Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change
2020. Defending Wellbeing at Work: A Case Study of Autism. In: Dundon T; Wilkinson A (eds.) Case Studies in Work, Employment and Human Resource Management.
2020. The Coronavirus crisis exposes further the fault lines in the proposed post-Brexit Points Based System of immigration. But will it lead to a re-think?.
2020. Cut hours, not people: no work, furlough, short hours and mental health during COVID-19 pandemic in the UK..
2020. New insights into platform work: Leeds Index of Platform Labour Protest.
2020. What explains the evolution of management models over the past two centuries?.
2020. COVID-19 recovery: How will people re-engage work and employment?.
2020. Global Labour Unrest: The case of food delivery, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), September 2020, Available at: http://library.fes.de/pdf-files/iez/16880.pdf.
2020. The coronavirus pandemic and the post-Brexit regulation of migration, CERIC Briefing Paper, Available at: https://business.leeds.ac.uk/downloads/download/166/ceric_briefing_paper_-_migration_and_covid-19pdf.
2019. Kinship and community networks. In: Gall G (eds.) Handbook of the Politics of Labour, Work and Employment.
2019. Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurial Behavior, and Unit Performance in a Retail Context.. Academy of Management
2019. How can the state reregulate labour markets? An analysis of UK governmental reviews into the new world of work.. Labour and Employment Relations Association Annual Conference
2019. Income as a universal right.
2019. Moving from diversity initiatives to a culture of inclusion.
2019. How steelworker communities cope with restructuring.
2019. International Women’s Day 2019 – a spotlight on our research.
2019. The voice, loyalty and exit of precarious workers in Germany.
2019. How tackling climate change can affect work and industrial change.
2018. Exploitation. In: The Bloomsbury Companion to Marx.
2018. Fighting precariousness: Union strategies towards migrant workers in the UK, France, and Germany. In: Reconstructing Solidarity: Labour Unions, Precarious Work, and the Politics of Institutional Change in Europe.
2018. External Transformation Anchors. In: Merkel W; Kollmorgen R; Wagener H-J (eds.) Handbook of Political, Social, and Economic Transformation.
2018. Rechtspopulismus und das junge Prekariat: potentielle AfD WählerInnen?. In: Becker K; Reif-Spirek P (eds.) Arbeiterbewegung von rechts? Ungleichheit, Verteilungskämpfe, populistische Revolte.
2018. Die Mitte als klassenloser Ort? Wie Jugendliche moralisieren und Prekarisierung rechtfertigen. In: Joller S; Stanisavljevic M (eds.) Moralische Kollektive.
2018. High performance work systems and role performance: A cross-level test of the AMO framework. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management
2018. Diversity in the solicitors’ profession.
2018. Production of immobility? What will settled status do well, what it will do badly and whom it will fail.
2018. Video: Returning to work.
2017. Public policy conceptions: Priorities of social service provision in Europe. In: Social Services Disrupted: Changes, Challenges and Policy Implications for Europe in Times of Austerity.
2017. Profession, Masculinity, and Identity: Biographical Crisis of British and German Steelworkers in Comparison. In: Narotzky S; Goddard V (eds.) Work and Livelihoods. History, Ethnography and Models in Times of Crisis.
2017. High performance work systems, employee well-being, and service performance. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management
2017. Confessions of a HR Management academic.
2017. Workshop: basic income and the future of work.
2017. The role of identity in the lives of migrant workers.
2017. Government help for the unemployed.
2017. Doing research with impact.
2017. Young Germans are tuning out of politics.
2017. BOOK REVIEW Young Workers and Trade Unions: A Global View. WORK EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIETY. 561-562 31.3
2017. Executive summary: Employer engagement in active labour market programmes. In: Executive summary: Employer engagement in active labour market programmes.
2017. Employer Engagement in Active Labour Market Programmes in the UK and Denmark: Final Report. In: Employer Engagement in Active Labour Market Programmes in the UK and Denmark: Final Report.
