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Lilian Otaye-Ebede, Vincenza Priola & Elaine Yerby

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    Lilian Otaye-Ebede is a Senior Lecturer in HRM-Research with Liverpool Business School, UK, holding a PhD in Management from Aston University. Her research interests are in the areas of strategic HRM, employee relations, diversity management, international HRM and employee well-being. She has published academic papers in world leading journals and has extensively presented her research. She is currently an Editorial Board Member of the Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, an Associate Member of the Higher Education Academy (AHEA) and an Academic Member of the CIPD.

    Vincenza (Cinzia) Priola is a Senior Lecturer in Organisation Studies at the Open University in the UK. Her interests focus mainly on how organisational practices affect the ways in which employees experience work. Her research concerns issues of employee and managerial identities, gender, sexuality and diversity in the workplace and how the concepts of brand and branding are experienced within organisations. Her book: Branded Lives: The Production and Consumption of Meaning at Work (co-edited with Matthew Brannan and Elisabeth Parsons) is published by Edward Elgar. Her latest work has been published in Organization Studies, British Journal of Management and Gender, Work and Organization. She is an Associate Editor of the journal Gender, Work and Organization.

    Elaine Yerby is a Senior Lecturer in HRM at the University of East London and leads a variety of strategic HRM modules. She is a Chartered Member of the CIPD and is Vice Chair of the East London CIPD Branch. Her research interests focus on the role of gender in careers and managerial practice, diversity in the workplace and the relationship between HRM and organisational development.

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