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Strathclyde Business SchoolDepartment of Work, Employment & Organisation

PhD/DBA Graduates

  • David Evans (2020)

    Breakaway Trade Unions: Reframing the debate within a Social Movement Approach 

  • John Evans (2020)

    Shaping Apprenticeships: Strategic actors in skill ecosystems

  • Syed Bin Syed Omar (2020)

    HRM and performance in the public sector: The role of line managers and employee perception in HRM implementation

  • Joanna Butler (2020)

    Welfare to work: The Impact of the Jobseeker-Adviser Relationship on Objective Employment Outcomes

  • Magdalena Gilek (2020)

    Mental health among young workers: the impact of job quality

  • Hao Cheng (2019)

    The role of emotion in decision making when information is framed positively and negatively

  • Derek Thomson (2019)

    Emotion in Teaching: Developing an understanding of the emotional side of teaching through the importance of context and role amongst teachers and classroom assistants in Scottish schools

  • Francis Vinicius Portes Virginio  (2019)

    The transnational chains of super-exploitation in the 21st century: the experiences of Haitian workers in Brazil

  • Eli Dutton (2019)

    Long-term sickness absence and the contested terrain of the employment relationship

  • Ann Ndiuini (2019)

    Career experiences of Kenyan migrant hotel workers in the UK hotel sector

  • Linda Buchan (2019)

    Leadership-as-comminicative-practice: Transforming situations through talk and text

  • William McConn-Palfreyman (2019)

    Exploring leadership as it is expressed within professional rugby: the application of Merleau-Ponty's sensual ontology of flesh to organisational practice

  • Rory Tracey (2019)

    In Daedalus' Workshop: Technique and the Dynamics of Invention in Organisation Studies

  • Chibuzo Ejiogu (2019)

    High-Skilled Migrant Workers, Transnational Networks, Equality and Voice: Civil Society Organisations as New Regulatory Actors in Work and Employment

  • Chandrima Roy (2018)

    Employment, Work Organization and Employee Experiences of Work in Post-Crisis Indian Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Industry

  • Patrick (Pauric) O’Rourke (2018)

    An Exploratory Study on the Impact of New Public Management Inspired Change on Work and HRM in the Irish Nonprofit, Voluntary and Community Sector

  • Doug Young (2018)

    Caring Within Constraint: Employment Relations in Voluntary Sector Social Care in the Context of Personalisation, Marketization and Austerity

  • Pedro Jose Mendonca (2018)

    Examining the Changing Nature of Employment Regimes and Job Quality in the Supply Chain

  • James Main (2018)

    Scared to go Sick: Trade Union and Member Responses to Sickness Absence Policy Management within Local Government

  • Awatif Al Rakhyoot (2017)

    Conceptualising the Antecedents of Employee Intentions to Transfer Training to the Job.

  • Andy Clark (2017)

    Not Our Jobs to Sell’ – Workforce Mobilization, Deindustrialisation and Resistance to Plant Closure: Scottish Female Factory Occupations, 1981 – 1982.

  • Stefano Battaglia (2017)

    Dynamics of Trust in the Employment Relationship.

  • Ken Munro (2017)

    To what Extent and in what Ways is Clinical Reasoning Relevant in Manual Handling Risk Assessments in a Community Setting.

  • Andy Brady (2017)

    An Analysis of Trade Unions in Shaping FAV Employment Relations Outcomes in the British Labour Party Post-1970.

  • Fotis Mitsakis (2017)

    Strategic HRD: An Investigation into Greek Banks at the Time of the Economic Crisis.

  • Miguel Sarrion (2017)

    Engagement Climate in Service Settings: Construct Domain, Multidimensionality and Measurement.

  • Joseph McCarthy (Tony) (2017)

    Measuring Risk Perception and Risk-taking Behaviour when Driven by Automatic Cognitive Processing: The Development of New Methods.

  • Andrew Bratton (2016)

    Creating Sustainable Workplaces Together: Employee Relations Practices and Environmental Management.

