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Senior Teaching Fellow, Aston Business School. (March 7, 2018 – To Date)
Senior Lecturer, Birmingham City University. (September 2009 - March 2018)
Part-time Lecturer, University of Derby. (September 1994 - December 1996)
Professional Industry Roles
HR Business Partner, Big Lottery Fund. (November 2006 - November 2009)
HR Manager, Selfridges & Co - Birmingham. (July 2003 - July 2006)
Human Resource Advisor, Interserve Fm Ltd. (August 2000 - August 2003)
Salh, S., Bailey, D., Hearne, D., Li, D., Shishank, S., de Rutyer, A. and Ali, S. (2019). Brexit and the Auto industry: Understanding the issues for supply chain management. In: A. de Rutyer and B. Nielsen, ed., Brexit Negotiations After Article 50: Assessing Process, Progress and Impact., 1st ed. Emerald.
Harris, S., Singh, K. and Salh, S. (2018). Catalysing Change: Development of Higher Education International Leadership. LFHE.
Salh, S (2018) "The BBC Coventry & Warwickshire radio interview 9.00am show Monday 17th September. 2018.
Salh, S (2018) "interview for BBC WM Danny Kelly show at 9.00am. ‘issue of visa charges for UK citizens being imposed by Brussels. 9.00am. 22nd June 2018
Salh, S., (2018) "The BBC Coventry & Warwickshire radio interview on the Phil Upton show, 5pm" Brexit reaction to Jeremey Corbyn, February 26th 2018.
Salh, S., (2017) "The BBC WM interview on the Danny Kelly show"; Brexit and West Midlands, March 29th 2017.
Salh, S., (2017 "The BBC Coventry and Warwickshire radio interview on the Trish Adudu show"; Brexit and West Midlands, March 29th 2017.
Salh, S., (2017), "Employment issues - Post Brexit", Brexit Centre for Studies Opening Conference; January 26th 2017.
Salh, S., Nyfoudi, M. and De Ruyter, A. (2017) ‘Future Regulation of the UK Workforce’, in Bailey, D. and Budd, L. (eds.), The Political Economy of Brexit, Agenda: Newcastle upon Tyne 2017.
Salh, S. (2016, August). Group, role-play and games. Chapter in: Innovative Teaching and Learning Practices in Higher Education. Libri Publishing, Oxford.
Bajwa, S. and Jason-Lloyd, L., 2005. The Legal Framework of the European Union. Routledge.
My current research interests include exploring indivudal career managment, equality and diversity issues in the workplace and employability for under-represented groups. I am also interested in employee relations impact post brexit and the impact on indivudual employment rights. In terms of pedagogic research understanding of learning and teaching practices and examining HEI's focus on impacting outcomes is also an area of interest.
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