Title: LECTURER IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
Location Address & Room No: FACULTY OF BUSINESS, AUNGIER ST.
Room No: 3020
Qualifications: Ph.D. - F.C.I.P.D. - M.B.S. – B.COMM.
Teaching Interests: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
Research Interests: Extensive range of research interests and publications in the area of HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEE RELATIONS (see Biographical Note below)
DR. GERARD McMAHON B.Comm., M.B.S., F.C.I.P.D., M.I.I.T.D.
Gerry McMahon is acknowledged as a national expert in the area of People Management and Employee Relations. He has over 25 years experience working as a practitioner and presenter cum lecturer in this area, and in the field of Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations across a host of reputable public and private sector, 3rd level educational and academic institutions. He has also got extensive experience working as a consultant, trainer, practitioner, facilitator and arbitrator on behalf of a wide range of public sector enterprises, semi-state entities, blue chip companies, professional institutes, trade unions and employer organisations. In addition to his work as a lecturer in Human Resource Management at the College of Business, Dublin Institute of Technology, he works as the lead presenter on a number of practitioner-oriented programmes run by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (C.I.P.D.).
Gerry has had a vast range of books and articles published across a host of reputable media (from the pure academic to the more ‘popular’ publications), in his specialist areas. He has also been a frequent columnist with THE IRISH TIMES, the SUNDAY BUSINESS POST, the INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS NEWS and the C.I.P.D.’s PEOPLE FOCUS journal. He also serves as an expert commentator for Radio Telefis Eireann and TV3 in the aforementioned areas and as a member of the C.I.P.D.’s Adjudication Board for the ‘National Learning & Development’ and the ‘Excellence in Human Resource Management’ Awards and of the ‘H.R. Leaders’ Forum’.