  • Radoslaw Polkowski (2016)

    Migration, Structures of feeling and pathways to inclusion and exclusion: migrant workers in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Poland.

  • Rachelle Pascoe-Deslauriers (2016)

    Job Displacement and the Implications for Job Quality

  • Anastasios Hadjisolomou (2015)

    Line Managers Role in the Retention of Front Line Employees in the context of a retail war: A comparison between Cyprus and UK supermarkets

  • Eleanor Kirk (2015)

    Grievance Formulation and Expression: A Comparative Workplace Study

  • Tzu-Hui Wang (2015)

    Organisational Citizenship Behaviour: Exploring Enablers Within Organisational Culture from an Employment Perspective

  • Isobel McDonald (2015)

    Institutional Factors and the Experiences of Women in Management

  • Douglas Martin (2015)

    The Impact of Work Changes in the UK Civil Service and the Trade Union Response

  • Mhairi Wallace (2014)

    The Need Satisfaction and Wellbeing of Scottish Primary Teachers

  • Hazel Baxter (2013)

    The Employment Relationship of New Labour Migration

  • Belgin Okay-Somerville (2013)

    Antecedents of Graduate Underemployment

  • Saira Lee (2012)

    Work Intensity in the Software Industry

  • Pearl Ming-Chu Lin (2012)

    Training for Culinary Creativity: The Role of Formative Education

  • Evangelia Marinakou (2012)

    An Investigation of Gender Influences on Transformational Leadership Style in the Greek Hospitality Industry

  • Charalambos Giousbasoglou (2012)

    A Contextual Approach to Understanding Managerial roles and Competencies: The Case of Luxury Hotels in Greece

  • Rowan Denton (2011)

    The Role and Influence of Board Members on Non Departmental Public Bodies: A Stakeholder Perspective

  • Nermin Morsy (2011)

    Internal Marketing: An HRM-Marketing Nexus. The Case of Global Travel Company

  • Shiona Chillas (2010)

    The Changing Nature of Graduate Work and Employment

  • Muhammad Athar Siddiqui (2010)

    The Equality Theme in HRD Discourse: A Critical and Contextual Case Study of an Education Development Agency in Pakistan

  • Pauline Anderson (2009)

    Stuck in the Middle: Problems with Recruitment Skill and Training in Intermediate Occupations in the Hourglass Economy

  • Scott Hurrell (2009)

    Addressing Soft Skills Deficits: The Employer's Response.

  • Anne Marie Cullen (2008)

    The Demand for Aesthetic Skills in Interactive Service Work: the Implications of this Demand upon Unemployed Job Seekers' Access to this Work.

  • Andrew Jenkins (2008)

    Perspectives of Age Discrimination in Hotel Employment: An Anglo-Irish Study

  • Hannah Hesselgreaves (2007)

    A Study of Emotional Intelligence, Leadership-Member Dyads and Employee Outcomes in the British NHS

  • Caroline Smith (2007)

    New World Order in the New World? The Capacity of Australian Unions to Mobilise Internationally

  • Zabeda Abdul Hamid (2005)

    Knowledge Workers - Evaluating the Impact and Management of Knowledge Workers in Organisations

  • Ian Cunningham (2005)

    Employee Relations in the Voluntary Sector

  • Robert Isaac (2005)

    Supervisor and Employee Value Congruence and Ratings of Job Performance

  • Abigail Marks (2005)

    Using a Social Identity Approach to Reconcile Opposing Debates on Teamwork

  • Steve Paton (2005)

    Scientific Management and Technical/Professional Labour

  • Craig Williamson (2004)

    External Quality Assessment in the Context of Managerialism and Higher Education Public Policy

  • Hadyn Bennet (2002)

    Demographic and Biographical Predictors of Work Values and Preferences in the Northern Irish Context: Implications for Employee Selection and Person-Organization Fit

  • Bertold BIFFAR (1999)

    A Segmented Institutionalist Perspective of Multimedia Computer-Based Training Projects

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