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Strikes: when companies collaborate with unions, industrial action can benefit business (2023)
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Lord, J. (in press). Strikes: when companies collaborate with unions, industrial action can benefit business

More than 4 million working days have been lost to industrial action in the UK in 2023. This is more than at any point since 1989 and around nine times more than the yearly average of 450,000 days in the 2010s. This is level of activity is particu... Read More about Strikes: when companies collaborate with unions, industrial action can benefit business.

“WindVision: in conversation about a PhD journey from film theory to experimental essay (with PhD supervisor, Ursula Hurley)” (2023)
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Hurley, U., & Neis, D. (2023). “WindVision: in conversation about a PhD journey from film theory to experimental essay (with PhD supervisor, Ursula Hurley)”. [Video]

Former candidate and supervisor hold a reflective conversation in which they consider their PhD journey from a conventional film theory thesis towards a spiralling constellation of unfilmable scripts, circular poems, and personal essay, with a casset... Read More about “WindVision: in conversation about a PhD journey from film theory to experimental essay (with PhD supervisor, Ursula Hurley)”.

Administering Oxygen (2023)
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Pilkington, R. (2023). Administering Oxygen. [Website]

The ‘lazy girl job’ trend and why businesses don’t need to be afraid of it (2023)
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Lord, J. The ‘lazy girl job’ trend and why businesses don’t need to be afraid of it

The term ‘lazy girl job’ can be attributed to a Tik Tok influencer named Gabrielle Judge who defined it as a low stress, fully remote job with little oversight and a good salary offering financial freedom

How redundancies can be delivered in a fair and compassionate way (2023)
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Lord, J. How redundancies can be delivered in a fair and compassionate way

The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the UK economy has been extremely damaging with organisations still grappling with high inflation and record cost of living

State crimes in Zimbabwe, from Mugabe to the new dispensation, a case of old wine in different bottles. (2023)
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Silika, K. (2023). State crimes in Zimbabwe, from Mugabe to the new dispensation, a case of old wine in different bottles

When the November 2017 coup occurred in Zimbabwe, there was a pseudo renewed optimism and euphoria over new prospects for the country. Zimbabwe, a former British colony, had lived in the perpetual shadow of Robert Mugabe, the man who had ruled the co... Read More about State crimes in Zimbabwe, from Mugabe to the new dispensation, a case of old wine in different bottles..

How mindfulness can develop better leaders and happier employees (2023)
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Lord, J. (in press). How mindfulness can develop better leaders and happier employees

Over the last 30 years, mindfulness has become more and more popular due to its ability of bringing a certain quality of attention to moment-by-moment experience

What’s next for Employment Law in the UK? (2023)
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Lord, J. What’s next for Employment Law in the UK?

Despite the United Kingdom officially leaving the European Union on the 31 January 2020, there was a transition period that ended on 31 December 2020 whereby EU laws and regulations still applied in the UK