He is a module leader for a postgraduate module, is part of the teaching team for the Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship programme, and supervises both undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations.
Luke has written and presented work for both academic and practitioner audiences, and currently serves on the Editorial Board for the International Journal of Human Resource Management. He is also a reviewer for Human Relations, Human Resource Development Quarterly, and for the Academy of Management Annual Meetings.
Prior to joining Aston Business School, Luke held a Lectureship position at Brighton Business School, University of Brighton, and before that was a Research Officer for the Institute for Employment Studies.
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Enhancing everyday working life through meaningfulness initiatives in the workplace. Richard Benjamin Memorial Trust; Early Career Research Grant (£9,319). Oct 2015 to Oct 2016
In 2015, the Richard Benjamin Memorial Trust awarded Dr Fletcher a grant to carry out a pilot intervention study on meaningfulness at work. The aim is to understand how facilitating meaningfulness at work, through a personal development initiative, can increase engagement and personal agency at work. The study has been completed and so far a paper will be presented at the 2nd Symposium of Meaningful Work, 1-2 December 2016, at Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand http://www.workresearch.aut.ac.nz/news-and-events/news/all-news/meaningful-work-symposium, and a dissemination event is being hosted by the Institute for Employment Studies on 13 December 2016 in London.
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