Stewart Johnstone
Stewart Johnstone
Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Employment Relations, Newcastle University
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Integrating products and services through life: an aerospace experience
S Johnstone, A Dainty, Wilkinson, Adrian
International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 2009
237*2009
Do human resource practices enhance organizational commitment in SME s with low employee satisfaction?
G Saridakis, R Muņoz Torres, S Johnstone
British Journal of Management 24 (3), 445-458, 2013
972013
In search of ‘product-service’: evidence from aerospace, construction, and engineering
S Johnstone, A Dainty, A Wilkinson
The Service Industries Journal 28 (6), 861-875, 2008
862008
The British partnership phenomenon: a ten year review
S Johnstone, P Ackers, A Wilkinson
Human Resource Management Journal 19 (3), 260-279, 2009
842009
Are the HR responses of small firms different from large firms in times of recession?
Y Lai, G Saridakis, R Blackburn, S Johnstone
Journal of Business Venturing 31 (1), 113-131, 2016
762016
Voice behavior and work engagement: the moderating role of supervisor‐attributed motives
JW Cheng, KM Lu, YY Chang, J S.
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 51 (1), 81-102, 2013
762013
Human resource practices, employee attitudes and small firm performance
Y Lai, G Saridakis, S Johnstone
International Small Business Journal, 2016
442016
Finding a Voice at Work? New Perspectives on Employment Relations
S Johnstone, P Ackers
New Perspectives on Employment Relations, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015
36*2015
Trade unions as professional associations
P Ackers
Finding a voice at work, 95-126, 2015
352015
Better than nothing? Is non-union partnership a contradiction in terms?
S Johnstone, P Ackers, A Wilkinson
Journal of Industrial Relations 52 (2), 151-168, 2010
352010
Employee silence and the authoritarian personality
AR Timming, S Johnstone
International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 2015
272015
Frames of reference and worker participation
E Heery
Finding a voice at work, 21-43, 2015
272015
Changing patterns of human resource management in construction
A Wilkinson, S Johnstone, K Townsend
Construction Management and economics 30 (7), 507-512, 2012
272012
Partnership paradoxes
S Johnstone, A Wilkinson, P Ackers
Employee Relations, 2004
262004
Reconceptualizing the Service Paradox in Engineering Companies: Is HR a Missing Link?
S Johnstone, A Wilkinson, A Dainty
Engineering Management, IEEE Transactions on 61 (2), 275-284, 2014
232014
Applying Budd’s model to partnership
S Johnstone, A Wilkinson, P Ackers
Economic and Industrial Democracy 32 (2), 307-328, 2011
182011
Critical incidents of partnership: five years' experience at NatBank
S Johnstone, A Wilkinson, P Ackers
Industrial Relations Journal 41 (4), 382-398, 2010
182010
Developing positive employment relations: international experiences of labour–management partnership
S Johnstone, A Wilkinson
Developing Positive Employment Relations, 3-24, 2016
172016
The case for workplace partnership
S Johnstone
Finding a Voice at Work: New Perspectives on Employment Relations, 153-176, 2015
172015
Managing multiple forms of employment in the construction sector: implications for HRM
JZ Raja, SD Green, R Leiringer, A Dainty, S Johnstone
Human Resource Management Journal 23 (3), 313-328, 2013
172013
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