Dr Jenny K Rodriguez

Senior Lecturer in Employment Studies

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Research interests

Dr Rodriguez's research falls within two broad areas: gender and organization, and international human resource management. Her work explores intersectional inequality in work and organisations, recently focusing on intersectional inequality from a transnational feminist perspective; and the interplay between identity, work and regulation, specifically looking at the experiences of transnational skilled migrants. Dr Rodriguez's published work has reported on these issues in Latin America, the Hispanic Caribbean and the Middle East, and she has guest-edited journal special issues on employment relations, migration and geographical mobility (Employee Relations, 2012); the theory and practice of intersectionality in work and organisations (Gender, Work and Organization, 2016); regulation of work and employment: advancing theory and research in international and comparative human resource management (International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2017), workplace regulation, employment and the State (Employee Relations, 2017), and women, work and management in the Middle East (Gender in Management, 2018). Dr Rodriguez was principal investigator of the ESRC Seminar Series 'Regulation of Work and Employment: Towards a multidisciplinary, multilevel framework' (2013-2015 - regulationseminars.org.uk).


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