|2019|| 'Conflict and Mobilisation Theory'
Ryan, L., Murphy, C., Troy, D. (2019) 'Conflict and Mobilisation Theory' In: Introduction to Theories of Human Resources and Employment Relations. Boston: Elgar Publishing. [Details]
|2017|| 'Zero Hours Work and the Role of the Law in Ireland’'
McMahon, J., O’Sullivan, M., Turner, T., Ryan, L., Lavelle, J., Murphy, C., O’Brien, M. and Gunnigle, P. (2017) (2017) 'Zero Hours Work and the Role of the Law in Ireland’' In: The New Foundations of Labour Law. Frankfurt: Peter Lang Publishing. [Details]
|2018|| 'Human Resource Analytics'
Murphy, C. and McCarthy, J. (2018) 'Human Resource Analytics' In: Human Resource Management. London: Palgrave. [Details]
|2013|| 'Workplace Activists in Union Organising Campaigns: A Critical Resource?'
Murphy, C and Turner, T (2013) 'Workplace Activists in Union Organising Campaigns: A Critical Resource?' In: Are trade unions still relevant?: Union recognition 100 years on. Dublin: Orpen Press. [Details]
|2016|| 'Tripartite responses to the precarious employment of young workers in Europe'
Murphy, C and Simms, M (2016) 'Tripartite responses to the precarious employment of young workers in Europe' In: A Handbook of Age Diversity in the Workplace. UK: Pagrave Publishing. [Details]
|2016|| 'Groups and Teams in the Workplace'
Cross, C and Murphy,C (2016) 'Groups and Teams in the Workplace' In: Organisational Behaviour: An Introduction. UK: Palgrave. [Details]
|2016|| 'Organisational Culture'
McCarthy, J and Murphy C (2016) 'Organisational Culture' In: Organisational Behaviour. UK: Palgrave. [Details]
|2019|| Zero Hours Work in AngloSaxon Countries
O'Sullivan, M., Lavelle, J., MacMahon, J., Murphy, C., Ryan,L (Ed.). (2019) Zero Hours Work in AngloSaxon Countries London: Springer. [Details]
|2017|| 'Occupations, age and gender: Men and women’s earnings in the Irish labour market'
Turner, T., Cross, C., & Murphy, C (2017) 'Occupations, age and gender: Men and women’s earnings in the Irish labour market'. Economic And Industrial Democracy, [Details]
|2018|| ''The Role of the State in Shaping Zero Hours Work in an Atypical Liberal Market Economy''
O’Sullivan, M., Turner, T., Lavelle, J., MacMahon, J., Ryan, L., Murphy, C., Gunnigle, P. and O’Brien, M. (2018) ''The Role of the State in Shaping Zero Hours Work in an Atypical Liberal Market Economy''. Economic And Industrial Democracy, [Details]
|2014|| 'Organising non‐standard workers: union recruitment in the Irish care sector'
Murphy, C and Turner, T (2014) 'Organising non‐standard workers: union recruitment in the Irish care sector'. Industrial Relations Journal, 45 (5):373-388 [Details]
|2016|| 'Fear and Leadership in Union Organizing Campaigns'
Murphy, C (2016) 'Fear and Leadership in Union Organizing Campaigns'. Journal Of Workplace Rights, 6 (1) [Details]
|2012|| Workplace Bullying Among Nurses in Ireland.
McMahon, J, MacCurtain, S, O’Sullivan, M, Murphy, C and Turner T ( (2012) Workplace Bullying Among Nurses in Ireland. Irish Nurses and Midwives Trade Union, Dublin. [Details]
|2016|| Tailoring Organisational Practices to achieve Gender Equality: A Best Practice Guide.
Cross, C, Murphy, C., Connolly, M., Foy, T., Vinnecombe, S., Humbert, A.L., Anderson, D., McGann, K., Browne, J., McDermott., U., and Fraser, E. (2016) Tailoring Organisational Practices to achieve Gender Equality: A Best Practice Guide. GEM, Ireland. [Details]
|2009||Industrial Relations Research Trust Research Scholar Award||Industrial Relations Research Trust, Trinity College Dublin|
|2016||Faculty Teaching Development Award||Kemmy Business School|
|Committee||Function||From / To|
|Athena Swan Accreditation Committee||2017 /|
|KBS Internationalisation||International Exchange Coordinator||2016 / 2018|
|Work, Knowledge and Employment Research Stream||Seminar Series Coordinator||2015 / 2018|
|Director of Reconciling Employment and Eldercare Together Research Network||Director||2016 /|
Main teaching areas: Employment Relations, Human Resource
Analytics, Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour.
Main Postgraduates Teaching Modules:
PM6901 People and Behaviour in Projects (online)
PM6151 Professional Skills Laboratory
PM6111 People and Behaviour in Projects
PM6101 Organisational Behaviour,
Main Undergraduate Teaching Modules:
PM4407 HR Analytics
PM4604 Employment Relations
PM4914 Human Resource Management
PM4603 Employment Relations for Non Business Students
PM4018 Human Resource Management Practice
PM4954 Human Resource Development
Extensive experience in teaching at undergraduate, post-graduate and post experience levels within the University. Furthermore, she has engaged in teaching on community based skills development projects, specifically aimed at the long term unemployed, training programmes aimed at low skill groups, Skillvec (up-skilling for health sector workers) and RED (Return to education courses funded by labour market activation schemes).
Caroline also has experience of developing and delivering courses to specific industry groups (e.g healthcare, manufacturing and tourism) which has provided her with adept expertise in unearthing employers’ needs with regard to the levels and types of skills required in industry.
2015 Developed the GEM training programme for use in leadership development programmes (EU funded project)
2016 developed the first HR Analytics Module for the BBS major option
2017 developed the Managing Performance module for the Msc in Work and Orgnanisational Psychology
|2017/8||Employment Relations Theory and Contemporary Developments||PM4604|
|2018||Human Resource Analytics||PM4077|
|2014/15||Human Resource Management||PM4915|
|2014/15||People and Behaviour in Projects||PM6901|
|2014/15||Professional Skills Laboratory||PM6151|