Part-time working by older females in Ireland: choice or consequence?

Maeve O'Sullivan

University of Limerick

Maeve is currently undertaking a PhD in the area of industrial gerontology at the  University of Limerick where she is an adjunct lecturer in HRM, organisational behaviour and social psychology of work. Previous roles include freelance facilitator, trainer and business consultant and former European Commission official, based in Brussels.


Part-time working arrangements have traditionally been viewed as an excellent means of remaining in the labour market (Mertens et al. 1995) and of reducing skills obsolescence and human capital depreciation. Although popular... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Maeve O'Sullivan (University of Limerick)
  2. Christine Cross (University of Limerick)
  3. Jonathan Lavelle (University of Limerick)
  4. Tom Turner (University of Limerick)

Topic Area

Human Resource Management


PS - 3B » Human Resource Management 1 (09:00 - Thursday, 31st August, Lecture Room 2)