Oxford Handbook of Human Resource Management

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Jill Ruberyis Professor of Comparative Employment Systems and head of the
People, Management, and Organization Division of Manchester Business School
and founder and Co-Director of the European Work and Employment Research
Centre (EWERC) at the University of Manchester. Her research is concerned with
the ways in which work and employment systems vary across organizations and
societies and her publications includeThe Organisation of Employment: An Inter-
national Perspective(Palgrave Macmillan) with Damian Grimshaw.

Neal Schmittis Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Psychology at
Michigan State University. He researches in the areas of personnel testing and
selection, job placement, and performance appraisal and his books includeOrgan-
izational Staffing(Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates) with Robert Ployhart and
Benjamin Schneider.

Scott A. Snellis Professor of Human Resource Studies and Director of Executive
Education in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University.
His research focuses on the development and deployment of intellectual capital as a
foundation of an organization’s core competencies and he is the author ofMan-
aging Human Resources(Southwestern Publishing) with G. W. Bohlander.

Lorne M. Sulskyis Professor of Management and Organizational Behavior at
Wilfred Laurier University. His research traverses performance management, train-
ing, and work stress, and he is the co-author with Dr Carlla Smith ofWork Stress
(Wadsworth Publishing).

Juani Swartis a Senior Lecturer and Director of MBA programmes in the School of
Management at the University of Bath. Her research interests include knowledge
management, intellectual capital, and knowledge workers, and she is the co-author
ofUnderstanding the People and Performance Link: Unlocking the Black Box(CIPD)
with John Purcell, Nicholas Kinnie, Sue Hutchinson, and Bruce Rayton.

Paul Thompsonis Professor and Head of the Department of Human Resource
Management at the University of Strathclyde. His research traverses the labor
process, organization theory, and workplace misbehavior and conflict, and he is
the co-editor of the recentOxford Handbook on Work and Organization(Oxford
University Press) with Stephen Ackroyd, Rosemary Batt, and Pamela Tolbert.

Tony Watsonis Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Nottingham University
Business School where he is head of the OB/HRM division. His research is
concerned with organizations, managerial work, strategy-making, entrepreneur-
ship, HRM, and industrial sociology, and his books includeOrganising and Man-
aging Work(Prentice Hall).

Jonathan Wintertonis Professor of Human Resource Development and Director
of Research and International at Toulouse Business School. His research interests
span management development, vocational education and training, social dialog,

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