Professor Janet Walsh
Professor in Human Resource Management
Janet‘s principal research focuses on the areas of organisational flexibility, particularly non-standard and outsourced employees; working-time, gender and the work-family interface; front-line service work and call centres, and the HRM practices of multinational corporations. She has studied the temporal and organisational experiences of part-time employees and analysed the factors associated with work-life conflict among female and male hospital doctors. In addition, she is engaged in research on part-time employment and performance, as well as a comparative study of work relationships in call centres in the UK, the US and Australia. Janet is also currently researching gender, diversity and career development within the legal profession.
Work Life Balance
HRM practices of multinationals
Part-time employment and performance
Work relationships in call centres