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Volume 32, issue 6, 2018

The ‘Problem’ with the Employment Tribunal System: Reform, Rhetoric and Realities for the Clients of Citizens’ Advice Bureaux pp. 975-991 Downloads
Eleanor Kirk
Labour Market Attachment Following Major Workforce Downsizings: A Comparison of Displaced and Retained Workers pp. 992-1010 Downloads
Arja Jolkkonen, Pertti Koistinen, Arja Kurvinen, Liudmila Lipiäinen, Tapio Nummi and Pekka Virtanen
Can Religious Affiliation Explain the Disadvantage of Muslim Women in the British Labour Market? pp. 1011-1028 Downloads
Nabil Khattab and Shereen Hussein
Institutional Logics and Low Skills: The Case of the Private Security Sector in Singapore pp. 1029-1043 Downloads
Soon Joo Gog, Johnny Sung and David N Ashton
The Exclusive Nature of Inclusive Productive Employment in the Rural Areas of Northern Ethiopia pp. 1044-1060 Downloads
Crelis F Rammelt, Maggi Leung and Kebede Manjur Gebru
Powerful Times: Flexible Discipline and Schedule Gifts at Work pp. 1061-1077 Downloads
Alex J Wood
Linking the Sectoral Employment Structure and Household Poverty in the United Kingdom pp. 1078-1098 Downloads
Paul Sissons, Anne E Green and Neil Lee
Is Employment Polarisation Inevitable? Occupational Change in Ireland and Switzerland, 1970–2010 pp. 1099-1117 Downloads
Emily C Murphy and Daniel Oesch
Research Ethics in an Unethical World: The Politics and Morality of Engaged Research pp. 1118-1129 Downloads
Claudio Morrison and Devi Sacchetto
Working for Change in India’s Civil Society pp. 1130-1139 Downloads
Darryl Humble and Hiresh Mani
Book Review: Colin Hay and Anthony Payne, Civic Capitalism pp. 1140-1141 Downloads
Jeffrey Kahana
Book Review: Jamie Woodcock, Working the Phones: Control and Resistance in Call Centres pp. 1141-1143 Downloads
Julie Monroe
Book Review: Eli Friedman, Zhongjin Li and Hao Ren (eds), China on Strike: Narratives of Workers’ Resistance pp. 1143-1144 Downloads
Xuebing Cao
Thank You to Referees pp. 1145-1145 Downloads
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Volume 32, issue 5, 2018

Understanding the Perception of the ‘Migrant Work Ethic’ pp. 811-830 Downloads
Chris Dawson, Michail Veliziotis and Benjamin Hopkins
Palestinian Arabs and Jews at Work: Workplace Encounters in a War-Torn Country and the Grassroots Strategy of ‘Split Ascription’ pp. 831-849 Downloads
Asaf Darr
From Labour Migrant to Stay-at-Home Mother? Childcare and Return to Work among Migrant Mothers from the EU Accession Countries in Ireland pp. 850-867 Downloads
Antje Rö der, Mark Ward and Carmen-Adriana Frese
Social Skills, Workplaces and Social Remittances: A Case of Post-Accession Migrants pp. 868-886 Downloads
Izabela Grabowska
‘Chicken and Duck Talk’: Life and Death of Language Training at a Japanese Multinational in China pp. 887-905 Downloads
Yu Zheng and Chris Smith
Barriers for Highly Qualified A8 Immigrants in the UK Labour Market pp. 906-924 Downloads
Ibrahim Sirkeci, Necla Acik, Bradley Saunders and Andrej Přívara
Unfreedom Unbound: Developing a Cumulative Approach to Understanding Unfree Labour in Singapore pp. 925-941 Downloads
Sallie Yea and Stephanie Chok
Bricolage as Survival, Growth and Transformation: The Role of Patch-Working in the Social Agency of Migrant Entrepreneurs pp. 942-962 Downloads
María Villares-Varela, Monder Ram and Trevor Jones
Book review: Gregor Gall, Sex Worker Unionization: Global Developments, Challenges and Possibilities pp. 963-964 Downloads
Eva Klambauer
Book Review: Violaine Delteil and Vassil Kirov (eds), Labour and Social Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe: Europeanization and Beyond pp. 965-966 Downloads
Phil Almond
Informality, Precarious Work and New Approaches to Complex Realities pp. 967-970 Downloads
Lorena Poblete

