Rob Briner, professor of organisational psychology, School of Management, Queen Mary University of London
HR Magazine, September 16, 2015
As a professor at the Queen Mary University of London’s School of Management, Rob Briner is particularly interested in the reciprocal relationships between work conditions, psychological wellbeing and behaviours.
Rob Briner’s other work-related research areas include ‘the psychological contract’, ethnicity, absence, work-nonwork relationships, and food and organisations.
He is also involved in several initiatives around evidence-based management, including the Center for Evidence-Based Management, which seek to identify ways of increasing the use of evidence of various kinds (including academic research) in management practice.
Briner has supervised PhD students in areas ranging from work absence to emotional labour.
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