LUMS in the news: recent media coverage

Beware agile working’s charms, which can conceal contradictions 30/06/16

Beware agile working’s charms, which can conceal contradictions

Lancaster University research on flexible working is quoted in this piece in the Financial Times. 

View the article on the Financial Times website
Professor of Economics Geraint Johnes on situation after Brexit 28/06/16

Professor of Economics Geraint Johnes on situation after Brexit

Economist Geraint Johnes discusses the options which the UK faces after the EU Referendum on TRT World.

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Spotlight on sustainable packaging 16/06/16

Spotlight on sustainable packaging

Marketing academics Gillian Hopkinson and James Cronin are quoted in an article on sustainable packaging.

View the article on the Raconteur website
Women’s job satisfaction drops to same level as men 13/06/16

Women’s job satisfaction drops to same level as men

Research by LUMS academics reveals that modern women expect more from their workplaces than those in the early 90s.

View the article on The Scotsman website
Joint reports suggest peer support could boost disabled people’s employment prospects 31/05/16

Joint reports suggest peer support could boost disabled people’s employment prospects

Peer to peer support or mentoring should have a stronger role in government work programmes, according to two studies by Disability Rights UK (DRUK) and The Work Foundation.

View the article on the main Lancaster University website
Number of UK 'Neets' increases for second consecutive quarter 27/05/16

Number of UK 'Neets' increases for second consecutive quarter

The Work Foundation's Ian Brinkley discusses a rise in the number of young people not in education or employment. 

View the article on The Guardian website