Grant, K. (2012, September). Skills utilisation and high performance working: An analysis of line manager and employee perceptions. Paper presented at British Academy of Management
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McFadden, C., & Crowley-Henry, M. (2017). ‘My People’: the potential of LGBT employee networks in reducing stigmatization and providing voice. International Journal of Human Resource Management, (1-26). doi:10.1080/09585192.2017.1335339. ISSN 0958-5192
This paper explores the separation and isolation from the mainstream workforce that lesbian, gay, and bisexual employees can experience due to their sexual orientation, and ho...
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...
Garavan, T. N., & McGuire, D. (2000). Competencies and workplace learning: some reflections on the rhetoric and the reality. Journal of Workplace Learning, 13(4), (144-164). doi:10.1108/13665620110391097. ISSN 1366-5626
The use of competency frameworks as a basis for workplace learning initiatives is now relatively commonplace in organisations. This is reflected in the emphasis given to compe...
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
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Ellis, V. (2009). Book Review: Paul Boreham, Rachel Parker, Paul Thompson and Rifchard Hall, New Technology@Work, Basingstoke: Taylor and Francis, 2008 (ISBN: 978-0-4152-6897-4. Work, Employment and Society. 23(4), 809-810. ISSN 0950-0170
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