2016. Il sindacalismo ibrido dei migranti. In: Sacchetto D; Chignola S (eds.) Globalizzazione e crisi:: lavoro migrazioni valore.
2016. The UK experience of mobilizing migrant workers. In: Jürgen R; Grote R; Wagemann C (eds.) Passions and Interests. Debating the Relationship between Social Movements and Organized Labour.
2016. Which Fathers Are Involved in Caring for Pre-school Age Children in the United Kingdom? A Longitudinal Analysis of the Influence of Work Hours in Employment on Shared Childcare Arrangements in Couple Households. In: Ruspini E; Crespi I (eds.) Balancing Work and Family in a Changing Society: The Fathers' Perspective. Global Masculinities.
2016. Transnational organizing in Europe: a case study of a multinational company in the electronics sector. In: Drahokoupil J; Andrijasevic R; Sacchetto D (eds.) Flexible workforces and low profit margins: electronics assembly between Europe and China.
2016. Britain's needless kick in the teeth for its struggling steel mills.
2016. Managing Job Loss Responsibly.
2016. CERIC report published on union-led training and learning.
Holgate VJ (2016) Trade union community organizing: building broad spaces of solidarity International Labour Process Conference. Berlin, Germany
2016. An Enquiry into the Morale of Junior Doctors. Centre for Employment Relations Innovation & Change (CERIC) Policy Report No 8..
2016. Interim Report (for IntoWork Convention, 2016): Employer engagement in employment and skills programmes in the UK and Denmark: focus on disabled people. In: Interim Report (for IntoWork Convention, 2016): Employer engagement in employment and skills programmes in the UK and Denmark: focus on disabled people.
2015. Social dialogue, partnership and the Danish model of activation of disabled people: challenges and possibilities in the face of austerity. In: Grover C; Piggott L (eds.) Disabled people, work and welfare: Is employment really the answer?.
2015. Steel in the European Union in the wake of the global economic crisis. In: Galgóczi B; Drahokoupil J; Bernaciak M (eds.) Foreign investment in eastern and southern Europe after 2008. Still a lever of growth?.
2015. Understanding the influence of abusive supervision on customer-focused voice. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management
2015. BOOK REVIEW: Jennifer M Silva, Coming up Short: Working-Class Adulthood in an Age of Uncertainty SilvaJennifer MComing up Short: Working-Class Adulthood in an Age of UncertaintyNew York: Oxford University Press, 2013, £19.99 hbk, (ISBN: 9780199931460), 208 pp.. Work, Employment and Society. 525-526 29.3
2015. 'Arrangements for adequate family-related leave: Parental Leave' in Lyberaki, A. (ed) "Work-Life Balance Revisited: a reconciliation policy mix to ease the constraints faced by parents".
2015. Employer engagement in active labour market policies in the UK and Denmark: a survey of employers. In: Employer engagement in active labour market policies in the UK and Denmark: a survey of employers.
2015. Skills and training: the union advantage. Trade Union Congress (TUC) Policy report, May 2015, Available at: https://www.tuc.org.uk/sites/default/files/Skils_and_training.pdf.
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2002. Restructuring, Partnership and the Learning Agenda: A Review.
1995. Experiences of Vocational Education and Training. MSF: London. Manufacturing, Science and Finance Union: London.
2001. In Search of Partnership? Trade Union Experiences of Contemporary Employment Relations and the Management of Change.
2012. Union Voices: Tactics and Tensions in UK Organizing.
2005. Acas in the NHS: Helping improve employment relations in response to agenda for Change. ACAS Research Series 06/05.
2008. Changes in Employment Relations in the Financial Service Sector.
2012. Trade Unions and Workplace Training: Issues and International Perspectives. Routledge Research in Employment Relations Series.
2005. Partnership and Modernisation in Employment Relations.
2013. Fallen heroes in global capitalism Workers and the Restructuring of the Polish Steel Industry.
2014. Multi-scalar organising in London’s hotels: The challenges of engaging transient workers through labour and community alliances. In: A Hospitable World? Organising Work and Workers in Hotels and Tourist Resorts. 1st.
