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  • Bitten by the Celtic Tiger: Immigrant Workers and Industrial Relations in the New 'Glocalized' Ireland 

    Dundon, Tony; Gonzalez-Perez, Maria; McDonough, Terrence (Economic and Industrial Democracy, 2007)
    The growth of global economic activity has resulted in a worldwide increase in migration. Despite the growing interest in migratory labour flows, there remains little detailed empirical research about the labour relations ...
  • Capturing complexity: developing an integrated approach to analysing HRM in SMEs 

    Harney, Brian; Dundon, Tony (Human Resource Management Journal, 2006)
    This article presents a framework to evaluate HRM in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), using an open systems theoretical perspective. In presenting an open systems perspective the objective is to overcome the ...
  • Changing patterns of employee voice: Case studies from the UK and Republic of Ireland 

    Wilkinson, Adrian; Dundon, Tony; Marchington, Mick; Ackers, Peter (Journal of Industrial Relations, 2004)
    In this paper we examine a wide range of employee voice mechanisms from a total of 18 case studies from the UK and Republic of Ireland. We examine how voice is defined by managers and how they link voice with improved ...
  • Conceptualising the dynamics of employee information and consultation: evidence from the Republic of Ireland 

    Dundon, Tony; Curran, Deirdre; Ryan, Paul; Maloney, Maureen (Industrial Relations Journal, 2006)
    The debate concerning the emerging regulatory environment for employee voice continues apace, in particular the requirements to inform and consult employees as a result of the European Employee Information and Consultation ...
  • Cultural Control and the Culture Manager: Employment Practices in a Consultancy 

    Grugulis, Irena; Dundon, Tony; Wilkinson, Adrian (Work Employment and Society, 2000-01-01)
    This article explores the use of company culture as a means of management control. It reports research conducted in a consultancy that aimed to secure loyalty from its employees through a conscious policy of organised play ...
  • De-collectivism and managerial ideology: towards an understanding of trade union opposition 

    Dundon, Tony; Harney, Brian; Cullinane, Tony (International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy, 2010)
    Employers have long preferred to manage without the incursion of a trade union in company affairs. Much of the extant literature views managerial opposition to unions in terms of discrete typologies of union suppression ...
  • Different rooms, different voices: Double-breasting, multi-channel representation and the managerial agenda 

    Cullinane, Niall; Donaghey, Jimmy; Dundon, Tony; Dobbins, Tony (International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2011)
    Double-breasting has been identified as where companies run union voice and non-union voice mechanisms across different plants. While research has focused on the incidence of such arrangements, there is a dearth of evidence ...
  • Different rooms, different voices: Double-breasting, multi-channel representation and the managerial agenda 

    Cullinane, Niall; Donaghey, Jimmy; Dundon, Tony; Dobbins, Tony (2011)
    Double-breasting has been identified as where companies run union voice and non-union voice mechanisms across different plants. While research has focused on the incidence of such arrangements, there is a dearth of evidence ...
  • An Emergent Theory of HRM: A Theoretical and Empirical Exploration of Determinants of HRM among Irish Small to Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) 

    Harney, Brian; Dundon, Tony (Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, 2006-11)
    Utilizing data drawn from 18 in-depth case studies the authors explore in detail the factors shaping employment in a diverse range of Irish Small and Medium Sized Enterprises. Existing theory in HRM is deemed inadequate ...
  • Employer Hostility to Union Organising in the UK 

    Dundon, Tony (Industrial Relations Journal, 2002)
    This paper presents empirical evidence about the shape and pattern of non-union employer strategies to remain union free. The data are collected from seven case studies across different industrial sectors and organisational ...
  • The ideology of union busting 

    Dundon, Tony; Cullinane, Niall; Harney, Brian (International Union Rights Journal, 2006)
    Many of the worlds largest multinationals, both American and non-American owned companies are avowedly anti-union. The likes of Walmart, Amazon, McDonalds or Disney do not oppose union representation just for pragmatic or ...
  • Information but not consultation: exploring employee involvement in SMEs 

    Wilkinson, Adrian; Dundon, Tony; Grugulis, Irena (International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2007)
    Most research on employee involvement (EI) has focused on large or ¿mainstream¿ organizations. By adopting those schemes which 'appear' to work well in larger organizations, smaller firms assume there will be enhanced ...
  • Interviewing Reluctant Respondents: Strikes, Henchmen and Gaelic Games 

    Dundon, Tony; Ryan, Paul (Organizational Research Methods, 2010)
    This paper deals with interviewing reluctant respondents. The analysis is used to construct a process oriented model of respondent rapport and empathy. By assessing respondent rapport in a reflective way the paper contributes ...
  • Looking out of the black-hole: non-union relations in an SME 

    Dundon, Tony; Grugulis, Irena; Wilkinson, Adrian (Employee Relations Journal, 1999)
    Using a single case study approach this paper provides empirical evidence about managerial practices in a small, non-unionised firm which represents many of the features characteristic of the black-hole of no unions and ...
  • The management of voice in non-union organisations: managers perspectives 

    Dundon, Tony; Wilkinson, Adrian; Marchington, Mick; Ackers, Peter (Employee Relations, 2005)
    Purpose: Given the emergence of new legal initiatives for union recognition, declining levels of union membership and the growth of alternative forms of employee representation, this paper aims to examine the management ...
  • The meanings and purpose of employee voice 

    Dundon, Tony; Wilkinson, Adrian; Marchington, Mick; Ackers, Peter (International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2004)
    In this paper we present and assess an analytical framework for examining the different 'meanings, purposes and practices' of employee voice. The data were collected from eighteen organizations in England, Scotland and ...
  • Non-union employee representation, union avoidance and the managerial agenda 

    Donaghey, Jimmy; Cullinane, Niall; Dundon, Tony; Dobbins, Tony (2011)
    Non-union employee representation is an area which has attracted much interest in the voice literature. Much of the literature has been shaped by a dialogue which considers NERs as a means of union avoidance. More recently ...
  • Post-privatised shop steward organisation and union renewal 

    Dundon, Tony (Industrial Relations Journal, 1998)
    Using an ethnographic case study approach this article provides empirical evidence concerning the response of local union stewards to managerial-led change during and after the process of privatisation. Evidence supports ...
  • The psychological contract: a critical review 

    Cullinane, Niall; Dundon, Tony (International Journal of Management Reviews, 2006)
    Literature on the psychological contract has blossomed progressively over the last ten years to the extent that it is now firmly located within the lexicon of the Human Resource Management (HRM) discipline. Yet as this ...
  • Re-conceptualising employee silence: problems and prognosis 

    Donaghey, Jimmy; Cullinane, Niall; Dundon, Tony; Wilkinson, Adrian (Work Employment and Society, 2011)
    A growing literature has emerged on employee silence, located within the field of organisational behaviour. Scholars have investigated when and how employees articulate voice and when and how they will opt for silence. ...