Pedro Mendonca Cardoso

pedro mendonca cardoso

Dr Pedro Mendonca Cardoso

   

Biography

Pedro completed his PhD in Human Resource Management at University of Strathclyde, which explored new employment regimes and its impact on job quality.

Pedro also worked as an Early Stage Researcher in the Marie Curie Research Project “Changing Employment”, particularly within Theme 3 which aimed at exploring and examining changes in Working Life Quality and Employee Well-Being across Europe. In this role, Pedro had the opportunity to work with colleagues in Goteborg in Sweden, Budapest in Hungary, and Paris in France.

Pedro holds a BA in Psychology and a MSc in Organisational and Social Psychology (ISPA-IU, Lisbon) as well as a MSc in Human Resource Management (University of Strathclyde). As part of his ongoing PhD studies, he has also completed a PgCert in Research Methodology in Business and Management.

Before joining higher education in 2013, he worked in the industry in Portugal holding managerial roles in HR departments.

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Breaking the Managerial Silencing of Worker Voice in Platform Capitalism: The Rise of a Food Courier Network

Journal Article
Kougiannou, N. K., & Mendonça, P. (in press)
Breaking the Managerial Silencing of Worker Voice in Platform Capitalism: The Rise of a Food Courier Network. British Journal of Management, https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8551.12505
This paper examines food couriers’ utilization of voice mechanisms as mobilization against employer silencing within platform capitalism. The concepts of ‘worker silence’ and ...

Trade union responses to precarious employment: the role of power resources in defending precarious flight attendants in Ryanair

Journal Article
Mendonça, P. (2020)
Trade union responses to precarious employment: the role of power resources in defending precarious flight attendants in Ryanair. Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, 26(4), 431-445. https://doi.org/10.1177/1024258920944294
Drawing on a case study on the civil airline industry in Portugal, this article addresses the impact of precarious employment on trade union action and examines the conditions...

Trade Union Power Resources within the Supply Chain: Marketisation, Marginalisation, Mobilisation

Journal Article
Mendonça, P., & Adăscăliței, D. (in press)
Trade Union Power Resources within the Supply Chain: Marketisation, Marginalisation, Mobilisation. Work, Employment and Society, https://doi.org/10.1177/0950017020906360
This article examines how pressures stemming from the structure and dynamics of supply chains shape employment relations at the workplace level. Using qualitative data from tw...

Job quality, flexibility and obstacles to collective agency

Book Chapter
Mendonca, P. (2018)
Job quality, flexibility and obstacles to collective agency. In J. Kubisa, & T. Isidorsson (Eds.), Job Quality in an Era of Flexibility: Experiences in a European Context. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203710678
This chapter empirically examines the way job quality is dynamically shaped by the employers and trade unions in a large bottling hall in Scotland. In particular, this chapter...

Job quality in an era of flexibility

Book Chapter
Kubisa, J., & Mendonca, P. (2018)
Job quality in an era of flexibility. In T. Isidorsson, & J. Kubisa (Eds.), Job Quality in an Era of Flexibility: Experiences in a European Context. London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203710678
This chapter introduces the discussions on the relation between job quality and flexibility that spread in European labour markets despite differences in countries’ institutio...

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