2014. Varying Concepts of Social Responsibility? – Beliefs and Practises in Central Europe. In: Bluhm K; Martens B; Trappmann V (eds.) Business Leaders and New Varieties of Capitalism in Post-Communist Europe.
2003. Willingness to unionize amongst non-union employees. In: Gospel H; Wood S (eds.) Representing Workers: Union Recognition and membership in Britain.
2005. Appendix: trade union numbers, membership and density. In: Fernie S; Metcalf D (eds.) Trade Unions: Resurgence or Demise.
2012. The labour market in the social care sector in the UK. In: Hwang DS; Yoon J; Yoon JH (eds.) Analysis of the Social Service Labor Market: with Focus on Care Services.
2003. Employability or Lifelong Flexibility: Unpicking the Contradictions of the European Employment Strategy. In: Jorgensen CH; Warring N (eds.) Adult Education and the Labour Market:.
2006. 'Employability and the flexible economy: Some considerations of the politics and contradictions of the European Employment Strategy'. In: Martinez Lucio M; Alonso LE (eds.) Employment Relations in a changing society: Assessing the post-Fordist paradigm.
2009. Contested terrain: London’s living wage campaign and the tension between community and union organising. In: McBride J; Greenwood I (eds.) Community Unionism.
2013. Temporary migrant workers and labor organization. In: Ness I (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration, 5 Volume Set.
2009. Understanding Community Unionism. In: McBride J; Greenwood I (eds.) Community Unionism.
2014. Maternal Employment in Postsocialist Countries: Understanding the Implications of Childcare Policies. In: Hofäcker D; Roosalu T (eds.) HOW GENDER WORKS? Established Theories And Post-Socialist Labour Markets.
2001. Taking the Pulse of British Trade Unionism: Inside the Communication Workers Union. In: Jefferys S; Mispelblom Beyer F; Thornqvist C (eds.) European Working Lives: Continuities and Change in Management and Industrial Relations in France, Scandinavia and the UK.
2003. The real economy not the new economy: the case for labour market regulation’. In: Rights IOE (eds.) A Charter of Rights – Bringing Rights Home.
2003. Employee relations and economic performance. In: Atkinson GB (eds.) Developments in Economics.
2003. Employee relations and economic performance. In: Atkinson GB (eds.) Developments in Economics.
2003. The labour market: history, structure and prospects. In: Edwards PK (eds.) Industrial Relations: Theory and Practice.
2000. Introduction. In: Palliser DM (eds.) The Cambridge Urban History of Britain : Volume I : 600 – 1540. The Cambridge Urban History of Britain.
2014. Evaluating union organising in the UK. In: Czarzasty J; Mrozowicki A (eds.) Trade union organising in Europe: research and practice.
2011. Non-regular employment in the United Kingdom. In: Non-regular Employment-issues and Challenges Common to the Major Developed Countries.
2009. Community Unionism A Comparative Analysis of Concepts and Contexts Introduction.
2004. Partnership and the politics of trade union policy formation in the UK: The case of the Manufacturing, Science and Finance Union’. In: Verma A; Kochan TA (eds.) Unions in the 21st Century: An International Perspective.
2007. Integrating learning into workplace bargaining machinery: an examination of trade union learning agreements. In: Shelley S; Calveley M (eds.) Learning With Trade Unions. Contemporary Employment Relations.
2006. Introduction. In: Taberner S; Cooke P (eds.) German Culture, Politics, and Literature into the Twenty-First Century Beyond Normalization.
2004. Trade Unions, Partnership and the Learning Agenda. In: Cooney R; Stuart M (eds.) Trade Unions and Training: Issues and International Perspectives.
