Caroline Murphy is a Lecturer in Employment Relations at the University of Limerick, and Associate Fellow at the Digital Futures at Work Research Centre. She is Director of the Msc in HRM at the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick. She lectures in Employment Relations, Human Resource Analytics, and Human Resource Management. She has worked on a variety of research projects including: The Impact Technology on Workers in the Finance sector (2021), Pathways to Better Jobs in the Early Years Childhood Care and Education Sector (2020), Gender Equality in Decision-Making (funded by European Commission), A Study of Zero Hours Work in Ireland (and Reconciling Employment and ElderCare Together (2016, funded by the Irish Research Council). Her current research interests include precarious employment, female labour market participation, formal and informal care work and employee representation. She has published in Economic and Industrial Democracy, Industrial Law Journal, Industrial Relations Journal, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Industrial Relations, Personnel Review, Irish Journal of Management.