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School of Business and Management

Richard Meredith


Teaching Fellow



Richard is a member of the Centre for Research on Employment and Work at the University of Greenwich and DWP External Research Committee. His research interest is employers' motives for recruiting the long-term unemployed, particularly in the case of the UK. He has 24 years of public sector experience (including the UK Public Employment Service) and 17 years of industry experience in employer intermediary services (including Business Link and Train to Gain).



  • BUS320: Employment Relations


  • BUSM117: Risk and Crisis Management



McGurk, P., Meredith, R., 2022. Who are the engaged employers? Strategic entry-level resourcing, in: Ingold, J., McGurk, P. (Eds.), Employer Engagement - Making Active Labour Market Policies Work. Bristol University Press. Publication status Accepted/In press – 28 February 2022

McGurk, P., Meredith, R., 2018. Local employer engagement or distant elites? Local enterprise partnerships and employment and skills in England. Journal of Education and Work 31, 692 - 714.

Meredith, R., 2020a. Society needs a new economic bargain – this is our chance [WWW Document]. Regent’s University London. URL (accessed 4.27.20).

Meredith, R., 2020b. Successful COVID-19 pivot: A satisficing teaching plan for distance learning (No. RWP2002), Regent’s Working Paper Series. Regent’s University London, London. 

Meredith, R., 2019. Transformative learning: Turnitin assessment text as a new data source for learning analytics. 

Meredith, R., 2015. Draft proposal for workshop about the emotion of PhD research. 

Meredith, R., Allen, J., 2013. Universities in the Global Marketplace.

Meredith, R.E., 2020. Thematic analysis of individual feedback: Improving cohort feedforward. Compass: Journal of Learning and Teaching; Vol 13, No 1 (2020). 

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