Dr Christine Grant
Dr Christine Grant, Associate Professor and Occupational Psychologist is a leading researcher in the field of remote working. Her work explores the psychological factors and behaviours that affect remote workers including, work-life balance, job effectiveness and well-being. Dr Grant recently led a research project entitled ‘Remote4All’ which explored remote working for those people with a disability and/or neurodivergent, finding practical implications for this community of remote workers. Dr Grant develops psychometric measures in this area including the ‘E Work-Life scale’ that enables individuals and organisations to measure the quality and efficacy of remote working. Dr Grant is published widely in academic and business literature, recently co-authoring a book entitled: Agile working and Well-being in the Digital Age. During the pandemic she co-authored guidance on homeworking for the British Psychological Society. Dr Grant has appeared and contributed widely to external media including, newspaper articles and appearing on radio and TV appearances.