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Volume 53, issue 5, 2022

Union membership and job satisfaction over the life course pp. 411-429 Downloads
David G. Blanchflower and Alex Bryson
Labour migration policy post‐Brexit: The contested meaning of regulation by old and new actors pp. 430-445 Downloads
Gabriella Alberti and Jo Cutter
In the interest of everyone? Support for social movement unionism among union officials in Quebec (Canada) pp. 446-465 Downloads
Lorenzo Frangi, Sinisa Hadziabdic and Anthony C. Masi
Precariousness during an ongoing crisis. Cultural workers and the corona pandemic pp. 466-483 Downloads
Beate Elstad, Erik Døving and Dag Jansson
The role of nurses' unions in workplace innovation in Australian and Canadian hospitals: Analysing union strategies pp. 484-500 Downloads
Pauline Stanton, Timothy Bartram and Greg J. Bamber

Volume 53, issue 4, 2022

What can analysis of 47 million job advertisements tell us about how opportunities for homeworking are evolving in the United Kingdom? pp. 281-302 Downloads
Julia Darby, Stuart McIntyre and Graeme Roy
The financial status of national unions pp. 303-335 Downloads
Marick F. Masters, Raymond F. Gibney and Robert Albright
Job demands and well‐being in universities in the pandemic: A longitudinal study pp. 336-367 Downloads
Stephen Wood
Varieties of organised decentralisation across sectors in Denmark: A company perspective pp. 368-389 Downloads
Trine Pernille Larsen and Anna Ilsøe
The role of union health and safety representatives during the COVID‐19 pandemic: A case study of the UK food processing, distribution, and retail sectors pp. 390-407 Downloads
Minjie Cai, Sian Moore, Chris Ball, Matt Flynn and Ken Mulkearn

Volume 53, issue 3, 2022

Harder, better, faster, stronger? Work intensity and ‘good work’ in the United Kingdom pp. 189-206 Downloads
Tom Hunt and Harry Pickard
The global ‘hot shop’: COVID‐19 as a union organising catalyst pp. 207-219 Downloads
Michael David Maffie
Conflict and control in the contemporary workplace: Structured antagonism revisited pp. 220-240 Downloads
Paul Edwards and Andy Hodder
Dignity and bargaining power: Insights from struggles in strawberries pp. 241-260 Downloads
Matthew M. Fischer‐Daly
The influence of ‘soft’ fair work regulation on union recovery: A case of re‐recognition in the Scottish voluntary social care sector pp. 261-277 Downloads
Ian Cunningham, Philip James and Alina Baluch

Volume 53, issue 2, 2022

Mobilising societal power: Understanding public support for nursing strikes pp. 93-109 Downloads
Mary Naughton
Defending workers' rights on social media: Chinese seafarers during the COVID‐19 pandemic pp. 110-125 Downloads
Lijun Tang
How does informalisation encourage or inhibit collective action by migrant workers? A comparative analysis of logistics warehouses in Italy and hand car washes in Britain pp. 126-141 Downloads
Gabriella Cioce, Ian Clark and James Hunter
When do workers support executive aggrandizement? Lessons from the recent Turkish experience pp. 142-159 Downloads
Fulya Apaydin, Ferit Serkan Öngel, Jonas W. Schmid and Erol Ülker
The link between smoking, drinking and wages: Health, workplace social capital or discrimination? pp. 160-183 Downloads
Maryam Dilmaghani
Book Review: Perspectives on Neoliberalism, Labour and Globalization in India, by K.R. Shyam Sundar, Palgrave Macmillan and Springer. 2019. ISBN 978‐981‐13‐6971‐1 (Hbk) £119.99 ISBN (eBook) £95.90 pp. 184-185 Downloads
Vidu Badigannavar

Volume 53, issue 1, 2022

Greening work–life balance: Connecting work, caring and the environment pp. 3-18 Downloads
Katherine Ravenswood
Political attitudes, participation and union membership in the UK pp. 19-34 Downloads
Marco Trentini
Financialisation, globalisation, and the industrial labour share: A comparison between Iran and Thailand pp. 35-52 Downloads
Giorgos Gouzoulis
Unionization and CEO turnover pp. 53-70 Downloads
Nancy D. Ursel and Ligang Zhong
How the past of outsourcing and offshoring is the future of post‐pandemic remote work: A typology, a model and a review pp. 71-89 Downloads
Christopher L. Erickson and Peter Norlander

