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Evidence from a survey of the Irish Q Mark companies suggests that there are implications for both the human resource (HR) function and for human resource practices where organizations are involved in the implementation of quality intiatives. In some cases the HR function has taken a role in...
Despite increasing research interest in the psychological contract, little is known about how employees’ contractual beliefs alter during major organizational changes. Using a sample of air traffic control workers who have been used to stable work roles over long periods, examines employees’...
Performance‐related pay schemes which link salary to the result of an individual appraisal of performance in the job, have spread extensively over the past ten years. Draws on a national survey of trade unions and survey and case study data from local governement to examine the extent to which...
This highly polemical and Dutch‐rooted article is intended as a contribution to the debates in both popular and academic literature about business process redesign and similar change programmes. Describes BPR and its logical successor, the “holonic” organization, as operational and...
Examines trade union subscriptions in relation to the 1993 Trade Union Reform and Employment Rights Act focusing on the Association of University Teachers, where the relationship is examined between subscription payments and hypothesized factors relating to staff, union and institutional...
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