ISSN 0958-5192, Online ISSN: 1466-4399
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Introduction to the symposium: doing research in comparative industrial relations
Lansbury R. D.; Wailes N.
Comparative research in industrial relations: helping the survey cross frontiers
Whitfield K.; Delbridge R.; Brown W.
Gender and regional employment differences: an industrial relations approach
Knowledge regimes and political power: the social construction of knowledge
The importance of small differences: the effects of research design on the comparative study of industrial relations reform in Australia and New Zealand
Effects of strategic human resource management on strategic vision
Chew I.K-H.; Chong P.
New Zealand HRD practitioner competencies: application of the ASTD competency model
Predicting employee commitment and satisfaction: the relative effects of socialization and demographics
Taormina R. J.
The role of the personnel function: roles, perceptions and processes in an NHS trust
Procter S.; Currie G.
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