Dr. Grant is an Assistant Professor of Human Resource Development who specializes in employment and labor relations and data analytics, specifically focusing on how workers experience their work and how Human Resources management can use data analytics to improve the workplace. He is member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), a certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR), an active member of the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA), and a reviewer for several journals in the area of Human Resources and Industrial Relations. Dr. Grant’s research focuses on contemporary labor relations, including how labor unions use their positions as shareholders through their pension funds to elicit corporate change from the top of organizations while simultaneously working to bring about changes at the rank-and-file level through traditional union organizing strategies. More recently, Dr. Grant’s research has branched into examining the field of remote work and how workers experience and respond to their work and performance metrics and evaluations in the post-COVID 19 era. Prof. Grant currently teaches courses on labor relations management and Human Resource Analytics, where he works with students to apply data management and analytics to the process of managing people in organizations, and he teaches R and Python programming languages in his analytics courses. Dr. Grant holds degrees from Illinois State University and the University of Illinois in the fields of Human Resources and Industrial Relations Management.