Podcast: Intersectional identities and career progression in retail

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Kathryn Watson and Juliet Kele

Dr Kathryn Watson is joined by Dr Juliet Kele (Northumbria University) to discuss their paper on intersectional identities and career progression in retail, focusing on the experiences of minority ethnic women. 

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This podcast episode was recorded remotely in March 2022. If you would like to get in touch regarding this podcast, please contact research.lubs@leeds.ac.uk. A transcript of this episode is available. 

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About the speakers

Dr Kathryn Watson is Faculty Research Impact Manager at Leeds University Business School. Her areas of expertise are: Diversity & Inclusion, career progression & development, organisational change, the retail sector, and action research. 

Dr Juliet Kele is a lecturer in leadership and HRM at Northumbria University. Her research interests include: gender, ethnicity, social class and how these correlate with (in)equalities in work, economies and societies. 

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