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Dr Steven Kilroy is an Assistant Professor at the Department of HR Studies, Tilburg University, Netherlands. He  previously worked as an Assistant Professor of HRM at Queens University Belfast and obtained his PhD at Dublin City University. His expertise and research intersts are in the areas of HRM and Organisational Psychology. Specifcally his research interests focus on the impact of HRM practices on employee well-being and performance as well as topics related to leadership, commitment, burnout and change management. 

Research interests

Steven’s primary research focuses on the interrelationship between HRM practices, employee well-being and performance. He explores how and when high performance work practices lead to employee wellbeing and performance outcomes. He is also interested in the topics of burnout, leadership and change management as well as new employment relationships and how they affect workplace commitment. Stevens work appears in high-profile journals such as Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management Journal, the International Journal of Human Resource Management, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology and the Journal of Business Research among others.   


Steven is the course coordinator for the International Business Administration (IBA) students for the module in Human Resource Management. In addition, he teaches courses such as organizational psychology (BSc) and Human Resource Management (MSc) and supervises Master’s students. He has international experience teaching undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education in the areas of HRM and organisational behaviour. 


  • HRM
  • Burnout
  • Leadership
  • Commitment
  • High-involvement management


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