2009. Unpacking complexities of the ‘high performance human resource management and establishment performance’ debate using qualitative research in the retail sector. International Industrial Relations Association Congress
2011. HRM and performance: qualitative progress at the largest private sector employer in the UK. International Labour Process Conference
2011. Learning as a ‘core’ agenda issue for unions in Britain. Industrial Relations in Europe Conference
1997. Temporary Employment Agency Working in the UK: issues and evidence. 15th International Labour Process Conference, Edinburgh, March
2000. Temps rising : the nature and development of agency working in the UK, Labour Process Conference. 18th International Labour Process Conference, University of Strathclyde, April 2000
2001. Getting the Measure of Employment Agency Workforce. Eastern Economic Association 2001 Conference, Manhattan, 23rd-25th Feb
2003. Shaping the UK Employment Agency Industry: The Activities of Manpower Ltd. 1966-71.. 51st British Universities Industrial Relations Association Conference, University of Leeds, 3rd-5th July
2004. Employment agencies, the TUC and regulation of the temporary help industry 1950-73. 7th International Industrial Relations Association Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 7th-11th September 2004
2004. The use of mind maps as a teaching and learning tool. 2nd Annual teaching and Learning Conference, University of Leeds, 17th Dec 2004
2003. Cementing skills : labour reproduction in the construction and civil engineering sectors. Eastern Economics Association, New York, Feb 2003
2004. Getting the mix right: the use of employment contract alternatives in the UK construction industry. ESRC transdisciplinary workshop 'Disconnected agendas: collaborative working and workforce casualisation in the UK Construction Industry
2005. 'Help Wanted?': Employer Attitudes to Employment Agencies in the Construction Sector'. 55th British Universities Industrial Relations Association Conference, University of Northumbria, 7th-9th July
2005. Firm Foundations? Contingent Labour and Employers'Provision of Training in the UK Construction Sector. Second International Conference on Training,Employability & Employment, Monash University, Prato, 21st-23rd September
2001. Just a Temporary Phenomenon? The Rise and Fall of Temporary Work in the UK. Eastern Economic Association 2001 Conference, Manhattan, 23rd-25th Feb
2001. Temporary Solution to Unemployment?. EURESCO Labour Market Change, Unemployment and Citizenship in Europe Conference, Helsinki, 20th-25th April 2001
2002. Just a temporary phenomenom? The rise and fall of temporary work in the UK. Centre for Full Employment and Equity Europe - The Under-Utilisation of Europe's Labour ResourcesWorkshop, Maastricht, 4-5th October
2003. A Temporary Solution to Unemployment?. Eastern Economics Association Conference, Manhattan, 21st-23rd February
2006. Still Mismanaging Redundancy:Restructuring and Corporate Social Responsibility in the Welsh Steel Industry. 56th BUIRA Annual Conference 28th-30th June 2006, National University of Ireland,Galway
2006. Perceptions of De-skilling and Up-skilling in the Restructuring of Employment:the Welsh Steel Industry Redundancies. Second International Conference on Training, Employability & Employment, Monash University, Prato 21st-23rd September
2006. The Dynamics of Trade Union Activism in Great Britain 1991:2003. 24th Annual International Labour Process Conference
2007. Community unionism and the neoliberal state in British steel regions. Annual meeting of the Labor and Employment Relations Association, Chicago, 4-7 Jan 2007
2005. Identity and the maintenance of a collective orientation amongst redundant steelworkers. 100th Annual meeting of the American Sociological Association
2002. The European Employment Strategy: Work, Employability or Lifelong Flexibility. ESREA Research Network Conference: Adult Education and the Labour Market VII
2002. Lifelong learning, social partnership and the European Employment Strategy: challenges and contradictions. The First International Conference on Training, Employability and Employment, Monash University Centre, Kings College, London
2003. 'We are all neo-liberals now - or are we?'. International Trade Unionism in a Network Society: What's New about the 'New Labour Internationalism'?
