Dr Ian Roper examines the decline in strike action over recent years in the UK and asks whether it indicates a more harmonious employment environment.
Dr Tim Evans and Dr Sarah Morris outline the next stage in organisational evolution and how it will change the way we work
Professor Clive Boddy shares some insight from his extensive research in corporate psychopaths and their impact on colleagues and organisations
Professor Anne Daguerre discusses her Fulbright-Schuman experience at George Mason University in Washington, D.C.
NHS equality expert Roger Kline on the disproportionate referrals of BME nurses and midwives to the Nursing and Midwifery Council
Professor of Business and Political Economy Dr Tim Evans assesses Philip Hammond’s first Budget as Chancellor
Director of Global Corporate Engagement David Williams explains how organisations can benefit
Professor of International Employment Relations Martin Upchurch explores the prospect of technological singularity
Equality expert Roger Kline revisits a 2004 Audit Commission report to show that many of its findings are as relevant today as they were then
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