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Professor Tracy Scurry
Expanding Understandings of Value and Success2022
Professor Tracy Scurry
Sarah Carnegie
Dr Emily Yarrow
Get Sust! Working in partnership with students to co-develop a board game for raising student awareness of sustainable development2022
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr John Blenkinsopp
Knowledge, skills and dispositions: institutional habitus in a public sector talent management programme2022
Professor Tracy Scurry
Turbulent transitions: graduate unemployment and underemployment2022
Dr Ewan Mackenzie
Professor Tom McGovern
Dr Adrian Small
Professor Christian Hicks
Professor Tracy Scurry
et al.
'Are they out to get us?': Power and the 'recognition' of the subject through a 'lean' work regime2021
Dr Susan Kirk
Professor Tracy Scurry
Guest editorial - Re-imagining GTM? Considering the implications of context for research and practice2021
Professor Tracy Scurry
Navigating dual-careers: the challenge for professional couples2021
Francesca Speed
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr Peter Edward
Networks amongst Syrians: Situated Migrant Positionalities and the Impact on Relational Embedding2021
Professor Tracy Scurry
Developing and Enhancing Graduates' Career Resilience; Perspectives from Higher Education Careers Professionals2020
Dr Adrian Small
Professor Christian Hicks
Professor Tom McGovern
Professor Tracy Scurry
Evaluating, managing and improving the performance of automotive distribution through the processes involved in the development of a hierarchical model2020
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr John Blenkinsopp
Maintaining the promise without killing the dream: developing resilience for future 'graduate' careers2020
Professor Tracy Scurry
Navigating the graduate labour market: The impact of social class on student understandings of graduate careers and the labour market2020
Andrew Kozhevnikov
Professor Tracy Scurry
Professor Steve Vincent
Social boundaries and the careers of skilled migrants: a realist Bourdieusian analysis2020
Professor Tracy Scurry
The role of the psychological contract in shaping graduate experiences: a study of public sector talent management programmes in the UK and Australia2020
Professor Tracy Scurry
Female and Foreign: An intersectional exploration of the experiences of skilled migrant women in Qatar2019
Professor Tracy Scurry
Graduate Resilience: A review of the literature and future research agenda2019
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr John Blenkinsopp
Life in the graduate graveyards: making sense of underemployment in graduate careers2019
Professor Tracy Scurry
It's only a baby, right? Prime ministers, women and parenthood2018
Professor Tracy Scurry
Première ministre et jeune maman : ce que révèle le cas de Jacinda Ardern2018
Dr Marilyn Clarke
Professor Tracy Scurry
The Negotiated Career: A framework for exploring the challenges of modern dual careers2018
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr John Blenkinsopp
Dr Katy Graley
Critical perspectives on graduate employability2017
Dr Adrian Small
Professor Christian Hicks
Professor Tom McGovern
Professor Tracy Scurry
Melissa Whipp
et al.
A balanced scorecard for evaluating the performance of motor dealerships2015
Costas Photiou
Professor Tracy Scurry
Communication, support and strategic impact: engaging employees with work through 'Line of Sight'2015
Dr John Blenkinsopp
Professor Tracy Scurry
Exploring issues of authenticity in early career: the case of underemployed graduates2015
Dr Jenny Rodriguez
Professor Tracy Scurry
Foreign and Female: Work experiences of professional female self-initiated expatriates in Qatar2015
Costas Photiou
Professor Tracy Scurry
Motivation enhancing HR practices and organizational commitment: what happens during turbulent economic times2015
Dr Matt Flynn
Professor Tracy Scurry
Are United Kingdom Workers and Organizations Prepared for an Extended Working Life?2014
Dr Jenny Rodriguez
Professor Tracy Scurry
Career capital development of self-initiated expatriates in Qatar: cosmopolitan globetrotters, experts and outsiders2014
Costas Photiou
Professor Tracy Scurry
Employee ‘Line of Sight’: the key to unlocking human capital potential?2014
Costas Photiou
Professor Tracy Scurry
Front line HRM, employee wellbeing and performance: Bridging the gap through 'line of sight'2014
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr Marilyn Clarke
Talent Mismanagement? The importance of structural and support dimensions in shaping individual experiences of talent management in the public sector2014
Professor Christian Hicks
Professor Tom McGovern
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr Adrian Small
Melissa Whipp
et al.
