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Recent research exploring a range of arguments about trends in human resource management (HRM) provides contrasting evidence in evaluating the state of HRM. Methods using either fit with "best practice" or fit with contingencies as ways of evaluating the state of HRM have been foremost....
This article critically examines the proposition that industrial relations in banking in the UK are undergoing a move from paternalism to adversarialism and then to partnership. It uses these as ideal-types totrack and explain the developments in industrial relations and argues that the sectoris...
The concepts of mutuality, learning and change are embedded in the ideas surrounding employee led development (ELD) schemes. This paper explores the extent to which these concepts are an accurate reflection of the way such schemes are organised in practice. The article is based on qualitative...
This paper investigates the relationship between national culture and the main dimensions of employment flexibility. A cultural model of comparative labour market flexibility is developed. Using Hofstede's indices for measuring national culture, hypotheses concerning the association between a...
It is apparent from existing research in the UK that little is known about how forms ofnon-union employee representation (NER) are composed, their independence from managerial influence, the "representativeness" of such bodies, and their accountability. In addition, little has been documented...
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