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LUMS professor voted top HR thinker 29/09/14

LUMS professor voted top HR thinker

Professor Cary Cooper has been voted HR Magazine’s Most Influential UK Thinker 2014.

Is freelancing a lonely business? 25/07/14

Is freelancing a lonely business?

Professor Cary Cooper is quoted in the Guardian’s Work Blog. “The downside of working from home is the lack of social interaction,” says Cooper.

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No room for workplace complacency despite 'green shoots' 18/07/14

No room for workplace complacency despite 'green shoots'

With UK sickness absence at an all-time low of 2.1%, Cary Cooper says it’s time for employers to tackle the culture of ‘presenteeism’.

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Professor Cary Cooper awarded knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 16/06/14

Professor Cary Cooper awarded knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours

Cary Cooper, Distinguished Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health at LUMS, has been knighted for his services to social science.

Engaging with employees will keep your competitive edge 05/06/14

Engaging with employees will keep your competitive edge

Cary Cooper encourages employers to be enterprising, innovative and forward-thinking in their search for graduate talent.

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HR Review: 'Rise in home-working fuelled by desire to take control of work/life balance' 27/05/14

HR Review: 'Rise in home-working fuelled by desire to take control of work/life balance'

Companies that embrace flexible working, overcoming initial mistrust, often have stronger relationships with their staff, says Professor Cary Cooper, as a new study reveals the daily 9-5 is being redefined.

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