BiographyTony Dundon is Professor of HRM and Employment Relations, Department of Work & Employment Studies in the Kemmy Business School. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (FAcSS); Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (FCIPD); former Chief Examiner for the CIPD; and was Editor-in-Chief of the Human Resource Management Journal (HRMJ). He is Visiting Professor at the Work & Equalities Institute, The University of Manchester; Honorary Visiting Professor at St Andrews University Management School, Scotland, and previously Head of Management at NUI Galway. His research has been published in journals such as: Human Relations, Organizational Research Methods, British Journal of Management, Work Employment & Society, International Journal of HRM (among other). Recent books include: HRM: Texts & Cases (6e, Sage, 2021); Handbook of Research on Employee Voice, 2e (2020, Edward Elgar);Case Studies in Work, Employment and Human Resource Management (2020); A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book about Employment Relations (2017, Sage); Routledge Companion of Employment Relations (2018).
A selection of media/press commentary from Professor Dundon include: A new fair work agenda for Ireland post-Covid' (Irish Times); Automation and the Myth of the End of Work' (The Conversation); Strikes are a natural consequence of a market environment' (Irish Times); Why talent management became a business obsession' (RTÉ Brainstorm); 'What's the point of a business school' (Irish Times); and policy briefings on Gig-Work'; Artificial Intelligence and Robotics'; Irish trade union resilience amidst austerity'.
Research InterestsTony's research interests include aspects of employment regulation and work equalities: employee voice; worker silence; trade union organisation; gig-economy work; technology and digital work platforms; HRM & organisational performance; labour migration.
- 2016 - Teresa Brannick Award (with B Harney)
- 2010 - President's Award for Teaching and Learning Excellence
- 2006 - Literati Paper Award (with M. Marchington, A. Wilkinson, P. Ackers)
- 2013 Fellow, Academy of Social Sciences (FAcSS)
- 2003 Member, Irish Association for Industrial Relations
- 2001 Member, Irish Academy of Management (IAM)
- 2000 Member, British Academy of Management (BAM)
- 1999 Member, Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA)
- 1997 Fellow, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
- 1997 Member, British Universities Industrial Relations Association (BUIRA)
- 2013 Irish Government Apprenticeship Commission , Member of Government Commission (Republic of Ireland) to review and revise occupations and skills for apprenticeship training and qualifications
- 2004 Irish Academy of Management (IAM) ,
- 2003 Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA),
- Visiting Professor: Work & Equalities Institute (WEI), Alliance Manchester Business School, UK
- Honorary Visiting Professor: University of St Andrews Management School, Scotland