Join us for a webinar on Tuesday 18th June 2019 at 3pm AEST
Often the response to changes in an employee’s capabilities is to provide them with simplified and unchallenging tasks leaving them unable to utilise their once valued and unique knowledge, skills and abilities.
Adopting a work design approach to the Return to Work process, gives a holistic and tailored view of the considerations needed for the returning employee and their organisation.
This webinar discusses how to effectively implement a work design focused RTW process and the benefits that are gained by adopting evidence-based work design principles to create challenging and meaningful work for returning employees.
Meredith Carr is a researcher at the Centre of Transformative Work Design nestled in the Future of Work Institute at Curtin University.
Meredith has an Undergraduate degree in Psychology with Honours and a Post-Graduate degree in Human Resources, and is currently completing a Masters of Industrial and Organisational Psychology from The University of Western Australia.
Her work at the Centre focuses on translating research evidence into practical information for organisations.
FREE for RTWMatters Members. Find out more.
$25 for non-members
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