Kay Greasley
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Employee perceptions of empowerment
K Greasley, A Bryman, A Dainty, A Price, R Soetanto, N King
Employee relations 27 (4), 354-368, 2005
Absence management and presenteeism: The pressures on employees to attend work and the impact of attendance on performance
D Baker‐McClearn, K Greasley, J Dale, F Griffith
Human Resource Management Journal 20 (3), 311-328, 2010
Understanding empowerment from an employee perspective: What does it mean and do they want it?
K Greasley, A Bryman, A Dainty, A Price, N Naismith, R Soetanto
Team Performance Management: An International Journal 14 (1/2), 39-55, 2008
The phenomenology of ‘approach to studying’: The university student's studies within the lifeworld
K Greasley, P Ashworth
British Educational Research Journal 33 (6), 819-843, 2007
How do strategic actors think about the value of talent management? Moving from talent practice to the practice of talent
H Makram, P Sparrow, K Greasley
Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance 4 (4), 259-378, 2017
Barriers to rehabilitation and return to work for unemployed chronic pain patients: a qualitative study
S Patel, K Greasley, PJ Watson
European journal of pain 11 (8), 831-840, 2007
Project affinity: the role of emotional attachment in construction projects
ARJ Dainty, A Bryman, ADF Price, K Greasley, R Soetanto, N King
Construction Management and Economics 23 (3), 241-244, 2005
HR analytics: The onto‐epistemology and politics of metricised HRM
K Greasley, P Thomas
Human Resource Management Journal 30 (4), 494-507, 2020
Absence from work
P Edwards, K Greasley
Eurofound, 2010
The phenomenology of ‘approach to studying’: the idiographic turn
P Ashworth, K Greasley
Studies in Higher Education 34 (5), 561-576, 2009
A virtual learning environment for operations management: Assessing the student's perspective
A Greasley, D Bennett, K Greasley
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 24 (10), 974-993, 2004
The formation of public‐public partnerships: A case study examination of collaboration on a “back to work” initiative
K Greasley, PJ Watson, S Patel
International Journal of Public Sector Management 21 (3), 305-313, 2008
The impact of organisational change on public sector employees implementing the UK Government's “Back to work” programme
K Greasley, P Watson, S Patel
Employee Relations 31 (4), 382-397, 2009
When do health and well-being interventions work? Managerial commitment and context
K Greasley, P Edwards
Economic and Industrial Democracy 36 (2), 355-377, 2015
Does gender affect students' approaches to learning?
K Greasley
Motivating students, 105-112, 2014
Why do organisations engage in HR initiatives? A test case of a health and wellbeing intervention
K Greasley, P Edwards, D Baker‐McClearn, J Dale
Employee Relations 34 (4), 443-462, 2012
Engendering trust in the construction supply chain
N Naismith, ADF Price, ARJ Dainty, A Bryman, K Greasley, R Soetanto
Loughborough University, 2005
A phenomenological study of the meanings of approaches to learning in higher education
K Greasley
PQDT-Global, 2003
Perceptions of empowerment in construction projects
K Greasley, A Bryman, A Dainty, N King, A Price
Employee Relations 27 (4/5), 354-368, 2005
Using an employee perspective of management to improve construction project performance
K Greasley, A Price, A Dainty, A Bryman, R Soetanto, N King
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