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Work and Equalities Institute

Commentary, blogs and other activity

Institute members regularly write commentary items and opinion pieces for popular blogs.

The darker politics of wellbeing: the managerial abuse of 'positive' interventions at work
Miguel Martinez Lucio, Policy@Manchester, 24 October 2019

Health and wellbeing of older professional drivers
Sheena Johnson, Centre for Ageing Better, 16 August 2019

Women’s football may be growing in popularity but the game is still fighting for survival
Aristea Koukiadaki and Geoff Pearson, The Conversation, 5 July 2019

Is the national living wage a solution to the UK's productivity puzzle?
Mat Johnson and Jill Rubery, Policy@Manchester, 9 April 2019

Ten rules of email that will reduce your stress levels
Ricardo Twumasi, Cary Cooper and Lina Siegl, The Conversation, 28 March 2019

Does Brexit threaten women's employment rights?
Jill Rubery. Financial Times, 19 March 2019

Can Greater Manchester blaze the trail with an inclusive local industrial strategy?
Ruth Lupton, Policy@Manchester, 4 March 2019

The return of industrial democracy: preparing the ground for dealing with wayward capitalism
Miguel Martinez Lucio, Policy@Manchester, 2 January 2019

Humanity in the spotlight: the investor's responsibility
Lara Bianchi, Policy@Manchester, 8 November 2018

Why talent management became a business obsession
Tony Dundon and Paul Ryan, Brainstorm, 4 October 2018

Between a person-focused rhetoric and the harsh realities of people management
Tony Dundon and Anthony Rafferty, LSE Business Review, 2 October 2018

New generation of working parents demand a better deal on shared parental leave 
Emma Banister, The Conversation, 12 September 2018

Wage Councils could address endemic pay inequality in the UK economy
Tony Dundon, The Conversation, 5 September 2018

Five stereotypes about older workers debunked
Sheena Johnson and Ricardo Twumasi, The Conversation, 24 July 2018

Automation has the potential to improve gender equality at work
Debra Howcroft and Jill Rubery, The Conversation, 11 June 2018

How shared parental leave gives adoptive parents real time to build a new family unit
Emma Banister and Ben Kerrane, The Conversation, 30 April 2018

New styles of strikes and protest are emerging in the UK
Tony Dundon, The Conversation, 9 April 2018

Exploring the causes and solutions to Scotland’s gender pay gap
Wendy Olsen, David Bayliss and Min Zhang, Close the Gap, 21 March 2018

Why part-time work is not good for women's pay
Jill Rubery, HR Magazine, 20 February 2018

Concerted campaign helps women in Kenya’s flower industry get a better deal
Lara Bianchi, The Conversation, 13 February 2018

Shared parental leave: Opportunities and barriers and the #sharethejoy campaign
Emma Banister, Policy@Manchester, 12 February 2018

Why closing the gender pay gap requires a new debate on fair pay
Jill Rubery, Policy@Manchester, 6 February 2018

Gender inequalities and sexual harassment in global value chains
Lara Bianchi, Policy@Manchester, 5 February 2018

Are some fathers being ignored in family friendly policy initiatives?
Emma Banister and Helen Norman, Policy@Manchester, 17 January 2018

Automation, robots and the ‘end of work’ myth
Debra Howcroft and Tony Dundon, The Conversation, 16 January 2018