Jens Mohrenweiser

Dr Jens Mohrenweiser

  • Principal Academic Of HR and Organisational Behaviour
  • EBC401,
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Jens Mohrenweiser has a wide experience in research, teaching and consulting in employment relations, personnel economics and HR analytics. He received his PhD from the University of Zurich (Switzerland) and has been working at a think tank in Mannheim (Germany) before joining BU.

Jens’ research interests are in further training, institutions of employee voice and firm productivity. His work mainly comprises analysing big data, administrative data and survey data. His research in further training is mostly around the motivation of firms to invest in skills of its employees and identifying the internal and external environment that facilitates company-sponsored training. His research in institutions of employee voice focuses on the role of works councils and other forms of employee representations on firm productivity and the mechanisms how employee voice institutions can improve firm-level outcomes. Finally, he investigates the productivity of firms, in particular how HR practices, voice institutions and training arrangements interact to improve firms’ productivity...



Journal Articles

Profile of Teaching PG

  • Performance Management and Analytics
  • Organisation and Employment Studies
  • Performance Management
  • Business Intelligence

Profile of Teaching UG

  • Research Project


  • Dr. in Management and Economics (University of Zurich, 2010)


  • CIPD, Academic member,
  • CMI, Fellow,
  • HEA, Fellow,