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    Research Interests

    Employment relations/HRM; Vocational training in Continental Europe; Diversity Management in Continental Europe; Social dialogue in France, Germany and Sweden



    I am Assistant Professor (Senior Lecturer) and undergraduate Course Director for Business and HRM in the School of Marketing and Management, and associate member of the research Centre for Business in Society, with varied experiences of research across different areas of human resource management and employment relations including – equality and diversity management, social dialogue and competence development. Experienced in working in international research teams and conducting comparative cross-national research across subjects, for a range of funders including, the European Union and the Swedish Institute for Working Life, as well as working with policy stakeholders such as employer associations, trade unions and the European Commission.

    Area of Expertise:

    • Employment relations
    • HRM
    • International HRM

    Education/Academic qualification

    Employment Relations, Doctorate, University of Warwick

    Award Date: 21 Jan 2016

    External positions

    Teaching Fellow, University of Warwick

    1 Sep 201431 Aug 2015

    Research assistant, Toulouse Business School

    1 Jan 200531 Dec 2007

    Policy officer, UEAPME

    1 Nov 200230 Sep 2004


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