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Our new student learning centre provides cutting edge learning spaces, student services, library facilities and more.
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We give our employees the chance to thrive in an environment centred on learning, with a strong commitment to equity and work-life balance.
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UniSA is an innovative, world-class institution built on more than 150 years of teaching, learning and research excellence.
Crossing the Horizon, a new action plan for a university of enterprise
Learn how UniSA seeks to enable Australia to develop the world’s best-educated, cohesive and sustainable society.
Our reputation for excellence is reflected in a range of recent rankings, research outcomes, and staff and student achievements.
UniSA is governed by its Council, chaired by the Chancellor and managed by the Vice-Chancellor.
In addition to city and metropolitan locations, the University has Whyalla and Mount Gambier campuses.
UniSA’s commitment to Indigenous Australians is enshrined in its founding legislation.
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The Centre for Work + Life is a hub for innovative thinking about work, life, and improving the wellbeing of Australians. We focus on generating long-term change, tackling the big questions around how work intersects with households, community and social life.
Our research is internationally focused, collaborative and has real-world impact. Our key research themes include ageing, retirement, gender equality, decent work, flexibility, working hours, sexual harassment, new technologies, and work-life interaction.
This collaborative project focuses on job quality and workforce planning in aged care. Together with leading industry partners, it aims to improve jobs for workers as well as the quality of care and services experienced by older Australians.
The latest AWALI survey focuses on the challenges of combining paid work with unpaid caring responsibilities, the right to request flexible work arrangements and the effect of legislative changes, and the impact of unsocial working hours on wellbeing.
Assoc. Prof. Sara Charlesworth, a legal expert in gender equality in employment, writes for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald on the challenges new parents face when returning to the workplace.
Janet O'Hehir, a researcher at the Centre for Work + Life, writes for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald on the contribution of older workers and how workplaces can adopt an age-friendly model.
Dr Fiona Macdonald writes for The Weekend Australian on the effects on employees' work-life balance of being constantly connected to the workplace through the use of smartphones and other mobile devices.
Centre for Work + Life founding Director Professor Barbara Pocock writes a personal reflection on retirement for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald, discovering life beyond paid work and what it means for wellbeing and identity.
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