2004. Waves of change: the retreat from multi-skilling in teamworking. 8th International Workshop on Teamworking
2004. The political economy of working lives: biographies of steel and metal redundancy in Britain and Germany. Life History and Biography Network Conference - ESREA
2004. The role of social partnership for coping with change. 7th International Industrial Relations Association European Congress: The future of Work in Europe
2003. Union learning representatives: Legitimate ? peripheral participation in power modulated communities of practice. 3rd International Conference on Researching Work and Learning
2004. Realising the potential of union learning representatives: an empirical assessment. 5th International Conference on HRD Research and Practice Across Europe
1997. Training experiences at work: What do workers really think?. 4th International Conference on Learning and Research in Working Life, Austria
2006. The Rhetoric of Diversity and the Realities of Disadvantaged Workers:A Case Study of Migrant Workers in the UK. The Unprotected Migrant:Mobility,Social Policy and Labour Rights in Eurpoe University of Tampere, Finland May 16th-17th 2006
2006. The 'Good Worker'. The Rhetoric of Diversity and the Reality of Disadvantaged Migrant Workers. IREC 2006 Conf., University of Ljubjana, Slovenia
2006. Changes in Employers' Use of Contingent Labour. 14th World Congress of the International Industrial Relations Association. Universidad de Lima, Peru
2006. Allthat is Solid? Class, Identity and the Maintenance of a Collective Orientation amongst Redundant Steel Workers. American Sociological Association 100th Annual Conference, Philadelphia 13th-16th August
2006. Class Identity and the Maintenance of a Collective Orientation amongst Redundant Steel Workers. 24th Annual International Labour Process Conference, 10th-12th April 2006 London
2001. Constructing partnership: the ideology and politics of union strategy. Employment Research Unit 16th Annual Conference: Politics Oublic Policy and the Employment Relationship
2010. The state of union-led learning in Britain. International Labour Process Conference
2011. The impact of union-management learning agreements on HRD practice in Britain. International Human Resource Development Conference
1999. Changing contours of collectivism: TV, trade unions and the atomised worker. 17th Annual International Labour Process Conference, 29-31 March
1999. Partnership at work? Evaluating the demise of a national training agreement. Third International Conference Research Vocational Education and Training
2000. Learning in partnership and partnerships for learning: recent European developments. National Centre for Vocational Education Research, June
2000. Reflections on the emerging partnership agenda: Forward to the learning age?. Vocational Education and Training Network, May
2001. Learning in Partnership: Themes and Issues. Presented at FAFO, Institute for Labour and Social Research, Oslo, Norway
2001. Assessing the Principles of Partnership: Trade Union Representatives' Attitudes and Experiences. Assessing Partnership: The Prospects for and Challenges of Modernisation
2001. Social Partnership and the Mutual Gains Organisation: Remaking Involvement and Trust at the British Workplace. 6th European Congress of International Industrial Relations Association
2002. Responding to the Restructuring of the European Steel and Metal Sector: Learning in Partnership. LO, 28th May
2003. Comment on 'Concepts of work, worker and work organisation in findings of FP4 and 5 projects'. FP5 Education and Training Cluster Workshop
2003. 'Regulating risk'-the politics, risks and dynamics of social partnership: 'shotgun weddings and marriages of convenience'. 21st International Labour Process Conference
2003. Swimming Against the Tide: Social Partnership Mutual Gains and the Revival of 'Tired' HRM. City University Business School (CASS), London, 20 March
2003. National and European Policies for Lifelong Learning: Observations from the FP5 Project 'Learnpartner' put into an EU Context. EU Research FP5 Thematic Network, EURONE&T 'Towards the European Society' Workshop, 'Lifelong Learning, Employability and organised Interests: The Role of Social Partners in Shaping Lifelong Learning
2002. Lifelong Learning: a response to restructuring in the European steel and metal industry. European Metalworkers' Federation conference on lifelong learning, Lifelong Learning: A Continuous Challenge on Social Dialogue Agenda for the European Metal Industry
2003. Transitions in and out of part-time work: the relationship between preference and outcome in women returners' labour market transitions and work-life trajectories. Gender Work and Organization 3rd International Interdisciplinary Conference, Keele,June 2003
