Dr Glynne Williams
associate professor, school of business, University of Leicester

Glynne Williams teaches employment relations at the University of Leicester School of business, where he is is associate professor and head of the Work and Employment Division. His recent research has examined the changing concepts of fairness and equality in employment. Examples include the impact of age-equality legislation on the management of older workers and the ‘meritocratic’ justification for continuous performance monitoring. His next project will consider the current vogue for ‘universal basic income’ and what this tells us about our ambitions as workers, trade unions and as a society.

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