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Stewart Johnstone

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  • United Kingdom

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20082019

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Personal Statement

I joined the Department of Work, Employment and Organisation at Strathclyde Business School in July 2020.  Prior to my current appointment I worked at Newcastle University (2012-2020) and Loughborough University (2005-2012).  I hold degrees from the universities of Aberdeen, Manchester and Loughborough. 

My research intererests traverse human resource management and employment relations, with a particular focus on employee voice and participation, employment restructuring, and HRM in SMEs.  I have published and have various ongoing projects in each of these areas.  I am currently Co-Chair of the British Academy of Management HRM Special Interest Group and former Executive Board Member and Communications Officer of the British Universities Industrial Relations Association.  I am also a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and the International Labor and Employment Relations Association.

Expertise & Capabilities

Employee voice and participation

Trade unions

Labour management partnership

Employment restructuring

Downsizing

HRM in SMEs

Teaching Interests

I have experience of designing, delivering and managing programmes and modules concerned with the management of people and work at all levels.  I am also the Editor of an Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management, which contains over 400 entries on core HR areas and key concepts, and is a popular companion to a standard HRM textbook.

Research Interests

My research activity has focused on:

Employee voice and participation in both unionised and non-union contexts, and especially issues of labour management partnership, a debate to which I have contributed extensively for over 15 years. See for example:

The potential of labour management partnership: a longitudinal case analysis, British Journal of Management.

Developing positive employment relations: international experiences of labour management partnership, Palgrave.

Finding a Voice at Work: New Perspectives on Employment Relations, Oxford University Press.

Employment restructuring in times of crisis, and in particular HRM responses to turbulence at the organisational level.  See for example:

The Global Financial Crisis, Work and Employment Ten Years On,  Economic and Industrial Democracy

Downsizing, The Sage Handbook of Human Resource Management

Employment practices, laboour flexibility and the Great Recession: an automotive case study, Economic and Industrial Democracy

HRM in SMEs and the extent to which HRM challenges and practices are distinctive in smaller organisational settings.  See for example:

Are the responses of small firms different from large firms in times of recession? Journal of Business Venturing.

Human resource practices, employee attitudes and small firm performance, International Small Business Journal.

 

 

Academic / Professional qualifications

Chartered Member, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

Fellow, Higher Education Academy

PhD Loughborough University

MSc University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST)

MA(Hons) University of Aberdeen

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Research Output

Employment practices, labour flexibility and the great recession: an automotive case study

Johnstone, S., 1 Aug 2019, In : Economic and Industrial Democracy. 40, 3, p. 537-559 23 p.

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    The global financial crisis, work and employment: ten years on

    Johnstone, S., Saridakis, G. & Wilkinson, A., 1 Aug 2019, In : Economic and Industrial Democracy. 40, 3, p. 455-468 14 p.

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