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Publications in Human resources and labor relations

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Australian Bulletin of Labour Trade Magazine/Journal Mar 1, 2015
Career Development Quarterly Trade Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2015
Communication World Trade Magazine/Journal Feb 1, 2014
Directors & Boards Professional Magazine/Journal Sep 9, 2015
Industrial Management Trade Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2011
Journal of Managerial Issues Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 22, 2014
Labour/Le Travail Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2015
  • Jonathan Crary, 24/7: Late Capitalism and the Ends of Sleep.
  • Thomas Piketty, Capital in the Twenty-First Century.
  • Robin Truth Goodman, Gender Work: Feminism after Neoliberalism.
  • Maurizio Atzeni, ed., Workers and Labour in a Globalised Capitalism: Contemporary Themes and Theoretical Issues.
  • Marcel van der Linden and Karl Heinz Roth, eds., Beyond Marx: Theorising the Global Labour Relations of the Twenty-First Century.
  • Jamie K. McCallum, Global Unions, Local Power: The New Spirit of Transnational Labor Organizing.
  • Doug Miller, Last Night Shift in Savar: The Story of the Spectrum Sweater Factory Collapse.
  • Paul Gillingham and Benjamin T. Smith, eds., Dictablanda: Politics, Work, and Culture in Mexico, 1938-1968.
  • James L. Turk, ed., Academic Freedom in Conflict: The Struggle over Free Speech Rights in the University.
  • David Convery, ed., Locked Out: A Century of Irish Working-Class Life.
  • Wade Matthews, The New Left, National Identity, and the Break-up of Britain.
  • John Field, Working Men's Bodies: Work Camps in Britain, 1880-1940.
  • Margaret F. MacDonald and Patricia de Montfort, An American in London: Whistler and the Thames.
  • John Tully, Silvertown: The Lost Story of a Strike That Shook London and Helped Launch the Labor Movement.
  • Stanley Aronowitz, The Death and Life of American Labor: Toward a New Workers' Movement.
  • Ruth Milkman and Ed Ott, eds., New Labor in New York: Precarious Workers and the Future of the Labor Movement.
  • Steve Early, Save Our Unions: Dispatches from a Movement in Distress.
  • Jake Rosenfeld, What Unions No Longer Do.
  • Gordon Young, Teardown: Memoir of a Vanishing City.
  • Matt Stahl, Un free Masters: Recording Artists and the Politics of Work.
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    Management Quarterly Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 22, 2010
    Monthly Labor Review Trade Magazine/Journal Oct 1, 2015
    People & Strategy Trade Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2015
    Perspective General Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2006
    Research and Practice in Human Resource Management Academic Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2012
    Risk Management Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 1, 2015
    Training Journal Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 1, 2008
  • L Vaughan Spencer: this month, the Gangsta Motivator urges you to look at yourself.
  • Praesta Partners.
  • Hints & tips: UK companies need to aspire to excellence if they are to withstand global competition, says Simon Feary.
  • Thinking tools: Debbie Carter focusses this month's exercises on seeing a relationship in different ideas or concepts.
  • Net check: in our series looking at the best of the web, Garry Platt finds a "scorcher" of a web site offering a range of practical training videos.
  • Super models: in a series of articles examining learning models, Dr Mike Clayton looks at Gardner's Multiple Intelligences--so many ways to succeed.
  • Relax into wealth: how to get more by doing less.
  • Anxiety at work: in the latest of our series looking at the emotions likely to be dealt with during coaching, Gladeana McMahon focusses on anxiety.
  • Tools of the trade: in a regular series, Carol Wilson identifies the tools and models frequently used during coaching projects. This month, she looks...
  • A business benefit? Making assessment centres strategic.
  • Intrapreneurship: leveraging organisational talent: Beverley Hamilton outlines how organisations can leverage talent by nurturing their intrapreneurs.
  • What 'type' of training do trainers like to deliver? TJ and Academy28 ran a survey into the behavioural preferences of trainers, what impact they...
  • Brand planning your career: in the second of a series examining how business processes can be applied to people development, Mike Barrett and Mark...
  • How to say no: saying 'no' can be a good thing, says Clare Forrest.
  • Talent management: in a new series looking at talent development and management, David Kesby examines the role of ethics.
  • Learning how to lead: Middlesex University has been shortlisted for a top award for a leadership development programme it ran last year for academics...
  • Passionate about work-based learning: youngsters taking the vocational route in Wales have a new champion fighting their corner. Elizabeth Eyre talks...
  • ICT training comes into focus for e-skills UK: the sector skills council's latest labour market review takes an in-depth look at the training...
  • Analysing the skills gap: top of the agenda at this year's Infobasis Skills Summit was the skills gap and how to close it. Rachael McGahern went...
  • Could do better: as the CIPD's spotlight fell once again on talent management, delegates were told that organisations' efforts were inadequate....
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