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French, Michael T.; Mortensen, Karoline and Timming, Andrew R. (2018) Are tattoos associated with employment and wage discrimination? Analyzing the relationships between body art and labor market outcomes. Human Relations. (Online First): 1-26.

Timming, Andrew R. (2017) Body Art as Branded Labour: At the intersection of employee selection and relationship marketing. Human Relations 70(9): 1041-1063.

Timming, Andrew R. (2017) The Effect of Foreign Accent on Employability: A study of the aural dimensions of aesthetic labour in customer-facing and non-customer-facing jobs. Work, Employment and Society 31(3): 409-428.


Timming, Andrew R.; Nickson, D; Re, Daniel and Perrett, David. (2017) What Do You Think of My Ink? Assessing the Effects of Body Art on Employment Chances. Human Resource Management 56(1): 133-149.

Nickson, Dennis; Timming, Andrew R.; Re, Daniel and Perrett, David. (2016) Subtle Increases in BMI within a Healthy Weight Range Still Reduce Women's Employment Chances in the Service Sector. PLoS ONE 11(9) e0159659.

Timming, Andrew R. (2015) Visible tattoos in the service sector: A new challenge to recruitment and selection. Work, Employment & Society 29(1): 60-78.

Timming, Andrew R. (2015) The 'reach' of employee participation in decision-making: Exploring the Aristotelian roots of workplace democracy. Human Resource Management Journal 25(3): 382-396.

Timming, Andrew R. (2011) What Do Tattoo Artists Know About HRM? Recruitment and Selection in the Body Art Sector. Employee Relations 33(5): 570-584.

Selected Journal Publications

- Isaac Newton -

“If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants.”


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