Professor Michael J. Gill

Tutorial Fellow in Management

Michael received his doctorate from Jesus College, University of Oxford, having been funded by a scholarship from the Centre for Professional Service Firms. He went on to join the University of Bath’s School of Management as an Assistant then Associate Professor. Following this, he returned to Oxford, where he joined the Saïd Business School and St Edmund Hall.

Prior to starting his academic career, Michael worked in sales and marketing management positions for FMCG companies Unilever and PepsiCo, across a range of brands. He also worked at Kearney as a senior consultant, focusing on organisational redesign and manufacturing optimisation.

Michael’s research focuses on the causes and consequences of individuals’ suffering in the workplace, complemented by his interest in qualitative research methods. His studies have explored how organizations can threaten workers’ mental health and damage their subjective sense of self across different occupational groups including accountants, elite chefs, lawyers, management consultants, medical doctors, nurses, and police officers.

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Economics and Management

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