Ellis, V., & Munro, A. (2013, June). Working Together? An investigation of managers' perceptions of trade unions in the UK. Paper presented at British Universities Industrial Relations Association, Glasgow
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Ellis, V., & Munro, A. (2013, March). The Enemy Within or Partners? Investigating Managers' Perceptions of Trade Unions. Paper presented at 31st International Labour Process Conference, Rutgers University, New York
Lindsay, C., Munro, A. & Wise, S. (2006). Making equalities work? Scottish trade unions’ approaches to equal opportunities. Equal Opportunities International. 26(5), 465-481. doi:10.1108/02610150710756667. ISSN 0261-0159
Purpose – This paper seeks to analyse trade unions’ approaches to equal opportunities in Scotland, focusing on issues of: recruitment of membership from different groups; prom...
Rainbird, H., Munro, A., & Senker, P. (2004). Running Faster to Stay in the Same Place? The Intended and Unintended Consequences of Government Policy for Workplace Learning in Britain. In N. Bascia, A. Cumming, A. Datnow, K. Leithwood, & D. Livingstone (Eds.), International Handbook of Educational Policy; Springer International Handbooks of Education, 885-901. Dordrecht: Springer Verlag. doi:10.1007/1-4020-3201-3_47
Recent policy debates have emphasised the significance of workplace learning to the vision of the ‘learning society’ and the ‘knowledge-based economy’. Whereas these terms tri...
A. Fuller, A. Munro, & H. Rainbird (Eds.), (2004). Workplace Learning in Context. doi:10.4324/9780203571644
Munro, A. (2001). “Working together – involving staff”: Partnership working in the NHS. Employee Relations, 24(3), (277-289). doi:10.1108/01425450210428444. ISSN 0142-5455
Contributes to debates about employee involvement and social partnership by exploring the ways in which individualist and collectivist aspects interrelate in a single initiati...
Munro, A., Ellis, V., Canduela, J. & Raeside, R. (in press). Working Together? An investigation into managers’ attitudes towards trade unions. In n/aISBN n/a
This thesis explores participation in adult learning and focuses upon three key areas of interest: reasons for participation, the challenges of par...