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  • Re-conceptualising voice in the non-union workplace 

    Dundon, Tony; Gollan, Paul (International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2007)
    In this paper we present a conceptual analysis of the literature and research surrounding voice in the non-union workplace. The paper begins with a definitional discussion of non-unionism ¿ what it is and what it is not, ...
  • The roles and functions of shop stewards in workplace partnership: evidence from the Republic of Ireland 

    Rittau, Yasmin; Dundon, Tony (Employee Relations, 2010)
    Purpose: This article examines the roles and influence of shop stewards under workplace partnership regimes in five case study firms in the Republic of Ireland. It assess the dynamics and potential longevity of partnership ...
  • (Still) Up to No Good: Reconfiguring Worker Resistance and Misbehaviour in an Increasingly Unorganized World 

    van den Broek, Diane; Dundon, Tony (2012)
    The way industrial conflict and worker resistance have been analyzed has undergone significant transformation over the past few decades. While researchers have observed the quantitative decline of traditional forms of ...
  • Thatcherism delayed? The Irish crisis and the paradox of social partnership 

    McDonough, Terry; Dundon, Tony (Industrial Relations Journal, 2010)
    This article reviews the state of Irish industrial relations in light of the current economic crisis. It argues that social partnership, paradoxically, was rooted in the continuation of a tradition of permissive voluntarism ...
  • Trade Unions and Bargaining For Skills 

    Dundon, Tony; Eva, David (Employee Relations Journal, 1998-03)
    This article seeks to locate the role of trade unions in bargaining for vocational, education and training (VET) within the context of workplace industrial relations. Drawing on the experiences and findings of a TUC project ...
  • Unitarism and employer resistance to trade unionism 

    Cullinane, Niall; Dundon, Tony (2012)
    Active employer resistance to trade union recognition is often explained through the rubric of the unitary ideology. Yet, little attention has been devoted to an examination of unitarism as an explanatory construct for ...