I am Professor of Human Resource Management and Head of the Work and Employment Relations Division at the University of Leeds.
After reading History at the University of Liverpool, I gained an MSc and PhD from the Industrial Relations Department of the London School of Economics. I began my academic career as a lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Kent in 2001, moving to Leeds for the first time as lecturer in Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations in 2003. I joined the University of Warwick as Associate Professor in 2007 and subsequently moved to the University of York as Senior Lecturer then Reader in Human Resource Management. In 2014 I joined Loughborough University as Professor of Human Resource Management before returning to Leeds in September 2016. I became Head of the Work and Employment Relations Division in February 2017.
- Job quality
- Well-being at work
- HR and people analytics
Recent journal articles
Charlwood, A., Guenole, N. (2022), Human Resource Management Journal
Schulz, F., Valizade, D., Charlwood, A. (2021) Human Relations
Butterick, M., Charlwood, A. (2021), Human Resource Management Journal
Digit Data Commentaries
This Data Commentary examines how combining datasets can help researchers advance understanding of the effects of digital work.
Tomlinson, J., Valizade, D., Muzio, D., Charlwood, A. and Aulakh, S. (2019) ‘Privileges and penalties in the legal profession: an intersectional analysis of career progression’ British Journal of Sociology, 70 (3): 1043 – 1066. (A on ABDC List).
Discussions focused on applications and challenges of AI within the HR domain, the consequences for HR tasks and responsibilities, the required skills and knowledge, and the influence on value creation by HR professionals.
The issue will seek to understand what can be learnt from previous manifestations of digital healthcare work.
Andy Charlwood produced a short video to help students and researchers use the Understanding Society survey