start of page content

Professor Jeff Hyman

Professor Jeff Hyman

BA (Hons), MA, MCIPD

Emeritus Professor of Human Resource Management


Jeff Hyman has occupied full-time academic positions at Strathclyde University and as Professor of Management at the University of Aberdeen, where he is now Emeritus Professor of Management. His main research and teaching interests are in employee participation, the future of work and work-life balance. He continues to teach employment-related subjects at universities in Scotland and is visiting professor to the University of Tianjin in the People's Republic of China.

Jeff is a regular contributor to taught postgraduate teaching in the School of Management, including MN5481 Masterclasses in Human Resource Management.

Employee voice and participation - cover‌Selected pubications


Hyman J (2018), Employee voice and participation: Contested past, troubled present, uncertain future, Routledge

Baldry C, Bain P, Taylor P, Hyman J et al ( 2007), The Meaning of Work in the New Economy, Palgrave

Harley B , Hyman J and Thompson P (eds, 2005), Participation and Democracy at Work, Palgrave

Chapters in books

Hyman J and Marks A (2008), "Frustrated ambitions: The reality of balancing work and life for call centre employees", in C Warhurst, D Eikhof and A Haunschild, Work Less, Live More, Palgrave

Hyman J (2008), "Financial Participation" in J White and J Druker eds, Reward Management: A Critical Text, 2nd edn, Routledge

Refereed journals

Hyman J, Scholarios D and Baldry C, "Getting on or getting by? Employee flexibility and coping strategies for home and work", (2005) Work, Employment and Society Vol 19 No 4