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Author:Linda Glover , Olga Tregaskis , Peter Butler
Data Source:[J].The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2014, Vol.25 (6), pp.895-914Taylor & Francis
Abstract:‘Who gains from partnership?’ is a topic that has been hotly debated (Roche 2009) and it has been suggested that the ‘balance of advantage’ is often skewed towards employers. However, employee testimony remains limited. To address this gap, the paper examines employee e...
Author:Linda Glover , Noel Siu
Data Source:[J].The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2000, Vol.11 (5), pp.867-882Taylor & Francis
Abstract:China has one of the fastest growing economies in the world. The challenge for the future is likely to be the extent to which Chinese operations can utilize modern management techniques to improve product and service quality. This paper explores some of the problems that were aff...
Author:Linda Glover , Adrian Wilkinson
Data Source:[J].The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2007, Vol.18 (8), pp.1437-1455Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This paper explores the factors that served to dislodge an espoused strategy of quality management with ‘soft’ HRM within a British subsidiary of a Korean owned multinational company. Accounts from British and Korean managers revealed competing sets of tensions at three leve...
Author:Noel Yee-Man Siu , Linda Glover
Data Source:[J].Asia Pacific Business Review, 2001, Vol.7 (3), pp.57-74Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This article investigates barriers to effective managerial practices in China in the 1990s. Strategic and enactment theories were adopted to explain how change is managed. The evidence is drawn from 129 questionnaires, which were administered to indigenous Chinese managers involv...
Author:Linda Glover , Peter Butler
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Management Journal, 2012, Vol.22 (2), pp.199-215Wiley
Abstract:High performance work systems (HPWS) and workplace partnership have generated immense academic and practitioner interest in recent years, however little is known about how combining them affects the working lives of HR professionals. This represents a significant omission as...
Author:Linda Glover , Peter Butler
Data Source:[J].British Journal of Management, 2013, Vol.24 (2), pp.225-244Wiley
Abstract:Accumulating research suggests that the adoption of high performance work practices ( HPWPs ) is related to organizations' performance. The evidence base is limited by its reliance on retrospective survey reports. This study uses an intervention, including longitudinal interview ...

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