2004. Theorising the full-time/part-time distinction:the part-time Workers' Directive, informal workplace practices and strategies of closure. Work Employment and Society Conference, Manchester September 2004
2004. 'Mothers' employment and work-life balance in the UK: structure and constraint in transisitons in and out of part-time work. Work-life Balance across the Life-course, Edinburgh - July 2004
2004. Transitions in and out of part-time work; Implications for women's work-life balance and occupational mobility. International Labour Process Conference, Amsterdam, April 2004
2004. A consideration of the full-time/part-time distinction:the Part-time Workers' Directive, informal workplace practices and strategies of closure. American Sociological Association Conference, San Francisco August 2004
2005. Examining the Potential for Women Returners to Work in areas of High Occupancy Gender Segregation. CTEE Conference on Training, Employability and Emplyment, Prato Italy September 2005
2005. Womens' Attitudes Towards Trade Unions in the UK: a consideration of the distinction between full and part time workers in five service sector firms. Gender, Work and Organization 4th International Interdisciplinary Conference, Keele June 2005
2006. Employment Regulation,Welfare States and Gender Regimes:A Comparative Analysis of Part-Time Work. American Sociological Association Conference, Montreal August 2006
2006. Female Part-Time Workers' Experience of Occupational Mobility in the UK Service Industry. European Academy of Management Conference Oslo June 2006
2003. Partnership-based approaches to learning within the steel and metal sector: towards a European model. 9th International Conference on Public and Private Partnerships
2003. A trade union-led partnership for lifelong learning in the UK steel industry: meaningful collaboration or complicity. Fourth Conference on HRD Research and Practice Across Europe
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2003. The Anatomy of Union Decline in Britain 1990 - 1998.
2014. Shared parental leave is a nice idea – but will it actually work?.
2014. Employers aren’t ready for shared parental leave.
2014. Why UK should follow Nordics’ lead on universal childcare.
2010. Across the Borders of Lesvos: the gendering of migrants’ detention in the Aegean. Feminist Review. 138-147 94
2006. Premature Mortality in Slovenia in Relation to Selected Biological, Socioeconomic, and Geographical Determinants. Croatian Medical Journal. 103-113 47.1
2008. Towards fulfilling employment? Changes in intrinsic job satisfaction in Great Britain 1998 - 2004. British Journal of Industrial Relations. 1-34
2003. Unionization and union leadership: The road haulage industry. BRITISH JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. 381-382 41.2
2004. The next upsurge: Labor and the new social movements. BRITISH JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. 565-567 42.3
2004. Trade unions in renewal: A comparative study. BRITISH JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. 565-567 42.3
2005. The paradox of American unionism: Why Americans like unions more than Canadians do but join much less. BRITISH JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. 732-734 43.4
2009. Joint Review: Helma Lutz (ed.) Migration and Domestic Work: A European Perspective on a Global Theme Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008, £55.00, (ISBN: 978-0-7546-4790-4), 224pp. Toby Shelley Exploited: Migrant Labour in the New Global Economy London: Zed Books, 2007, £50.00 hbk, £14.99 pbk, (ISBN: 978-1-8427-7785-24), 192pp. Work, Employment and Society. 797-800 23.4
2009. Migration and Domestic Work: A European Perspective on a Global Theme. WORK EMPLOY SOC. 797-800 23.4
2012. Trade Unions and Vocational Education and Training in Theory and Practice Introduction. TRADE UNIONS AND WORKPLACE TRAINING: ISSUES AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES. 1-20
2004. Headhunters: Matchmaking in the labor market.. CONTEMP SOCIOL. 185-186 33.2
2005. The Oxford handbook of work and organization. WORK EMPLOY SOC. 826-827 19.4
2008. Firm Foundations? Contingent Labour and Employers’ Provision of Training in the UK Construction Sector. Industrial Relations Journal. 370-391 39.5
2010. Contingent work in construction: results from a two country study. Industrial Relations Journal. 603-621 41.6
2004. Review of 'Headhunters: Matchmaking in the Labor Market?, by William Finlay and James E. Coverdill. Contemporary Sociology. 185-186 33.2
2008. ‘Changes in Human Resource Management and Job Satisfaction 1998-2004: Evidence from the Workplace Employment Relations Survey’,. Human Resource Management Journal,. 237-256 18.3
2005. Skills Shortages and Casualisation in Construction: Evidence from Two UK Surveys. Construction Information Quarterly. 92-96 7.3
