Darren joined Work, Employment and Organisation in May 2020. Awarded his PhD in 2014 from Strathclyde Business School, he was previously a lecturer in Management, Work and Organisation at Stirling Management School. In this role, Darren was the chair of research ethics, an international partnership director and programme director for an MSc. He is interested in exploring work and employment with a focus on civil society, the frontline service sector, worker narratives, and how management and organisation can help us understand societal challenges such as labour exploitation. Darren's research expertise is rooted in linkages beween work, labour and management.
Darren is interested in challenging existing orthodoxies in business and management education. Previously he taught Work, Employment and Society and Responsible Business. He is currently contributing to a range of modules, and is coordinating Organisational analysis and strategy and Introduction to management.
- Business and Society manuscript development workshop
More professional activities
- GCRF_NF127 A capabilities assessment of Covid-19 changes to the Workers? Rights Act in Mauritius: implications for domestic and migrant workers
- Sambajee, Pratima (Principal Investigator) McGuire, Darren (Co-investigator) Scholarios, Dora (Co-investigator) Yusof, Zatun Najahah (Researcher)
- 21-Jan-2020 - 20-Jan-2022
Work, Employment and Organisation
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