New flexible working patterns
The Queensland Gender Equity Committee ‘Let’s talk about flex!’ event canvassed four approaches for flexible work, with speakers talking directly of their personal experiences.
September 4th, 2018 • No Comments
The Queensland Gender Equity Committee’s first event tackled the benefits and challenges of offering flexibility in the workplace.
A focus on outcomes (not hours) and health (not overtime) brings many rewards, argues Jenny Edwards, director of Light House Architecture & Science.
AMC Architecture's Practice Manager and registered architect Hannah-Jean Cadan shares the challenges and rewards of enabling flexible work.
Rob Henry takes a candid look at the challenges of managing his mental health and the benefits of flexibility in the workplace.
Wellington-based architect and mother-of-two Linda Wong remembers her transition back to work for an established practice after a decade away.
Queensland architect Emma Healy reviews her positive return to part-time work, revealing the strategies she uses to make maximum impact in the workplace.
Flexible workplaces not only help employees juggle work and life outside, they also create an environment where respect, understanding and commitment thrive, says Julie Willis.
Is it really necessary for us to accept a long hours culture? Ceilidh Higgins investigates.
The secret is out! Sonia Sarangi reports on How to Flex, a discussion CPD event that demonstrated the advantages of flexible workplaces.
The value of experienced, committed part-time architects cannot be overestimated. Misty Waters outlines how to maximise the business benefits of flexible part-time architects.
Returning to work part-time after a break is a key challenge facing many women in architecture. Misty Waters, has some tips to help make it work for everyone.