Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Research Cluster Staff

Cluster Members

Dr Paschal Anosike

Dr Lee Crofts

Janet Firth

Dr Whyeda Gill McLure

Professor Bob Hamlin

Jenni Jones

Elaine Kirkham

William Scarff

Professor Roger Seifert

Dr Wen Wang

Dr Andrew Hambler

Research students and their projects

Abdulaziz Al-falih
‘Labour flexibility and employee commitment: an analysis of the future trajectory of employment patterns in Saudi Arabia’.

Abdullah Al-falih
‘The impact of Islam and traditional Arab institutions and values on employee attitudes: a comparative case study of an indigenous Saudi Arabian owned and managed corporation and a foreign multinational corporation’

Abdulsalam Aljumah
‘The effects of the motivating system of Performance Related Pay on performance in utilities firms in the Saudi context’

Feifei Feng
‘The comparative study of changes in the labour management and labour process of doctors and nurses in hospitals in the UK and China’

Janet Firth
‘Organisational development in a transitional economy: the role of the change agent in the process of knowledge transfer’

Costas Hoppas
‘Strategic human resource management and organisational performance: a study of service sector businesses in Cyprus’

Jenni Jones
‘An analysis of the components of the mentoring relationship in the context of UK business’

Medhat Sulimany
‘The usefulness of non-monetary benefits in Retention Strategies within Saudi Arabian Private Sector. A case study of retail companies in Saudi Arabia: Giordano, Savola and Al-Sawani’

Abinotam Adike
'Internal Marketing’s Role in Enhancing the Entrepreneurial Tendencies of Leaders: A Study of the Public Sector in Sub-Saharan Nigeria'

Baba Ali Ashemi
'An investigation of women's entrepreneurial capacity for the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) in north-eastern Nigeria: The role of microfinance institutions'

Abdulaziz Al Falih
Labour flexibility and employee commitment: an analysis of the future trajectory of the employment of female graduates in Saudi Arabia

Abdullah Al Falih
The Impact of Islam and traditional Arab institutions and values on employee attitudes: a comparative a case study of an indigenous Saudi Arabian owned and managed corporation and a foreign multinational corporation

Abdulsalam Aljumah
The effects of the motivating system of performance related pay on performance in utilities firms in the Saudi context

Feifei Feng
The comparative study of changes in the labour management and labour process of doctors and nurses in hospitals in the UK and China

Janet Firth
Organisational development in a transitional economy: the role of the change agent in the process of knowledge transfer

John Grace
Has Fairness at Work Meant Reduced Rights at Work for Unorganised Labour?