Sue Williamson is an Associate Professor of Human Resource Management in the School of Business at UNSW, Canberra. She specialises in two main areas of research – gender equality in the workplace, and public sector human resources and industrial relations. Sue is combining these two areas and for the past few years has been examining how various public sector agencies implement gender equality initiatives. Recent research includes examining how public sector employees worked from home during the pandemic, and what the future of work in the public sector might look like post-pandemic. Sue has also examined how middle managers can progress gender equality. Sue has partnered with various state government and Australian Government agencies on projects aimed at progressing workplace gender equality.
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