BA (Hons) (University of Delhi), MSc (The University of Nottingham), MA (The University of Nottingham), PhD (The University of Nottingham), PGCHE (Nottingham)
Professor of Sustainable Work and DevelopmentDepartment: Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource ManagementCentre/Institute: WEORGE-mail: Aditya.Jain@nottingham.ac.ukTel:
+44 (0) 115 8283033Location:
C40 (North Building, Jubilee Campus)
Professor Aditya Jain is Professor of Sustainable Work and Development at the Nottingham University Business School, and until recently was Director of Strategy and Planning at the University of Nottingham. He is a member of the International Standards Organization's 'Health & Safety Management Systems Committee', 'British Standards Human Resource Management Committee', Associate Editor of 'Safety Science' and the Finance Director of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology. He holds a BA(Hons) in Psychology from the University of Delhi and three postgraduate degrees from the University of Nottingham: a MSc in Work and Organisational Psychology, a MA in Public Policy and a PhD in Applied Psychology.
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Doctoral Research Supervision:
I am currently supervising five doctoral students
Aditya's expertise lies in maximising organisational productivity, quality, innovation and workers' wellbeing, all of which are linked to the way work is designed and the way in which organisations are managed. His research has focused on the management of psychosocial factors at work and the translation of occupational health and safety knowledge into policy and practice. He also has a keen interest in the role of business in society, particularly in the relationship between labour law, social policy and the management of the employment relationship, business responsibility and sustainable development. His work has also focused on examining the role of softer forms of policy, such as voluntary standards and social dialogue in the management of working conditions, the promotion of decent work and more recently on lifelong learning and the future of work. Aditya has worked on several projects, funded by the European Commission, its agencies and charities such as the British Council and the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, which have focused on the management of psychosocial risks and work-related stress as well as the promotion of wellbeing and mental health at the workplace.
Aditya is currently supervising the following Research Students:
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