New Appointments in Research Centre

The Centre for Sustainable Work and Employment Futures is pleased to announce the following new appointments that have been made within the centre:

  • Dr Andrew Weyman will be joining the centre as an Honorary Senior Lecturer. Dr Andrew Weyman is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of Bath. He has over 20 years of experience researching applied psychology and human factors; specialising in the Psychology of Risk. His research interests include public understandings of risk and risk communication, stakeholder engagement techniques, and evidence based practice in public policy research & delivery.
  • Professor Ewart Keep will be joining the centre as a Visiting Professor. Professor Keep is a full time researcher at the University of Oxford. He has advised parliamentary committees at Westminster and Holyrood, acted as a consultant to organisations including H M Treasury, the Cabinet Office and the UK Commission for Employment and Skills, and worked with a range of think tanks and charities including The Work Foundation and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation
  • Professor Philip Taylor will be joining the centre as a Visiting Professor. Professor Taylor is a Professor in the Department of Human Resource Management at the University of Strathclyde. His research interests include Call Centres, Occupational Health and Safety and Trade Union Organising.  He is the Co-Organiser of Critical Labour Studies Conference and the Co-Editor of Work, Employment & Society.

Centre director, Professor Peter Nolan says, “We are delighted to welcome these distinguished academics to our research centre and we look forward to working closely with them.”

The new appointments will take effect on 1st September 2014. Anyone requiring more information about these appointments should contact the centre administrator.

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