Work permeates our lives. It fills the greater part of our waking day. Our work experiences affect our happiness, health, abilities, identity, and economic opportunities.
Advances in technology and automation reshape labour markets, education and jobs. There is a need to systematically tell, understand and improve how we work.
Diversity is the spice of life, and important for good research. Are you working part-time, studying, leading a firm, raising kids, founding a start-up, tagging along?
Young or old, we are all engaged in some mode of work. No matter what you do or which role or industry you are in, you and your voice are really important.
We live a complex life. To really understand what relates how, and how to improve what you care about, we look at many things such as your job experience, sleep, and skills.
And things change over time. So for a more a complete picture, this research stays with you, your work, and your career over your lifespan.
Work can be meaningful and motivating. Help us make useful recommendations for employment practices, education, training, and organisational leadership.
Facts not opinions. The future calls for managerial decisions and policies that require robust evidence and critical thinking. Your input informs how we work tomorrow.