Christina Cregan holds a doctorate from the London School of Economics. Her research interests focus on disadvantaged groups in the labour market and trade union organising.
She has published widely in international journals including Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Communication Research and Archives of Sexual Behavior. She has been a visiting academic at institutions including Cornell University, UCLA, London School of Economics, and the University of Oxford. She has served on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Journal and Journal of Management. She has been awarded the Faculty of Business & Economics Prize for Exceptional Distinction in Research. Current research interests include people with disabilities, Aboriginal peoples, mature-age workers and layoff survivors.
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The influence of calculative (“hard”) and collaborative (“soft”) HRM on the layoff-perform..
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Benefit of the doubt: the buffering influence of normative contracts on the breach–workplace performance relationship
C Cregan, Carol T Kulik, Maria Metz, Michelle Brown
Journal article | 2020 | International Journal of Human Resource Management
This study investigates the influence of employees' perception of managerial breach of the normative relational contract (i.e. the..
The influence of calculative (“hard”) and collaborative (“soft”) HRM on the layoff-performance relationship in high performance workplaces
C Cregan, CT Kulik, S Johnston, T Bartram
Journal article | 2020 | Human Resource Management Journal
We investigate the effect of employment systems on the layoff-performance relationship. We construct a typology of two types of HP..
Inside the black box: an investigation of non-executive director activity through the lens of dynamic capability
Conan L Hom, Daniel Samson, Peter B Cebon, Christina Cregan
Journal article | 2020 | Asia Pacific Journal of Management
Through a dynamic capability lens, we investigate the activities of non-executive directors (NEDs) of Anglo-American one-tiered co..
Caring for aged people: The influence of personal resilience and workplace climate on ‘doing good’ and ‘feeling good'
C Cregan, Nicola McNeil, Jule Ellis, Tom Bartram, Fang Lee Cooke
Journal article | 2019 | Journal of Advanced Nursing
Aims This study examines the impact of personal resilience on the well‐being of care workers and how perceptions of the quality of..
High Performance Work Practices, Collective Quits and Workplace Cynicism
Maria Metz, Michelle Brown, Christina Cregan
Conference Proceedings | 2018 | Academy of Management Proceedings
HR practices are intended to influence employee and organizational performance, including the level of employee quits. We examine ..
The benefits of being understood: The role of ethnic identity confirmation in knowledge acquisition by expatriates
X Fan, C CREGAN, AW Harzing, T Köhler
Journal article | 2018 | Human Resource Management
In this article, we propose that the concept of ethnic identity confirmation (EIC), the level of agreement between how expatriates..
High Performance Work Practices and Collective Quits: The Moderating Role of Workplace Cynicism
Maria Metz, Michelle Brown, Christina Cregan, Carol KULIK
Conference Proceedings | 2017
HR practices are intended to influence employee and organisational performance, including the level of employee quits. We examine ..
A blueprint for union revival? Strategy and structure in a successful organising union
J TIERNEY, C Cregan
Journal article | 2013 | E-Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies
An intensive case study of the Australian Nursing Federation (Victorian Branch) was conducted from October to December, 2009. Inte..
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Doctor of Philosophy
University of London
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
University of Leeds
Graduate Diploma in Education
University of Oxford
Master of Science (Econ)
University of London