Ms Sylvia Roux is a PhD candidate with the School of Management, QUT Business School, Queensland University of Technology. She is also a tutor, research assistant and partners in small business roles. Before her PhD, she received an Honours in Psychology and M.B.A.
Her PhD focuses on customised work arrangements (CWAs), and how management responses to requests (fully approved, partially approved, declined) impact employees efforts to optimise their work-life balance. The research examines impacts on employees positive and negative work-home interaction, work engagement, and influences of work-life flexibility culture and developmental culture environments.
Sylvia’s research has been featured as an industry report and conference presentation at Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM). She has also received academic recognition for teaching.
Sylvia lives on a farm near Brisbane, Qld with her partner and menagerie. She worked 16 years in the NSW Police, until 2003.
We send you curated content from the Centre for Workplace Leadership. No rubbish, promise.