Dr Anne Bardoel is an Associate Professor in the Department of Management and currently heads the Work Life Research Program which is part of the Australian Centre for Research in Employment and Work (ACREW). She has previously been Deputy Head of the Department of Management, Chair of the Diversity and Equity Committee for the Faculty of Business and Economics, and been a member of the Faculty of Business and Economics Executive.
Dr Bardoel contributes to national and international debate in the work/life field. As President of the Work/Life Association (Victoria), she has actively promoted discussion among business leaders and policy makes about work/life issues. Her achievements include preparing a formal submission on Paid Maternity Leave to the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, chairing meetings with OECD representatives to discuss Australia's approach to family friendly policies, and organising five national conferences on work/life issues.
She is recognised as one of Australia's leading researchers in the work/life area and has published a number of articles in academic journals in this area. Her international contributions include serving as a reveiwer for highly regarded journals and conferences including Industrial Relations, Community, Work and Family and the Academy of Management.