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Dr Juliet Kele

Lecturer

Department: Newcastle Business School

Juliet Kele

My research interests include gender, ethnicity, social class and how these correlate with (in)equalities in work, economies and societies. I am passionate about conducting research on equality, diversity and inclusion and specifically, using intersectionality to advance our understanding of inequalities and power relations. I am also interested in the creation and structure of organisational cultures, especially within SMEs. 

 

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Intersectional identities and career progression in retail: the experiences of minority-ethnic women, Kele, J., Cassell, C., Ford, J., Watson, K. 25 Mar 2022, In: Gender, Work and Organization
  • The face of the firm: the impact of employer branding on diversity, Kele, J., Cassell, C. 24 Mar 2022, In: British Journal of Management
  • Understanding inclusion in the retail industry: incorporating the majority perspective, Cassell, C., Watson, K., Ford, J., Kele, J. 11 Mar 2022, In: Personnel Review
  • Managing Diversity and Inclusion, Cassell, C., Kele, J. 28 Jun 2021, Contemporary Human Resource Management: Text and Cases, Thousand Oaks, CA, SAGE
  • Beyond Agenda 2030: Future-Oriented Mechanisms in Localising the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Bonsu, N., TyreeHageman, J., Kele, J. 24 Nov 2020, In: Sustainability

  • Human Resource Management PhD March 05 2018
  • Member British Academy of Management (BAM) 2021


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