Dr Emma Hughes is Associate Professor in HRM at the University of Leeds. She has published in journals such as Human Resource Management; Human Resource Management Journal; Work, Employment and Society and Gender, Work and Organization. She has also contributed to wider media outlets and regional/national radio channels. Hughes is Associate Editor of Gender, Work and Organization and Employee Relations, and is editorial board member of Work, Employment and Society.
She is also Co-Investigator on a ESRC funded project examining ‘good work’ and technology in online retail warehouses. The project is part of ESRC’s Transforming Working Lives Programme.
- Stakeholder engagement and voice
- Comparative HRM/employment relations
- Diversity and inclusion
Hughes, E. and Dundon, T. (2023). Addressing big societal challenges in HRM research: A Society-Actors-Processes-Policy framework. Academy of Management Perspectives, 37(2), pp.91-116.
Hughes, E. and Donnelly, R. (2022). Theorising the impact of macroturbulence on work and HRM: COVID‐19 and the abrupt shift to enforced homeworking. Human Resource Management Journal, https://doi.org/10.1111/1748-8583.12465