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Hugh Bainbridge

  • PhD
  • Senior Lecturer
  • University of New South Wales
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Dr. Hugh T.J. Bainbridge is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Management, UNSW Australia Business School. He holds a BCom(Hons) and a PhD in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour from the University of Melbourne. Hugh’s research interests focus on workforce diversity with a specialisation on employees who, in addition to their job, also provide informal unpaid care to family members with disabilities. The current emphasis of his work is on eldercare, the work-caregiving interface, and how line managers and HR specialists can improve the workforce experience of employees with caregiving responsibilities and the people they care for. His research is published in a variety of outlets including the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Human Resource Management.

Recent publications

  • Working fathers: determinants of time allocation to work and family roles

    • Mandy Fong M
    • Bainbridge H
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  • HR and the line: The distribution of HR activities in Australian organisations

    • Kulik C
    • Bainbridge H
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Professional experience

Senior Lecturer

University of New South Wales

July 2007 - Present

Co-authors (9)

  • Shreyashi Chakraborty
  • Karin Sanders

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