associate professor, University of Leicester School of Business
Glynne is associate professor in employment relations and head of the Work and Employment Division at the University of Leicester Business School. Glynne is interested in the changing meaning of fairness and merit in working life. Recent research has included the impact of continuous performance management, the ‘Millennial’ employee in management thinking, and the unintended consequences of age equality legislation. He is currently writing about the resurgence in support for a ‘universal basic income’ on the left.