Volume 52, issue 6, 2021

Strike ballots under the 2016 Trade Union Act: Unions mobilise to counter the latest legal onslaught pp. 479-501 Downloads
Dave Lyddon
When are European Works Councils informed and consulted, and how do they gain influence? A quantitative analysis pp. 502-527 Downloads
Stan De Spiegelaere
Rethinking trade union density: A new index for measuring union strength pp. 528-549 Downloads
Anne Metten
Inequality at work and employees' perceptions of organisational fairness pp. 550-568 Downloads
Duncan Gallie, Alan Felstead, Francis Green and Golo Henseke
Brexit and the ‘left behind’: Job polarization and the rise in support for leaving the European Union pp. 569-588 Downloads
Stephen Drinkwater

Volume 52, issue 5, 2021

Recalling the moral dimension: Transnational labour interests and corporate social responsibilities pp. 389-405 Downloads
Catherine Casey, Helen Delaney and Antje Fiedler
Workforce adjustment strategies and concession bargaining in times of crisis: A qualitative approach based on French case studies pp. 406-422 Downloads
Noélie Delahaie and Coralie Perez
Good or bad jobs? Characteristics of older female part‐time work pp. 423-441 Downloads
Maeve O'Sullivan, Christine Cross and Jonathan Lavelle
A case of employers never letting a good crisis go to waste? An investigation of how work becomes even more precarious for hourly paid workers under Covid pp. 442-457 Downloads
Eva Herman, Jill Rubery and Gail Hebson
Hotel employees' views on fairness, well‐being and collective representation in times of the coronavirus crisis: Evidence from Poland pp. 458-475 Downloads
Piotr Zientara, Joanna Adamska‐Mieruszewska and Monika Bąk

Volume 52, issue 4, 2021

Organisational accreditation, workforce training and perceptions of performance pp. 291-314 Downloads
Getinet Haile
Violation and lack of awareness of employment rights in the United Kingdom's hotel industry: Isolation, fragmentation and barriers to labour enforcement pp. 315-330 Downloads
Orestis Papadopoulos, Marti Lopez‐Andreu and Mandi Jamalian
Public justifications for the US minimum wage pp. 331-347 Downloads
Mark Benton
Platform work in a Coordinated Market Economy pp. 348-363 Downloads
Corinna Funke and Georg Picot
Turning the tide? Economic reforms and union revival in India pp. 364-385 Downloads
Vidu Badigannavar, John Kelly and Manik Kumar

Volume 52, issue 3, 2021

Men, women and unions pp. 201-217 Downloads
Getinet Haile
The effects of collective bargaining systems on the productivity function of firms: An analysis of bargaining structures and processes and the implications for policy making pp. 218-236 Downloads
Bernd Brandl and Nils Braakmann
The evolution of Portuguese trade unionism: Political economies and power resources pp. 237-254 Downloads
Hugo Dias
Anything goes? Exploring the limits of employment law in UK hospitality and catering pp. 255-269 Downloads
Gregoris Ioannou and Ruth Dukes
Social movement unionism through radical democracy: The case of the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions and climate change pp. 270-285 Downloads
Jane Parker, Ozan Nadir Alakavuklar and Sam Huggard

Volume 52, issue 2, 2021

Fewer jobs, better jobs? An international comparative study of robots and ‘routine’ work in the public sector pp. 109-124 Downloads
Caroline Lloyd and Jonathan Payne
Does work socialisation matter? Worker engagement in political activities, attachment to democracy and openness to immigration pp. 125-144 Downloads
Lorraine Ryan and Thomas Turner
Workplace universalism and the integration of migrant workers and refugees in Germany pp. 145-160 Downloads
Werner Schmidt and Andrea Müller
Managerial Jacobinism and performance in the private sector: Evidence from the Turkish shipyards for a vertical frame pp. 161-182 Downloads
Surhan Cam and Serap Palaz
Does the open shop harm union collective action? pp. 183-197 Downloads
Roland Zullo

Volume 52, issue 1, 2021

The causal effect of the number of children on gender‐specific labour supply elasticities to the firm pp. 2-24 Downloads
Céline Detilleux and Nick Deschacht
Unionisation and mobilisation within platform work: towards precarisation—a case of Uber drivers in Poland pp. 25-39 Downloads
Dominika Polkowska
The gender representation gap: implications for workplace union effectiveness pp. 40-63 Downloads
Anne‐marie Greene, Gill Kirton, Maria Koumenta and Amy Humphris
On‐the‐job training: a skill match approach to the determinants of lifelong learning pp. 64-81 Downloads
Tomas Korpi and Michael Tåhlin
The genesis of private dispute resolution in Irish industrial relations pp. 82-106 Downloads
William K. Roche
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