|Associate Professor in Human Resource Management in the Business School||MHL 508||+44 (0) 191 33 45381|
|Fellow of the Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing|
Peter's main research interests focus around the issue of discourse and rhetoric within the processes of employment relations and human resource management.
- Employment relations
- language and persuasion in the workplace
- equality and diversity
Chapter in book
- Hamilton, P.M. (2018). Ethics of Persuasion. In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society. Kolb, R.T. Sage. 1261-1264.
- Hamilton, P.M. (2018). Uses of Rhetoric. In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society. Kolb, R.T. Sage. 2951-2953.
- Hamilton, P.M. (2018). Synecdoche: Another Ubiquitous and Everyday Trope. In Handbook of Organizational Rhetoric and Communication: Foundations of Dialogue, Discourse, Narrative and Engagement. Ihlen, O. & Heath, R.L. Wiley-Blackwell. 257-268.
- Hamilton, P. (2018). Rhetoric. In The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Business and Management Research Methods: Methods and Challenges. Cassell, C., Cunliffe, A. & Grandy, G. London: Sage. 2: 47-62.
- Hamilton, P. (2011). Human Resource Management. In The Essential MBA. Miller, S. London: Sage. 59-80.
- Hamilton, P.M. (2005). The mission statement as epideictic rhetoric. In Organization and Identity. Pullen, A. and Linstead, S. Routledge. 162-181.
- Hamilton, Peter, Harness, Oonagh & Griffin, Martyn (2022). Life during furlough: Challenges to dignity from a changed employment status. Industrial Relations Journal 53(6): 523-544.
- Hamilton, Peter, Redman, Tom & McMurray, Robert (2019). ‘Lower than a Snake’s Belly’ Discursive Constructions of Dignity and Heroism in Low-Status Garbage Work. Journal of Business Ethics 156(4): 889–901.
- Aldrich, P., Dietz, G., Clark, T. & Hamilton, P. (2015). Establishing HR Professionals’ Influence and Credibility: Lessons from the Capital Markets and Investment Banking Sector. Human Resource Management 54(1): 105-130.
- Redman, T., Hamilton, P., Malloch, H. & Kleymann, B. (2011). Working here makes me sick! The consequences of sick building syndrome. Human Resource Management Journal 21(1): 14-27.
- Redman, T., Snape, E., Wass, J. & Hamilton, P. (2007). Evaluating the human resource shared services model: Evidence from the NHS. International Journal of Human Resource Management 18(8): 1486-1506.
- Hamilton, P.M. (2004). Regeneration, rhetoric and the NHS: The case of 'the vital connection'. International Journal of Public Sector Management 17(1): 8-23.
- Hamilton, P. M. (2003). The saliency of synecdoche: The part and the whole of employment relations. Journal of Management Studies 40(7): 1569-1585.
- Hamilton, P.M. (2003). The 'vital connection': A rhetoric on equality. Personnel Review 32(6): 694-710.
- Hamilton, P.M. & Redman, T. (2003). The rhetoric of modernization and the Labour Government's pay agenda. Public Money and Management 23(4): 223-228.
- Hamilton, P. M. (2001). Rhetoric and employment relations. British Journal of Industrial Relations 39(3): 433-449.
- Hamilton, P.M. (2000). Attaining agreement: a rhetorical analysis of an NHS negotiation. International Journal of Public Sector Management 13(3): 285-300.
- Hamilton, P.M. (1999). Persuasion and industrial relations. Industrial Relations Journal 30(2): 166-176.
- Hamilton, P.M. (1998). Implementing local pay: rhetorically analysing irritation. Personnel Review 27(6): 433-447.
- Hamilton, P.M. (1997). The rhetorical discourse of local pay. Organization 4(2): 229-254.
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