Professor Anne Bardoel
PhD, Monash University, Australia; MBA, University of Melbourne, Australia; Bachelor of Economics, Monash University, Australia
Anne Bardoel is a Professor, Department of Management & Marketing, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. Previously she has held various leadership positions at Monash University including Deputy Head of Department of Management, Deputy Director of the Australian Centre for Research in Employment and Work (ACREW), Chair of the Faculty of Business Equity and Diversity Committee, and Head of the Human Resource and Employee Relations Academic Group in the Department of Management. She is currently the Director of the Master of Human Resource Management program at Swinburne.
Anne has a national and international reputation as a researcher in the work and family/life area. She has published many articles in high ranking academic journals such as Sociology, Human Resource Management, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Gender Work and Organization, and Demographic Research. Her current research projects include management of work-life issues, telework, caregiving, allied health employee management, and team issues in general practice medical clinics. She has substantial experience and expertise in the development and conduct of both qualitative and quantitative research methods. She is a recipient of a National Health & Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grant (2015-2020) investigating 'A partnership for evidence-based resource allocation and enhanced research translation in allied health'.
Previously she has held positions as a member of the Australian Government’s Workplace Gender Equality Agency Advisory Group, Victorian Government’s Working Families Council, and President of the Work/Life Association (Australia). In these roles, she actively promoted discussion among business leaders and policy makers about work-life issues. Her teaching experience is reflected in the range of units she has taught which include organisational behaviour, human resource management, business communication, and work, family and life. In 2011 she was awarded a Dean’s Commendation for Excellence in Teaching at Monash University. She has taught postgraduate classes at Northeastern University (Boston, USA), University of Nijmegen (Netherlands), and was a Visiting Professor at EDHEC Business School (Nice, France).
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.
Fields of Research
- Human Resources Management - 350503
- Organisational Behaviour - 350710
- 2017 - 2019: Vice President, Work Family Research Network, United States
Also published as: Bardoel, Anne; Bardoel, A.; Bardoel, Elizabeth; Bardoel, E.; Bardoel, E. A.; Bardoel, E. Anne; Bardoel, Elizabeth A.; Bardoel, Elizabeth Anne
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2020: Key Work From Home Trends Emerging From COVID-19 *; Fair Work Commission
- 2019: Best Practice Toolkit for Dealing with Occupational Violence and Aggression in Rural Health Services (The Code Grey Project) *; SmartRuralHealthNetwork_PT
- 2019: Transport for New South Wales: Improving Workplace Flexibility for Frontline Staff *; Transport for New South Wales
- 2018: 2018 Visiting Fellowships Scheme - Professor Linda Duxbury *; Swinburne Research, DVCR&D - Internal contributions
* Chief Investigator
- 2020-06-01: Working from home could be here to stay according to new research - ABC
- 2020-04-24: The 2pm Project Epiosde 5: Ultra Flexibility - Interchange
- 2019-09-10: Caring for our ageing population: what it means for employers - HRM Online
- 2019-09-06: How to manage a good work-life balance - CPA Australia
- 2019-06-03: When you're responsible for eldercare - Harvard Business Review - Women at Work Podcast
- 2018-07-19: Job sharing. Is it a viable option? - ABC
- 2018-07-18: Unlimited paid annual leave seems tempting, but is it a gimmick or good business? - ABC