Australian Workplace Innovation
and Social Research Centre
"WISeR focuses on how organisational structure and practices, technology and economic systems, policy and institutions, environment and culture interact to influence the performance of workplaces and the wellbeing of individuals, households and communities."
The latest edition of WISeR Words is now available.
Vulnerable South Australians and the 2014-15 Federal Budget
WISeR have released a report that presents case studies exploring the lived experiences of six families giving a personal perspective of the impacts of the 2014-15 Federal Budget.
The study focusses on the three groups of vulnerable South Australian households identified as being amongst the most severely affected by the budget changes.
The report concludes that the 2014-15 Federal Budget is likely to have significant negative direct and indirect impacts on the majority of SA households, particularly sole parent families, aged persons and low income couple families with dependent children.
"Far from the Car"
presented by Associate Professor John Spoehr on Tuesday 10 February 2015.
The case for transformational economic change in the face of the automotive industry's approaching collapse.Download the Report.
Smart Workplaces Online - website launch
WISeR have combined their expertise with local manufacturing businesses and the Department of State Development to develop Smart Workplaces Online - a resource designed to support manufacturing businesses seeking to better understand and successfully implement High Performance Workplace Systems (HPWS).
Complete the Smart Workplaces Online self assessment at www.wiser.org.au/smartworkplaces
The website was officially launched by Minister Susan Close on the 4th December 2014 (view the media release).
The December issue of the Manufacturing Works magazine features three Smart Workplaces case studies.
A Smart Workplaces flier may be downloaded here