details


  • Foyer and Wesfarmers Lecture Theatre, UWA Business School
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Date and time

  • Wednesday 29 May 2024
    Registration: 4.30pm - 5.00pm
    Lecture: 5.00pm - 6.00pm
    Networking: 6.00pm – 8.00pm

Event type

  • Business


  • Researchers
  • Professionals
  • Community

Event Fee

  • Free


  • Registration is essential
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Explore the future of remote work, what works and for who? 

The worldwide COVID-19 lockdowns forced organisations to adopt and experiment with remote working policies. The emerging theme of hybrid models, blending office and remote work, are an enduring legacy of this period.

Discover the lasting impact of work from home policies, the benefits and challenges they present to our world today. You'll hear from researchers: Dr Katlijn Haesebrouck, Associate Professor Doina Olaru, Dr Stijn Masschelein, Dr Joseph Carpini, and Associate Professor Alex Luksyte, as they discuss harnessing collaborations with industry and how their research on work from home policies resonates with different organisations and employees around the world. 

Together, our panel will provide insight into the key findings from their research:

  • Which employees will benefit from work-from-home opportunities
  • How organisations can tailor their work-from-home policies
  • How government policy makers need to respond to the potential environmental benefits and transportation infrastructure challenges. 

Embrace a unique opportunity to connect and collaborate with UWA researchers and industry partners as we all navigate the evolving landscape of remote work. 

Registration is essential.

If you missed the event you can now view the recording live here