Centre for Employment Studies Research seminar programme 2015/2016
There are no seminars planned currently. Future events will be listed here in due course.
27 July 2016: Contested gendered meanings in police training: Becoming Police Community Support Officers, Paul Bennett, CESR
6 July 2016: The effects of personal and contextual factors on newcomer adjustment, Jenny Chen, CESR
15 June 2015: Where’s north? Steering a race equality agenda - the challenges of delivering a Manifesto for Race Equality in Bristol, Ruth Pitter, VOSCUR
8 June 2016: Organisational socialisation: A focus on new employees' actions, Helena Cooper-Thomas, Associate Professor, University of Auckland, New Zealand
4 May 2016: Apprentice Pay: A study in non-compliance. Hilary Drew (CESR), Felix Ritchie (AEF) and Michael Veliziotis
20 April 2016: Do the new forms of work revolutionise the centrality of working time? Nicola Cianferoni, Visiting Doctoral Researcher, CESR
16 March 2016: Who are WE? Exploring the construction of the student identity at a post-1992 institution. Vanda Papafilippou (CESR) and Richard Waller (ACE), UWE
17 February 2016: Employment relations practices in Greece during the recession. Michail Veliziotis and Horen Voskeritsian, CESR, UWE.
27 January 2016: 'My job is to protect you': The legal guardian role enacted by HR. Helen Mortimore, CESR, UWE.
16 December 2015: The Conservative government’s strike ballot thresholds: The challenge for the trade unions, Ralph Darlington, Professor of Employment Relations, University of Salford
4 November 2015: Breaking the laws of industrial relations: Low fares airlines and the Single European Aviation Market (SEAM). Peter Turnbull, Professor of Management, University of Bristol
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