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Celebrating International Women’s Day: the alta mentoring platform

Written by Prof. Sue Durbin. Blog post originally posted by the Royal Aeronautical Society Today is International Women’s day (IWD) ...
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Can industrial relations and trade unions be ‘smart’ in the digital world of work? Insights from three cases: Industry 4.0, e-commerce, and digital platforms in Italy

Dr Stefano Gasparri The effect of digitalization Digitalization has become the ‘buzzword’ that captures all aspects of technological change associated ...
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Researching equality, diversity, and inclusion in Italy: why are transsexual individuals not included in the ‘equality debate’?

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Graduate Employability – Doing Enough?

Dr John Neugebauer, Visiting Fellow, Bristol Business School How often do we step back to think critically and analytically about ...
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The “Necessary evil” of a compliance role for HR: Examining the day-to-day realities of human resources (HR) practice

Dr Helen Mortimore and Dr Catherine Mackintosh The problem for HR practitioners When was the last time you heard somebody ...
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Building Organizational Resilience in small and medium enterprises (SMEs): The role of high performance work systems

This guest blog is written by Dr Tinkuma Edafioghor, Senior Lecturer Human Resource Management - Programme Leader Msc HRM. This ...
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The Casual Employment of Higher Education Students in the Hospitality Sector: contributing to local labour markets?

This month's guest blog is written by Dr Hilary Drew, Associate Head of Department - Partnerships (BIM) at UWE Bristol ...
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The Challenges to Achieving Gender Balance in the Pilot Trainer Role

As of January 2020, there were 185,143 airline pilots in the world, of which 9,746 were women (5.26%) and 2,630 ...
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What do we want? Equal Pay! When do we want it? 1970!

This blog post was written by Hazel Conley, Professor of Human Resource Management in the Faculty of Business and Law ...
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Reducing organisational vulnerability of women: applying organisational research in Mexican-US borderlands

A British Council/Newton Fund Impact Scheme funded project, led by Dr Hugo Gaggiotti, with Dr Isis Diaz Carrion (University of ...
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What are employee benefits and who really benefits from their provision?

This month’s guest post on employee benefits is written by Stefano Gasparri, Senior Lecturer in HRM, UWE Bristol. This blog ...
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Forbes Article – ‘Gig workers are the workforce of the future: Here’s how to engage them’

Dr Rochelle Haynes, Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at UWE Bristol and CEO of Crowd Potential Consulting Group co-authored ...
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Power crafting at work: Notes from a journey in search of a phenomenon

This guest post was written by Aykut Berber, Associate Professor in Critical HRM and Management Studies at UWE, Bristol. What ...
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The networked self: exploring networks as a source of career development and identity for female engineers

This month's guest post is written by Dr Vanda Papafilippou, Senior Lecturer in HRM, UWE Bristol. Women comprise just 12% ...
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Navigating reduced hours careers: experiences of male and female executives and senior managers

A British Academy/Leverhulme Trust funded project, led by Professor Susan Durbin, with Professor Jennifer Tomlinson (Leeds University Business School) and ...
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