Yr Athro Edmund Heery

Professor Edmund Heery

Professor of Employment Relations

Cardiff Business School

Email:
heery@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 2087 4919
Location:
E07, Aberconway Building, Rhodfa Colum, Cathays, Caerdydd, CF10 3EU

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Edmund Heery is Professor of Employment Relations at Cardiff Business School and currently is Associate Dean with responsibility for human resources.

Edmund has been at Cardiff Business School since 1995 and before then worked at Kingston University, Imperial College, City University, the London School of Economics and North East London Polytechnic.

Originally from Liverpool, Edmund was educated at the University of Cambridge, Essex University and the London School of Economics.

Edmund Heery has been an advisor to the UK’s central trade union organisation, the Trades Union Congress and has provided numerous reports and given numerous talks and seminars to UK trade union audiences. He has also undertaken research work for Amnesty International UK and the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service.

Edmund’s academic engagement includes membership of the British Universities Industrial Relations Association and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. He also serves on several editorial boards, including those of the British Journal of Industrial Relations, Journal of Industrial Relations, Labor Studies Journal, Economic and Labour Relations Review, and Work and Occupations.

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

  • Heery, E. J., Abbott, B. and Williams, S. 2014. Civil society organizations and employee voice. In: Wilkinson, A. et al. eds. Handbook of Research on Employee Voice. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 208-223.
  • Hauptmeier, M. and Heery, E. J. 2014. Ideas at work. The International Journal of Human Resource Management 25(18), pp. 2473-2488. pdf

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2001

2000

  • Heery, E. J. and Salmon, J. 2000. The insecurity thesis. In: Heery, E. J. and Salmon, J. eds. The Insecure Workforce. Routledge Studies in Employment Relations London: Routledge, pp. 1-24.

Teaching commitments

  • MBA core module in Human Resource Management
  • PhD supervision

PhD supervision research interests

  • Human resource management
  • Industrial relations