2006. Getting the Mix Right? The Use of Labour Contract Alternatives in UK Construction. Personnel Review.
2012. 'Networks of Support for New Migrant Communities: Institutional Goals versus Substantive Goals?',. Urban Studies. Forthcoming
2010. Work in the UK and Sweeden : Evidence from the Construction Industry. Industrial Relations Journal. 403-421 41.6
2005. Agency Working in Britain: Character, Consequences and Regulation. British Journal of Industrial Relations. 249-271 43.2
2006. The nature and experience of agency working in Britain: What are the challenges for HRM?. Personnel Review.
2009. Organizational approaches to flexible working: perspectives of equality and diversity managers in the UK. Equal Opportunities International. 28.8
2012. The European Migrant Workers Union and the Barriers Transnational Industrial Citizenship. European Journal of Industrial Relations.
1994. Placing symbols before reality? re-evaluating the low skills equilibrium. Personnel Review. 34-49 23.5
1996. Does training matter? Employee experiences and attitudes towards training. Human Resource Management Journal. 7-21 6.3
1998. Bargaining for Skills: Trade Unions and Training at the Workplace. British Journal of Industrial Relations. 459-467 36.3
2005. Unmaking Goliath: Community control in the face of global capital. URBAN STUD. 804-806 42.4
2005. The future of worker representation.. IND LABOR RELAT REV. 655-657 58.4
2006. Working feminism.. GEOGR ANN B. 256-258 88B.2
2012. Welfare to work and the inclusive labour market: A comparative study of activation policies for disability and long-term sickness benefit claimants in the UK and Denmark. Journal of European Social Policy. 22.1
2000. The only game in town? Social partnership and the mutual gains organisation. Management Research News. 23.9/10/11
2000. La Tercera Via: perspectivas y desafios para los sindicatos. Gaceta Sindical. 47-53 185.Especial Monografico
2001. Tercera Via y relaciones de trabajo: co-participacion social, estrategias de gestion e identidad sindical en el Reino Unido. Sociologia del Trabajo. 3-2843
2003. Training and development in Spain: the politics of modernisation. International Journal of Training & Development. 67-77 7.1
2001. Unions and the sword of justice: Unions, pay systems, pay inequality, pay discrimination and low pay. National Institute Economic Review. 61-75 176.2
2005. Preferences, power and the determination of working hours. Journal of Economic Issues. 75-90 39.1
2007. Broadcasting discontent-freelancers, trade unions and the Internet. NEW TECH WORK EMPLOY. 178-191 22.2
2002. Training and development in Norway. International Journal of Training & Development. 263-276 6.4
2000. The Uncertain Foundations of Transaction Costs Economics. Journal of Economic Issues. 61-87 34.1
2007. Partnership at work - The quest for radical organizational change. BRIT J IND RELAT. 654-656 45.3
2010. The Sage Handbook of Industrial Relations. IND LABOR RELAT REV. 545-546 63.3
2010. Why the Garden Club Couldn't Save Youngstown - The Transformation of the Rust Belt. BRIT J IND RELAT. 485-487 48.2
2007. Testing times: Remaking employment relations through 'new' partnership in the UK. 115-130
1994. Training within the printing industry: an investigation into the Recruitment, Training and retraining Agreement. Human Resource Management Journal. 62-78 14.3
1997. Review of Forrester, Payne and Ward (1995) Workplace learning: perspectives on education, training and work. International Journal of Training & Development. 137-140 1.2
1998. Unions are Keener than Employers. Parliamentary Brief. 5.5
2001. Partnership at Work. Eclectic: The Banking and Finance Faculty Magazine. 21-267
2003. Back to the Future? The New Challenge of Employment Regulation and Rights. Eclectic: The Banking and Finance Faculty Magazine. 15-2013
