The Smurfit School’s Human Resource Management and Employee Relations Group is the nucleus of a major university centre in Ireland for the study of work and employment relations. The Group is involved in the provision of teaching, research and commentary on the changing world of work in Ireland and internationally.
Drawn from diverse academic backgrounds and a number of countries, members of the Human Resource Management and Employee Relations Group are among the leading Irish and European scholars in the field. Members of the group contribute to teaching, research and policy development in areas including HRM in Irish and multinational organisations; HRM in the platform economy, algorithmic HRM and gig work; HR analytics and HR technology; HRM and sustainability; HRM and employment relations in global supply chains; Care and the workplace; Gender equality, diversity and inclusion; Job quality, voice and wellbeing; Workplace conflict and resolution; and Employment Relations in Europe. The group shares a commitment to independent and critical teaching and scholarship and their teaching and research takes account of the interests of all the main stakeholders in the world of work: employers, employees, trade unions and the wider community.
On the international stage, the disciplines of human resource management and employee/industrial relations in the Smurfit School and their students are networked through the Group’s association with the ILR School at Cornell University, Ithaca (New York) and the EMLS network.
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