Anne Bardoel
Anne Bardoel
Professor of Management, Swinburne University of Technology
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Employee resilience: An emerging challenge for HRM
EA Bardoel, TM Pettit, H De Cieri, L McMillan
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 52 (3), 279-297, 2014
The impact of technology on work in the twenty-first century: Exploring the smart and dark side
P Holland, A Bardoel
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 27 (21), 2579-2581, 2016
Positive spillover from the work—family interface: A study of Australian employees
JM Haar, EA Bardoel
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 46 (3), 275-287, 2008
The provision of formal and informal work‐family practices: the relative importance of institutional and resource dependent explanations versus managerial explanations
E Anne Bardoel
Women in management review 18 (1/2), 7-19, 2003
‘Fit’for telework’? Cross-cultural variance and task-control explanations in organizations’ formal telework practices
P Peters, PEM Ligthart, A Bardoel, E Poutsma
The International Journal of human resource management 27 (21), 2582-2603, 2016
Organizational predictors of work‐family practices
EA Bardoel, P Tharenou, SA Moss
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 36 (3), 31-49, 1999
Employee characteristics associated with the provision of work‐family policies and programs
E Anne Bardoel, SA Moss, K Smyrnios, P Tharenou
International Journal of Manpower 20 (8), 563-577, 1999
A review of work—life research in Australia and New Zealand
EA Bardoel, H De Cieri, C Santos
Asia Pacific journal of Human resources 46 (3), 316-333, 2008
Work—family policies in the context of higher education: Useful or symbolic?
MA Waters, EA Bardoel
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 44 (1), 67-82, 2006
The role of the cultural audit in implementing quality improvement programs
EA Bardoel, AS Sohal
International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management 16 (3), 263-277, 1999
Telework, hybrid work and the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals: Towards policy coherence
M Moglia, J Hopkins, A Bardoel
Sustainability 13 (16), 9222, 2021
What does ‘work–life management’mean in China and Southeast Asia for MNCs?
H De Cieri, EA Bardoel
Community, work & family 12 (2), 179-196, 2009
The future is hybrid: how organisations are designing and supporting sustainable hybrid work models in post-pandemic Australia
J Hopkins, A Bardoel
Sustainability 15 (4), 3086, 2023
Bridging the research–practice gap: Developing a measurement framework for work–life initiatives
EA Bardoel, H De Cieri, S Mayson
Journal of Management & Organization 14 (3), 239-258, 2008
Bias avoidance: Cross‐cultural differences in the US and Australian academies
EA Bardoel, R Drago, B Cooper, C Colbeck
Gender, Work & Organization 18, e157-e179, 2011
The changing composition of the Australian workforce relevant to work-family issues
EA Bardoel, P Tharenou, D Ristov
Monash University, 2000
‘Bringing the Badge home’: exploring the relationship between role overload, work-family conflict, and stress in police officers
L Duxbury, A Bardoel, M Halinski
Policing and Society 31 (8), 997-1016, 2021
Freeing time? The ‘family time economies’ of nurses
JM Maher, J Lindsay, EA Bardoel
Sociology 44 (2), 269-287, 2010
Acceptance and strategic resilience: An application of conservation of resources theory
EA Bardoel, R Drago
Group & Organization Management 46 (4), 657-691, 2021
‘Quality’part-time work in Australian organizations: implications for HRD
E Anne Bardoel, L Morgan, C Santos
Human Resource Development International 10 (3), 281-299, 2007
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