Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management
Employment Relations and Human Resource Management Faculty Group
On Sabbatical leave for Lent term 2015-16
Dr Jonathan E. Booth joined the department in August 2009. He received his PhD in human resources and industrial relations at the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management. Prior to pursuing his PhD, he was a consultant in information technology, change management, and training development for firms such as Intel, Marriott International, and Wells Fargo. He also has a BS in business administration from Georgetown University, Washington, DC.
Dr Booth has taught courses in the areas of human resources, organisational behaviour, dispute resolution, and labour relations.
Workplace aggression and victimisation:
Cognitive and emotional appraisals and coping processes
Role of core-self evaluations
Leadership, team, and organisational structure influences
Conflict management, dispute resolution and arbitral decision making
Union membership and participation, youth-adult differences, and never-membership
Corporate social responsibility and employee volunteer programmes
Complete list of publications