The case for transformational change in the automotive distribution industry2014
Dr Jenny Rodriguez
Professor Tracy Scurry
The Global Talent Challenge of Self-Initiated Expatriates2014
Costas Photiou
Professor Tracy Scurry
Antecedent and Moderators of Employee Line of Sight to the Strategic Objectives of the Organization: Testing and Building the theory2013
Dr Jenny Rodriguez
Professor Tracy Scurry
Carreiras globais e narrativas de identidade: O caso dos migrantes qualificados no Catar2013
Leigh Sear
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr Janine Swail
Professor Simon Down
Graduate recruitment to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs)2013
Dr Jenny Rodriguez
Professor Tracy Scurry
Living many lives: Transnational mobility and identity scaffolding of skilled migrants2013
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr Jenny Rodriguez
Narratives of Identity of Self-Initiated Expatriates in Qatar2013
Costas Photiou
Professor Tracy Scurry
Strategic Human Resource Management and Performance: The moderating role of human capital and social capital2013
Dr Jenny Rodriguez
Professor Tracy Scurry
Constructions of Identity and Belonging of Highly Skilled Migrants in Qatar2012
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr John Blenkinsopp
Global Careers: Perspectives from the United Kingdom2012
Professor Tracy Scurry
Leigh Sear
Anja Uglebjerg
Graduate Employment in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises: Results from an AGCAS member survey2012
Dr Jenny Rodriguez
Professor Tracy Scurry
The Global Talent Challenge of Self-Initiated Expatriates2012
Dr John Blenkinsopp
Professor Tracy Scurry
Work-related travel and climate change: the low carbon career perspective2012
Dr John Blenkinsopp
Professor Tracy Scurry
Enabling the low carbon career: challenges for HR policy and practice2011
Dr Yvette Taylor
Professor Tracy Scurry
Intersections, divisions, and distinctions: Exploring widening participation and international students' experiences of Higher Education in the UK2011
Dr John Blenkinsopp
Professor Tracy Scurry
The Low Carbon Career2011
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr John Blenkinsopp
Under-employment among recent graduates: a review of the literature2011
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr John Blenkinsopp
Unknowing and unprepared? Undergraduate expected labour market outcomes and career management strategies.2011
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr John Blenkinsopp
One Brand, Many Programmes: Exploring the role of line managers in the UK civil service graduate fast track programme2010
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr John Blenkinsopp
What is a graduate job? Insights from undergraduate students of expected graduate employment outcomes2010
Professor Tracy Scurry
Failure to Launch? Graduate Underemployment and the Subjective Career2009
Professor Tracy Scurry
Graduate underemployment: a systematic literature review2009
Gemma Musson
Professor Tracy Scurry
Homebased work: a review of research into themes, directions and implications2009
Dr John Blenkinsopp
Professor Tracy Scurry
Strategic Human Resource Management - Edited by Randall S. Schuler and Susan E. Jackson2008
Professor Tracy Scurry
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Trusting the Trust: A study of trust relationships between staff and senior management of three merging primary care organisations2008
Dr John Blenkinsopp
Professor Tracy Scurry
"Hey GRINGO!": The HR challenge of graduates in non-graduate occupations2007
Dr Yvette Taylor
Professor Tracy Scurry
Dr Bernadette Buckley
‘Intersections, divisions and distinctions: an exploration of students’ experiences’2007
Professor Tracy Scurry
Gemma Musson
Managing Across Changing Boundaries: The role of trust in telework2007
Professor Tracy Scurry
How do I have the trust to know that everything is going to be ok?” – An exploration of management and trust in a teleworking context2006
Gemma Musson
Professor Tracy Scurry
Improving Services. Balancing Lives? A Multiple Stakeholder Perspective on the Work-Life Balance Discourse2006
Professor Tracy Scurry
Invisible aspects of homeworking practices: an empirical investigation in two case organisations2006
Gemma Musson
Professor Tracy Scurry
Invisible aspects of homeworking practices: an empirical investigation in two case organisations2006
Gemma Musson
Professor Tracy Scurry
Flexibility and Inflexibility in WLB Initiatives2005
Professor Tracy Scurry
The Hidden Work in Flexible and Virtual Organisational Contexts2005
Professor Tracy Scurry
Improving Services. Balancing Lives? A Multiple Stakeholder Analysis on Homeworking, Work/Times Life/Times.2004
Professor Tracy Scurry
Marginalisation and the self: the case of temporary and scattered ‘careers’ in higher education2002
Professor Tracy Scurry
More than just a phone monkey – graduate identity management in a call centre2002
Professor Tracy Scurry
The business case for numerical flexibility: A study of temporary employment in UK universities.2001