Werk has an internship opening for a student enrolled in a PhD Industrial-Organizational (I-O) Psychology, Occupational Psychology, Organizational Behavior or related discipline program. The intern will work on a diverse set of research projects to support Werk’s R&D efforts.
As an intern you will conduct analyses to inform and understand Werk’s enterprise product offering. You will translate findings into actionable insights and communicate results to key stakeholders.
Specifically you will: - Design research projects and conduct analyses to derive insights about employees’ needs for, access to and impact of flexibility - Develop reports to help stakeholders make strategic recommendations which inform major product and operational decisions - Build out analytics toolkits/frameworks used cross functionality throughout the organization - Effectively communicate data to both nontechnical and technical stakeholders alike - Conduct research on best practices for workplace flexibility and prepare summary reports - Develop training programs on workplace flexibility - Support in the development of company collateral, marketing, and training materials