Posted: 7 April 2014
Women are increasingly taking up mainstream roles in the military. In parallel, allegations of the sexually abusive treatment of servicewomen are widespread in the UK and around the world. Joanne Mackowski, a PhD student as part of the Business School partnership with the Royal United Services Institute, researches defence change and gender issues.
Joanne recently appeared on France24's, The 51% programme, which examined how, for many French servicewomen, it is the 'barracks not the battlefield' that became their personal warzone. On the programme, Joanne talks through the key elements of this issue, including the need for decisive leadership to instigate policies and entrench practices that demonstrate the unacceptability of such behaviours.
The programme segment can be viewed here.
Roehampton’s BSc in Human Resource Management recognised with professional accreditation
The University's BSc in Human Resource Management (HRM) has been awarded a professional accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the professional body for HR and people development.
Posted: 31 October 2017
Roehampton Business School academic shortlisted for Global Equality & Diversity Award
Professor Carole Elliott’s research on Challenging Gendered Media Mis(s)representations of Women Professionals and Leaders has been nominated for the Global Equality & Diversity Awards (GED) Research Award.
Posted: 23 October 2017
Roehampton Business Professor launches Routledge Companion
Professor Elaine Harris both contributed to and edited the Routledge Companion to Performance Management and Control which was comprised of research undertaken by over 50 experts.
Posted: 22 September 2017