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Parental leave and the return to employment: findings from Growing Up in New Zealand
Presenter: Associate Professor Susan Morton
Date: Thursday 13 June
Venue: ClockTower, Presentation Room
Associate Professor Susan Morton, Research Director of Growing Up in New Zealand, will present some early findings about parental leave and managing the transition back to work, including addressing some of the specific challenges facing parents returning to employment.
Growing up in New Zealand is a longitudinal study that provides an up-to-date, population-relevant picture of what it is like to be a child growing up in New Zealand in the 21st century. The study has been explicitly designed to follow children from birth until they are young adults, to understand what works best for children and families.
The Equity Office will also give an overview of the range of policies, resources and support services available at the University, which is committed to a “work environment characterised by a commitment to clear expectations, development of potential, inclusiveness, high achievement and rewarding performance” (Objective 1, Strategic Plan 2013-2020).
There will be a question and answer period after the presentations, followed by a networking opportunity and light refreshments.
To ensure your seat please RSVP by 7 June to firstname.lastname@example.org
Parenting and a Career at The University of Auckland
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- Application form for staff with family responsibilities
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- Parking for staff with permanent disabilities
- Staff equity information
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