Category: Employment

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Congratulations to Valerie Antcliff, Sue Baines and Elizabeth Gorb on ‘Developing Your Own Graduate Employees: Employer Perspectives on the Value of a Degree Apprenticeship’

Congratulations to Valerie Antcliff, Sue Baines and Elizabeth Gorb who have had their article ‘Developing Your Own Graduate Employees: Employer Perspectives on the Value of a Degree Apprenticeship’ published in Higher Education, Skills and...

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New Publication for Jamie Atkinson – ‘Letters Aren’t Good’: The Operation of the Right to Request Flexible Working Post-Maternity Leave in UK Small and Medium-Sized Companies

  Congratulations to Jamie Atkinson on his article ‘Letters Aren’t Good’: The Operation of the Right to Request Flexible Working Post-Maternity Leave in UK Small and Medium-Sized Companies due to appear in the Journal...

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Research Fellow – Sylvia Pankhurst Gender Research Centre

This is an exciting opportunity to join a newly established inter-disciplinary research group – The Sylvia Pankhurst Gender Research Centre that serves the Faculty of Business and Law and many other inter-faculty colleagues in...

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Should We Stay or Should We Go? The EU Referendum Debate

Academics, policy makers and the public gathered at Manchester Metropolitan University earlier this month for debate and discussion around the UK’s potential exit from the European Union, with the majority of attendees voting ‘remain’...

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Coming Soon! Establishments’ Use of Temporary Agency Workers: The Influence of Institutions and Establishments’ Employment Strategies

  Congratulations to Maria Allen on the acceptance for publication of her article “Establishments’ Use of Temporary Agency Workers: The Influence of Institutions and Establishments’ Employment Strategies” co-authored with Matthew Allen, JiaJia Liu and...

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What Makes a Good Day At Work?

The Work Psychology Cluster is once again please to host the Association for Business Psychology.  Join them on the 9th of June (6-8pm in room 3.01 of the Business School) to hear Paula Brockwell...

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Professor Stephen Whittle Wins NTGA Lifetime Achievement Award

Manchester Met’s Professor Stephen Whittle was honoured with the ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ at the recent Sparkle Charity National Transgender Awards 2016. The awards recognise individuals, companies, social groups, support groups and venues that have...

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Business Secretary Sajid Javid MP Praises Manchester Met’s Degree Apprenticeships on Visit to Launch £10 million fund

The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills has praised the trailblazing Degree Apprenticeship programmes at Manchester Met after launching a new nationwide £10 million Degree Apprenticeship fund. Sajid Javid MP was welcomed...

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RESEARCH WEDNESDAYS – NHS Junior Doctors, Austerity and Privatisation: From Moral Economy to Collective Resistance

    WEDNESDAY 16th March 2016, 2-4pm, Room 5.04, Business School   NHS Junior Doctors, Austerity and Privatisation: From Moral Economy to Collective Resistance   Paul Brook School of Management, University of Leicester    ...