Volume 32, issue 4, 2018

The Many Faces of Gender Inequality at Work pp. 623-628 Downloads
Daniela Lup, T Alexandra Beauregard and Maria Adamson
Convergence or Divergence? Educational Discrepancies in Work-Care Arrangements of Mothers with Young Children in Germany pp. 629-649 Downloads
Juliane Frederike Stahl and Pia Sophia Schober
Unemployment and the Division of Housework in Europe pp. 650-669 Downloads
Tanja van der Lippe, Judith Treas and Lukas Norbutas
Transnational Labour Migration and the place of Reproductive Labour: Trailing Wives and Community Support in Boddington pp. 670-686 Downloads
Robyn Mayes and Paul Koshy
Flexible men and Successful Women: The Effects of Flexible Working Hours on German Couples’ Wages pp. 687-706 Downloads
Laura Antonia Langner
The Institutionalised Undervaluation of Women’s Work: The Case of Local Government Sector Collective Agreements pp. 707-725 Downloads
Paula Koskinen Sandberg, Maria Törnroos and Roosa Kohvakka
Dynamics of the Gender Earnings Inequality in Reform-Era Urban China pp. 726-746 Downloads
Guangye He and Xiaogang Wu
Good, Bad and Very Bad Part-time Jobs for Women? Re-examining the Importance of Occupational Class for Job Quality since the ‘Great Recession’ in Britain pp. 747-767 Downloads
Tracey Warren and Clare Lyonette
Workplace Variation in Fatherhood Wage Premiums: Do Formalization and Performance Pay Matter? pp. 768-788 Downloads
Sylvia Fuller and Lynn Prince Cooke
The Good, the Not So Good and the Ugly: Gender Equality, Equal Pay and Austerity in English Local Government pp. 789-805 Downloads
Hazel Conley and Margaret Page

Volume 32, issue 3, 2018

In, Against and Beyond Precarity: Work in Insecure Times pp. 447-457 Downloads
Gabriella Alberti, Ioulia Bessa, Kate Hardy, Vera Trappmann and Charles Umney
Lost in Administration: (Re)Producing Precarious Citizenship for Young University-Educated Intra-EU Migrants in Brussels pp. 458-474 Downloads
Anna Simola 
Paying for Free Delivery: Dependent Self-Employment as a Measure of Precarity in Parcel Delivery pp. 475-492 Downloads
Sian Moore and Kirsty Newsome
Masculinity and Precarity: Male Migrant Taxi Drivers in South China pp. 493-508 Downloads
Susanne YP Choi
Challenges and Contradictions in the ‘Normalising’ of Precarious Work pp. 509-527 Downloads
Jill Rubery, Damian Grimshaw, Arjan Keizer and Mathew Johnson
Post-Wage Politics and the Rise of Community Capitalism pp. 528-545 Downloads
Silke van Dyk
Tackling Precarious Work in Public Supply Chains: A Comparison of Local Government Procurement Policies in Denmark, Germany and the UK pp. 546-563 Downloads
Karen Jaehrling, Mathew Johnson, Trine P Larsen, Bjarke Refslund and Damian Grimshaw
Contrived Competition and Manufactured Uncertainty: Understanding Managerial Job Insecurity Narratives in Large Corporations pp. 564-580 Downloads
John Hassard and Jonathan Morris
Resource Mobilisation and Precarious Workers’ Organisations: An Analysis of the Chilean Subcontracted Mineworkers’ Unions pp. 581-598 Downloads
Omar Manky
Class and Precarity: An Unhappy Coupling in China’s Working Class Formation pp. 599-615 Downloads
Chris Smith and Ngai Pun
Book Review: Creativity and Precarity, from New Labour to Alt-Labour: Angela McRobbie, Be Creative: Making a Living in the New Culture Industries and Nicole S Cohen, Writers’ Rights: Freelance Journalism in a Digital Age pp. 616-619 Downloads
Frederick Harry Pitts

