Troy's research interests include strategic employment relations, alternative forms of employee representation and labour law. His thesis examined the connection between the regulation of non-union collective bargaining under Australian workplace laws and the use of alternative forms of employee voice. More broadly, Troy has a keen interest in working at the intersection of organizational change management and labour law reform.
Troy teaches at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level. He is currently teaching in the areas of Research methods, Change management & sustainability, Applied Human resource Management and Labour Law.
Prior to working at the university, Troy has had a number of senior industrial relations and people management roles within the Australian retail and airline industries.