2003. Learning in Partnership: Responding to the Restructuring of the European Steel and Metal Sector. None.
2000. Renewing the model employer: changing employment relations and "partnership" in the health and private sectors. Journal of Management in Medicine. 310-325 14.5/6
2002. Social Partnership and the Mutual Gains Organization: Remaking Involvement and Trust at the British Workplace. Economic and Industrial Democracy. 177-200 23.2
2004. Perceptions and negotiations of the ‘business case’ for flexible careers and the integration of part-time work.. None. 413-420 19.8
2006. Breaking through the glass ceiling. GENDER WORK ORGAN. 495-497 13.5
2007. Flexible working and organizational change: The integration of work and personal life. WORK EMPLOY SOC. 165-167 21.1
2007. Employment Regulation, Welfare and Gender Regimes: a comparative analysis of women's working-time patterns and work-life balance in the UK and the US. International Journal of Human Resource Management. 401-415 18.3
2008. Causes and consequences of the divergent working-time patterns of employed mothers in the UK and the US: developing a comparative analysis. Gender Issues. 25.3
2008. Employment Regimes and the Quality of Work. CONTEMP SOCIOL. 556-558 37.6
2011. Gender Equality and the State. International Journal of Human Resource Management. 3755-3774 22.18
2009. Female part-time managers: work-life balance, aspirations and career mobility. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: AN international Journal. 29.3
1996. Regulating temporary employment agencies.
1999. Out of time? Agency temps and the working time regulations.
2002. Agency working in the UK.
1995. 'Training and labour: the missing component?'.
1998. Training and development: a role for trade unions?.
2006. Four case studies conducted for unionlearn.
2007. Backgorund literature review conducted for the Learning Through Work Project.
2007. Evaluation of the Collective Learning Fund Pilot Projects.
2004. Perceptions and negotiations of the 'business case' for flexible careers and the integration of part-time working.
2005. Part-time occupational mobility in the servie industries:regulation,work committment and occupational closure.
2005. Employment Regulation, Gender and Welfare Regimes: framework for understanding the variant use of part-time work in the UK, US,Japan and Germany.
2006. Examining the potential for women returners to work in area of high occupational gender segregation.
2006. Part-time workers career trajectories and experience of status disqualification Seminar on Organisational Diversities.
Stuart M; Cutter J; Cook HST; Winterton J (2011) Who stands to gain from union-led learning in the UK? International Labour Process Conference. Leeds
2013. The National Minimum Wage (NMW), earnings and hours in the domiciliary care sector. Low Pay Commission, February 2013, Available at https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/227614/LPC_-_Final_Leeds_University_Report_-_26_February_2013SM2.pdf.
2006. Changing job quality in Great Britain 1998 - 2004.
2013. National policies to support the reconciliation of employment, childcare and the care of older family members: a comparative review to inform personnel policies in the European chemical in the European chemical industry.
2011. The Role of Employment Agencies in Pay Setting. In: The Role of Employment Agencies in Pay Setting.
2014. The effects of Agency Workers Regulations on agency and employer practice. In: The effects of Agency Workers Regulations on agency and employer practice.
2004. The Economic and Social Impact of Redundancies from Corus and Allied Steel and Wire in Wales.
2011. An international comparison of approaches to assisting partnered women into work. In: An international comparison of approaches to assisting partnered women into work. DWP Working Paper.
2014. Employer Engagement in the Work Programme.. In: Employer Engagement in the Work Programme.
2013. Institutional barriers to gender and BME diversity among students and postdoctoral researchers in Engineering and Physical Sciences.
2005. Learning in Partnership: Responding to the Restructuring of the European steel and metal sector.
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