Volume 32, issue 2, 2018

Anticipatory Socialization and the Construction of the Employable Graduate: A Critical Analysis of Employers’ Graduate Careers Websites pp. 239-256 Downloads
Karen Handley
Pride Against Prejudice? The Stakes of Concealment and Disclosure of a Stigmatized Identity for Gay and Lesbian Auditors pp. 257-273 Downloads
Sebastien Stenger and Thomas Roulet
The Academic Game: Compliance and Resistance in Universities pp. 274-291 Downloads
Senia Kalfa, Adrian Wilkinson and Paul J Gollan
Work Orientations, Well-Being and Job Content of Self-Employed and Employed Professionals pp. 292-311 Downloads
Peter Warr and Ilke Inceoglu
Femininities in STEM: Outsiders Within pp. 312-329 Downloads
Pat O’Connor, Clare O’Hagan and Breda Gray
Eroding ‘Respectability’: Deprofessionalization Through Organizational Spaces pp. 330-347 Downloads
Sabina Siebert, Stacey Bushfield, Graeme Martin and Brian Howieson
Occupational Prestige and Gender-Occupational Segregation pp. 348-367 Downloads
Inmaculada García-Mainar, Victor Montuenga and Guillermo García-Martín
Workplace Skill Investments – An Early Career Glass Ceiling? Job Complexity and Wages Among Young Professionals in Sweden pp. 368-386 Downloads
Katarina Boye and Anne Grönlund
Are You Moving Up or Falling Short? An Inquiry of Skills-based Variation in Self-perceived Employability among Norwegian Employees pp. 387-406 Downloads
Ida Drange, Vilde Hoff Bernstrøm and Svenn-Erik Mamelund
Something to Celebrate (or not): The Differing Impact of Promotion to Manager on the Job Satisfaction of Women and Men pp. 407-425 Downloads
Daniela Lup
Sports Psychology in the English Premier League: ‘It Feels Precarious and is Precarious’ pp. 426-435 Downloads
Sarah Gilmore, Christopher Wagstaff and John Smith
Book Review Symposium: Caroline Lloyd and Jonathan Payne, Skills in the Age of Over-Qualification: Comparing Service Sector Work in Europe pp. 436-437 Downloads
Françoise Carré
Book Review Symposium: Caroline Lloyd and Jonathan Payne, Skills in the Age of Over-Qualification: Comparing Service Sector Work in Europe pp. 438-439 Downloads
Mark Stuart
Book Review Symposium: Caroline Lloyd and Jonathan Payne, Skills in the Age of Over-Qualification: Comparing Service Sector Work in Europe pp. 439-441 Downloads
Angela Knox
Response to Reviews of Skills in the Age of Over-Qualification: Comparing Service Sector Work in Europe pp. 441-443 Downloads
Caroline Lloyd and Jonathan Payne

Volume 32, issue 1, 2018

Capabilities and Choices of Vulnerable, Long-Term Unemployed Individuals pp. 3-19 Downloads
Vanessa Beck
Influence of Work–Welfare Cycling and Labour Market Segmentation on Employment Histories of Young Long-Term Unemployed pp. 20-37 Downloads
Alexander McTier and Alan McGregor
Rewarding Work: Cross-National Differences in Benefits, Volunteering During Unemployment, Well-Being and Mental Health pp. 38-56 Downloads
Daiga KamerÄ de and Matthew R Bennett
Evidence from the ‘Frontline’? An Ethnographic Problematisation of Welfare-to-Work Administrator Opinions pp. 57-74 Downloads
John David Jordan
Maternal Employment: Enabling Factors in Context pp. 75-92 Downloads
Giulia M Dotti Sani and Stefani Scherer
Britain’s Older Employees in Decline, 1990–2006: A Panel Analysis of Pay pp. 93-113 Downloads
Deborah Smeaton and Michael White
Contemporary Employer Interest Representation in the United Kingdom pp. 114-132 Downloads
Leon Gooberman, Marco Hauptmeier and Edmund Heery
The Work of Community Gardens: Reclaiming Place for Community in the City pp. 133-149 Downloads
Andrew Cumbers, Deirdre Shaw, John Crossan and Robert McMaster
Occupations, the Missing Link? A New Theoretical and Methodological Approach to Product Markets, Skill and Pay pp. 150-168 Downloads
Angela Knox and Chris Warhurst
‘Cool’ Meanings: Tattoo Artists, Body Work and Organizational ‘Bodyscape’ pp. 169-185 Downloads
Ruth Simpson and Alison Pullen
The Health and Well-Being at Work Agenda: Good News for (Disabled) Workers or Just a Capital Idea? pp. 186-197 Downloads
Deborah Foster
Pointless Diversity Training: Unconscious Bias, New Racism and Agency pp. 198-209 Downloads
Mike Noon
‘You End Up with Nothing’: The Experience of Being a Statistic of ‘In-Work Poverty’ in the UK pp. 210-218 Downloads
Jo McBride, Andrew Smith and Marcell Mbala
A Beginning and not the End: Work After a Diagnosis of Dementia pp. 219-229 Downloads
Jannine Williams, Sue Richardson and Elizabeth Draper
Book Review: Susan Bisom-Rapp and Malcolm Sargeant, Lifetime Disadvantage, Discrimination and the Gendered Workforce pp. 230-231 Downloads
Erika Kispeter
Book Review: Emiliana Armano, Arianna Bove and Annalisa Murgia, Mapping Precariousness, Labour Insecurity and Uncertain Livelihoods: Subjectivities and Resistance pp. 231-233 Downloads
Constantine Manolchev
Book Review: Suzan Lewis, Deirdre Anderson, Clare Lyonette, Nicola Payne and Stephen Wood (eds), Work–Life Balance in Times of Recession, Austerity and Beyond pp. 233-235 Downloads
Judie M Gannon
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