Dr. Carys Chan is a Lecturer in Organisational Psychology at the School of Applied Psychology, Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia. Chan conducts research on the work–life interface, flexible/remote working, self-efficacy, work-related stress and burnout, and leader–subordinate interactions. Currently, she is working on projects relating to work–life boundary management, the work–life experiences of child protection and social workers, and techno-stress caused by remote working. Dr. Chan is also the project coordinator for a large industry grant with Safe Work Australia, providing research expertise on workers’ psychological responses to injury and their associated return to work. Her work has been published in leading OB/HR journals and Chan is also a regular employment relations and work–life contributor to media outlets such as BBC, Business Insider Australia, Channel NewsAsia, and HR Daily. She won the Overall Best Doctoral Paper and Best Human Resource Management Paper Awards at the 2016 Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference and was awarded the Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN) Early Career Fellowship in 2020.