HR PIN Event- The Struggle to Balance Work and Non-Work Roles

6:00pm - 8:00pm / Wednesday 5th February 2020
Type: Lecture / Category: Institute/School
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The University of Liverpool Management School, in conjunction with CIPD Merseyside and North Cheshire, are delighted to invite you to join us for an interactive discussion on the Struggle to Balance Work and Non-Work Roles on 5th February from 6pm in the Brett Building (Oxford Road, University of Liverpool).
Dr Laura Radcliffe (Senior Lecturer, Organisational Behaviour, University of Liverpool Management School) will consolidate her research with working parents over the last decade to tell you a story about the daily work-non-work struggle for working couples and how this influences gender (in)equality at work and at home. She will also be joined by two PhD researchers, Martyn Bradley and Anneke Schaefer, who are currently researching the work-non-work experiences of other diverse groups of employees, to help us to contemplate the challenges from a variety of important, but often less considered, perspectives.
Laura’s research centres on the intersection of work and family, with a particular focus on daily work/family practices, routines and decision-making. In exploring these practices, she also examines the influence of gendered norms and the impact on organisational inclusivity practices, such as flexible working.
The evening will be interactive in nature, enabling attendees to consider how to create a happy, healthy and inclusive work environment for everyone.