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Dr Hayley German

PositionLecturer in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour
LocationCartwright Building 1.26
DepartmentSchool of Management
Telephone+44 (0)1274 234340

Research Interests (key words only)

Organisational justice, Fairness, Motivation, Leadership, Power

PhD Supervision

Currently supervising two PhD students investigating graduate employment in Jordan, and pay satisfaction in GCC countries.

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

Hayley has taught at undergraduate and postgraduate levels at the London School of Economics before joining University of Bradford School of Management.

Her areas of teaching include:

  • Developing skills for business leadership
  • Human resource management
  • Managing people
  • Negotiation skills
  • Organisational behaviour
  • Organisational change
  • Research methods

Administrative Responsibilities

BSc HRM Programme Leader


Hayley joined the School in September 2016 following her post as a Fellow in Management at the London School of Economics. Hayley completed her PhD in Organizational Behaviour at Durham University Business School. She then moved to Portugal as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Catolica Lisbon School of Business and Economics. Whilst at the London School of Economics she gained a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Study History

  • BA (Hons) (Durham)
  • MA (Durham)
  • PhD (Durham)
  • PGCert HE (LSE)

Research Areas

Hayley's research focuses primarily on organizational justice, and the determinants of justice perceptions in the workplace and their evolution over time. She also has ongoing research in the areas of leadership and power.


Journal articles

Fortin, M., Cojuharenco, I., Patient, D., & German, H. (2014). It’s time for Justice: How time changes what we know about justice judgments and justice effects. Journal of Organizational Behavior, IRIOP Annual Review Issue, 37(1), 30-56.

German, H., Fortin, M., & Read, D. (2016). Justice judgments: Individual self-insight and between- and within-person consistency. Academy of Management Discoveries, 2(1), 33-50.

Book chapters

Cojuharenco, I., Fortin, M., & German, H. (2014). Time and justice. In A. Shipp & Y. Fried (Eds.), Time and Work Vol. 1, Current Issues in Work and Organizational Psychology Series, 86(3): 371-393.

Patient, D. L., & German, H. (2012). Task-Relevant Justice: Receiving the resources to get the job done, In, Neider, L. L., Schriesheim, C. A. (Eds.), Research in Management: Perspectives on Justice and Trust in Organizations, Information Age Publishing Inc: USA.

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