Andy Charlwood

Head of Work and Employment Relations Division
Professor in Human Resource Management

Email:
A.Charlwood@leeds.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)113 343 2384
Categories:
Academic, Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change (CERIC), Work and Employment Relations
Location:
G.02, 31 Lyddon Terrace
Profile

BA (hons) History, University of Liverpool
MSc. Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, London School of Economics
PhD. Industrial Relations, London School of Economics

Andy has held academic posts at the universities of Kent (2001 – 2003), Warwick (2007) and York (2008 – 2013). He was professor of HRM at Loughborough University before joining Leeds in September 2016.

Research

Andy’s main research interests are in the areas of job quality and well-being at work, employee voice and working time. He is also interested HR analytics and the ways in which within organisation analytics and data analysis are changing HRM. His research is interdisciplinary in its approach, drawing on ideas and methods from the sociology of work and employment, work psychology and labour economics.

Andy has held research grants from the Department of Trade and Industry, the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) and the British Academy. He recently concluded a year-long research fellowship, funded by the British Academy, to investigate job satisfaction and subjective well-being at work in Britain from a sociological perspective, looking at how social norms and social structure shape the expectations and aspirations that people have about work and how this in turn shapes their evaluations of subjective well-being.

Teaching

LUBS5761 Strategic HRM and Talent Management
LUBS2590 Labour Economics

Publications

Angrave, D., Charlwood, A., Kirkpatrick, I., Lawrence, M. and Stuart, M. (2016) ‘HR Analytics: Why HR is set to fail the Big Data challenge’ Human Resource Management Journal, 26(1): 1 - 11. (4 ABS List).

Angrave, D., Charlwood, A. and Greenwood, I. (2015) ‘Do economic conditions influence union activism behaviour?’ Economic and Industrial Democracy, Online First publication, doi: 10.1177/0143831X15571641. (3 ABS List).

Angrave, D. and Charlwood, A. (2015) ‘What is the relationship between long working hours, over-employment, under-employment and the subjective well-being of workers? Longitudinal evidence from the UK’ Human Relations, 68(9): 1491 – 1515. (shortlisted for Human Relations paper of the year prize; 4 ABS List).

Angrave, D., Charlwood, A. and Wooden, I. (2015) ‘Long hours work and physical activity’ Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 69(8): 738 – 734. (Journal impact factor 3.51, SNIP 1.53, 20th out of 80 ISI indexed journals in Epidemiology).

Angrave, D., Charlwood, A. and Wooden, M. (2014) ‘Working time and cigarette smoking: Evidence from Australia and the United Kingdom’ Social Science and Medicine, 114 (July): 72 - 79. (4 ABS List).

Charlwood, A. and Pollert, A. (2014) ‘Informal employment dispute resolution among low wage non-union workers: Does managerially initiated workplace voice enhance equity and efficiency?’ British Journal of Industrial Relations, 52(2): 359 – 386. (4 ABS List).

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