Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in HRM & Future of Work, University of Bristol
Giorgos Gouzoulis is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in HRM & Future of Work at the University of Bristol, School of Management since 2021. His research focuses on how globalisation and financialisation affect wage bargaining, workforce casualisation, and industrial conflict, focusing on advanced and emerging economies.
His work has appeared in world-leading academic journals, including the British Journal of Industrial Relations, Economic and Industrial Democracy, the Industrial Relations Journal, the Socio-Economic Review, and Sociology of Health & Illness, among others. Also, Giorgos is a member of the editorial board of Work, Employment and Society.
Strikes: how rising household debt could slow industrial action this year
Jan 26, 2023 12:01 pm UTC| Entertainment
After decades of declining real wages and deteriorating working conditions, strike activity has spiked over the last year, particularly in the United Kingdom. From nurses and teachers to railway and postal workers,...
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