Mark Stuart
Mark Stuart
Montague Burton Professor of Employment Relations, University of Leeds
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HR and analytics: why HR is set to fail the big data challenge
D Angrave, A Charlwood, I Kirkpatrick, M Lawrence, M Stuart
Human resource management journal 26 (1), 1-11, 2016
Employee perceptions and their influence on training effectiveness
A Santos, M Stuart
Human resource management journal 13 (1), 27-45, 2003
Networks and social capital in the UK television industry: The weakness of weak ties
V Antcliff, R Saundry, M Stuart
Human Relations 60 (2), 371-393, 2007
The social protection of workers in the platform economy
C Forde, M Stuart, S Joyce, L Oliver, D Valizade, G Alberti, K Hardy, ...
EIGE: European Institute for Gender Equality, 2017
Partnership and modernisation in employment relations
MM Lucio, M Stuart
Routledge, 2004
Swimming against the tide: social partnership, mutual gains and the revival of ‘tired’HRM
MM Lucio, M Stuart
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 15 (2), 410-424, 2004
Does training matter? Employee experiences and attitudes
J Heyes, M Stuart
Human resource management journal 6 (3), 7-21, 1996
Broadcasting discontent—freelancers, trade unions and the Internet
R Saundry, M Stuart, V Antcliff
New technology, work and employment 22 (2), 178-191, 2007
‘All that is solid?’: Class, identity and the maintenance of a collective orientation amongst redundant steelworkers
R MacKenzie, M Stuart, C Forde, I Greenwood, J Gardiner, R Perrett
Sociology 40 (5), 833-852, 2006
The demand-side of active labour market policies: a regional study of employer engagement in the Work Programme
J Ingold, M Stuart
Journal of Social Policy 44 (3), 443-462, 2015
‘Learners of the workplace unite!’ an empirical examination of the UK trade union learning representative initiative
E Wallis, M Stuart, I Greenwood
Work, Employment and Society 19 (2), 283-304, 2005
Bargaining for skills: trade unions and training at the workplace
J Heyes, M Stuart
British Journal of Industrial Relations 36 (3), 459-467, 1998
‘Partnership’and new industrial relations in a risk society: an age of shotgun weddings and marriages of convenience?
MM Lucio, M Stuart
Work, Employment and Society 19 (4), 797-817, 2005
A global analysis of worker protest in digital labour platforms
I Bessa, S Joyce, D Neumann, M Stuart, V Trappmann, C Umney
International Labour Organization, 2022
Assessing partnership: the prospects for, and challenges of, modernisation
M Martinez Lucio, M Stuart
Employee Relations 24 (3), 252-261, 2002
The state, public policy and the renewal of HRM
M Martinez Lucio, M Stuart
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 22 (18), 3661-3671, 2011
Introduction: The industrial relations of learning and training: A new consensus or a new politics?
M Stuart
European Journal of Industrial Relations 13 (3), 269-280, 2007
International briefing 12: Training and development in Norway
S Skule, M Stuart, T Nyen
International journal of Training and Development 6 (4), 263-276, 2002
Assessing the principles of partnership: Workplace trade union representatives’ attitudes and experiences
M Martinez Lucio, M Stuart
Employee Relations 24 (3), 305-320, 2002
COVID‐19 and the uncertain future of HRM: Furlough, job retention and reform
M Stuart, DA Spencer, CJ McLachlan, C Forde
Human Resource Management Journal 31 (4), 904-917, 2021
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