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Chris Forde
Chris Forde
Leeds University Business School
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The rhetoric of thegood worker'versus the realities of employers' use and the experiences of migrant workers
R MacKenzie, C Forde
Work, employment and society 23 (1), 142-159, 2009
4852009
Agency working in Britain: Character, consequences and regulation
C Forde, G Slater
British Journal of Industrial Relations 43 (2), 249-271, 2005
1972005
Temporary arrangements: the activities of employment agencies in the UK
C Forde
Work, Employment and Society 15 (3), 631-644, 2001
1722001
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
1582017
The nature and experience of agency working in Britain: what are the challenges for human resource management?
C Forde, G Slater
Personnel Review 35 (2), 141-157, 2006
1532006
Job quality and the economics of New Labour: a critical appraisal using subjective survey data
A Brown, A Charlwood, C Forde, D Spencer
Cambridge Journal of Economics 31 (6), 941-971, 2007
1282007
Changes in HRM and job satisfaction, 1998–2004: Evidence from the Workplace Employment Relations Survey
A Brown, C Forde, D Spencer, A Charlwood
Human Resource Management Journal 18 (3), 237-256, 2008
1142008
‘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
1042006
Malta: Temporary agency work and collective bargaining in the EU
M Debono
European foundation for the improvement of living and working conditions, 2008
1032008
A mutual gains perspective on workplace partnership: Employee outcomes and the mediating role of the employment relations climate
D Valizade, C Ogbonnaya, O Tregaskis, C Forde
Human Resource Management Journal 26 (3), 351-368, 2016
912016
HRM and performance: The vulnerability of soft HRM practices during recession and retrenchment
H Cook, R MacKenzie, C Forde
Human Resource Management Journal 26 (4), 557-571, 2016
682016
Redundancy as a critical life event: moving on from the Welsh steel industry through career change
J Gardiner, M Stuart, R MacKenzie, C Forde, I Greenwood, R Perrett
Work, employment and society 23 (4), 727-745, 2009
642009
Work–life balance and older workers: employees' perspectives on retirement transitions following redundancy
J Gardiner, M Stuart, C Forde, I Greenwood, R MacKenzie, R Perrett
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 18 (3), 476-489, 2007
612007
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
592021
The National Minimum Wage, earnings and hours in the domiciliary care sector
I Bessa, C Forde, S Moore, M Stuart
University of Leeds and Low Pay Commission, 2013
542013
Employers' use of low‐skilled migrant workers: Assessing the implications for human resource management
C Forde, R MacKenzie
International Journal of Manpower 30 (5), 437-452, 2009
542009
Cementing skills: training and labour use in UK construction
C Forde, R MacKenzie
Human resource management journal 14 (3), 74-88, 2004
512004
Labour market regulation and the ‘competition state’: an analysis of the implementation of the Agency Working Regulations in the UK
C Forde, G Slater
Work, employment and society 30 (4), 590-606, 2016
462016
Quality and safety impact on the provision of parenteral nutrition through introduction of a nutrition support team
CL Hvas, K Farrer, E Donaldson, B Blackett, H Lloyd, C Forde, G Garside, ...
European journal of clinical nutrition 68 (12), 1294-1299, 2014
462014
Networks of support for new migrant communities: institutional goals versus substantive goals?
R MacKenzie, C Forde, Z Ciupijus
Urban Studies 49 (3), 631-647, 2012
422012
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