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COVID is changing the way we work – and for disabled people too

Posted on 29 January 2021 by Debbie Foster

In our latest post, Professor Debbie Foster and Dr Natasha Hirst draw on their Legally Disabled? research findings to discuss the ways in which the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has enabled employers to be more disability inclusive. Remote working was the most requested but refused accommodation for disabled people in the workplace before the pandemic. Since COVID-19, however,
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How does the pursuit of harmony shape expatriate management in Chinese multinational corporations?

Posted on 9 September 2019 by Muhao Du

In our latest post, PhD researcher Muhao Du outlines the ambitions of his doctoral research on Chinese expatriate management. The post is based on his prizewinning poster presentation exhibited at the inaugural Welsh Postgraduate Research Conference in June 2019. My research focuses on the lifecycle of expatriate management in Chinese multinational corporations (MNCs) through the
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Is UK Television facing a crisis in skills and training?

Posted on 7 August 2019 by James Davies

In our latest post, James Davies outlines the challenges of Labour Entry and Skill Formation facing the UK Television industry. The post is based on his prizewinning presentation delivered at the inaugural Welsh Postgraduate Research Conference in June 2019. Change is the only constant Television production in the UK can be broadly divided into two
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