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Delivering Sexual Harassment

  In our first blog of the new year, Professor Jo Brewis explores the ways in which the gig economy is providing an insidious new means for women to be exposed to sexual harassment. When strangers know phone numbers and addresses, how safe can women be?   Like women across the world, I have experienced […] Originally published at http://staffblogs.le.ac.uk/management/ Continue reading →

Ex academia luxus: Or Why do we pay to access academic publications?

  In this week’s blog, School of Business doctoral student Secki Jose (spj15@le.ac.uk) explores why universities are paying more and more to access the knowledge that their academics produce.   In recent years, academic publications have been coming under greater scrutiny due to the difficulties caused by the restrictions on access and spiralling costs. It […] Originally published at http://staffblogs.le.ac.uk/management/ Continue reading →

Backward schedule your Christmas turkey (under finite resources)

In this week’s blog, Dr Nicola Bateman, Associate Professor Operations Management (nab34@le.ac.uk) uses operations management to get all the bits of your Christmas dinner on the table at the same time.   For Christmas this blog is a bit less serious and is about bringing Operations Management into your kitchen.  Operations Management (OM) is a […] Originally published at http://staffblogs.le.ac.uk/management/ Continue reading →

Macron’s labour reforms are a major test for France’s trade unions

  Heather Connolly, Associate Professor of Employment Relations at ULSB (hmc33@le.ac.uk), on why President Macron’s labour reforms are a major test for France’s trade unions. Are they part of a programme of state-led liberalization which will shift the balance of power towards employers and test trade union strength and unity? (This blog was originally published on […] Originally published at http://staffblogs.le.ac.uk/management/ Continue reading →