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Derya Ozdemir Kaya

Research Fellow


Research Interests

Affective labour, care, future of work, psychosocial studies

Organisation & HRM

Email:  /  Tel: 024 765 22601  /  Room: 2.134

Biography

Derya is a research fellow and associate lecturer at the OHRM division. She held research posts in teams investigating whistleblowing and domestic abuse services. Her PhD thesis explores the ethos of love for one's job and affective labour under post-Fordism drawing on a multi-sited psychosocial ethnography of the Turkish fine-dining sector. Following her PhD, she studied digitalisation of affective labour during COVID19 with funding from the Productivity and the Futures of Work GRP at Warwick. She is currently working on the ESRC-funded project 'Understanding the financial impact of COVID-19 on the UK care home sector - implications for businesses and the workforce (FICCH)'.

Publications

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Reports

  • Fotaki, M., Kenny, K., Vandekerckhove, W., Juang Humantito, I. and Özdemir Kaya, D. D. (2017) "Designing and implementing effective speak-up arrangements "
  • Vandekerckhove, W., Fotaki, M., Kenny, K., Humantito, I. J. and Özdemir Kaya, D. D. (2016) "Effective speak-up arrangements for whistle-blowers : a multi-case study on the role of responsiveness, trust and culture"
  • Vandekerckhove, W., Fotaki, M., Kenny, K., Humantito, I. J. and Özdemir Kaya, D. D. (2016) "Effective speak-up arrangements for whistle-blowers : recommendations for Directors "
  • Derya Ozdemir Kaya (2016) "Effective speak-up arrangements for whistle-blowers : recommendations for Managers"
  • Fotaki, M., Özdemir Kaya, D. D. and Brackley, J. (2016) "Adopting a sustainable, cost-effective and integrated approach to domestic abuse in Northampton"

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