Dr Nicholas Jephson

Teaching Fellow

I have been teaching at Leeds University Business School since August 2014, following successful completion of my PhD. My doctoral thesis focused on the increasing utilisation of non-graduate trainees by professional service firms. My current research interests span two main foci: the sociology of the professions and the trainee labour process. My current research interests are the labour process and job satisfaction of NHS workers.

My teaching focuses on equality and diversity, which I teach at master’s level, and also in research methodology: principally case-based research and qualitative data analysis. I am programme director for the undergraduate programmes parented by the Work + Employment Relations Division, and act as personal tutor to over 30 undergraduate and postgraduate students per year. I possess a keen interest in pedagogical developments in business school teaching and am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Teaching

LUBS1080: Personal Tutorials for Human Resource Management
LUBS1585: Economic Institutions (Industry)
LUBS2885: HRM Research Practice and Personal Tutorials
LUBS3065: Controversies in Employment Relations
LUBS5307M: HRM Research Methods and Practice
LUBS5330M: Human Resource Management
LUBS3001/5360: Gender and Equality at Work in Comparative Perspective
LUBS5365: Diversity Management

Contact and CV

Email: N.J.Jephson@leeds.ac.uk 

Tel: +44 (0)113 343 0559

Location: Maurice Keyworth Building G.42

Curriculum Vitae