All Stories

  1. Analyzing the frequency of work-related content in political party manifestos
  2. How ideas about work create HR policies, and potentially cause conflict over them
  3. Reviewing the ways in which worker voice can shape political and civic participation
  4. Linking labor union strength to the nature of a country's political system
  5. Problems with employment relations scholarship shunning multiple perspectives
  6. What Causes Conflict? A New Three-Part Framework, With Applications to Improved Dispute Resolution
  7. What does cooperation really mean?
  8. How Labor Unions Can and Do Help Mothers Use Paid Maternity Leave Policies
  9. Workplace voice and participation affects political participation
  10. Do Consensual Dispute Resolution Methods Produce Better Relationships?
  11. Broadening how we think about defining worker well-being
  12. Analyzing the effects of labor unions on provincial economic performance in China
  13. The importance of work, and alternative perspectives on improving it
  14. The Goals and Assumptions of Conflict Management in Organizations
  15. The Thought of Work in Employment Relations
  16. CEO Pay and Employee Attitudes
  17. What Do Unions in a Workers’ Paradise Do? Provincial-Level Evidence on Wages, Employment, Productivity, and Economic Output in China
  18. The changing propensity and opportunity to become unionized as workers age
  19. When Do U.S. Workers First Experience Unionization?
  20. Never Say Never? Uncovering the Never-Unionized in the United States
  21. Public Policy and Employee Participation
  22. New approaches to employee voice and participation in organizations
  23. Does Employee Ignorance Undermine Shared Capitalism?
  24. Improved Metrics for Workplace Dispute Resolution Procedures: Efficiency, Equity, and Voice
  25. Symposium Introduction: Governing the Global Workplace
  26. Family-friendly work practices in Britain: Availability and perceived accessibility
  27. Employment with a Human Face: The Author Responds
  28. Practicing what we preach: Using professional degree principles to improve HRIR and management teaching
  29. The effect of unions on employee benefits: Updated employer expenditure results
  30. Just Work
  31. Wages and International Rent Sharing in Multinational Firms
  32. Are Profits Shared across Borders? Evidence on International Rent Sharing
  33. Unions and Unemployment Insurance Benefits Receipt: Evidence from the Current Population Survey
  34. Mind Maps As Classroom Exercises
  35. Unions And Family Leave
  36. International Rent Sharing in Multinational Firms
  37. Teaching labor relations: Opportunities and challenges of using technology
  38. International Rent Sharing in Multinational Firms
  39. Are Profits Shared Across Borders? Evidence on International Rent Sharing
  40. The effect of strike replacement legislation on employment
  41. The Effect of Strike Replacement Legislation on Employment
  42. The Effect of Unions on the Receipt of Unemployment Insurance Benefits
  43. Union Wage Determination in Canadian and U.S. Manufacturing, 1964–1990: A Comparative Analysis
  44. Survey evidence on the predictors of workplace violence and its negative effects on victims
  45. The internal union political imperative for UAW pattern bargaining
  46. Institutional Turmoil and Strike Activity in Korea
  47. A Social Welfare Theory of Trade Unions
  48. Intentional Age-Misreporting, Age-Heaping, and the 1908 Old Age Pensions Act in Ireland
  49. The future of employee voice
  50. Perspectives on the Employment Relationship & the Implications for Human Resource Management
  51. A Meta-paradigm for Revitalizing Industrial Relations
  52. What is Work?
  53. Values, Ideologies, and Frames of Reference in Industrial Relations