Robert MacKenzie
Robert MacKenzie
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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
The realities of regulatory change: beyond the fetish of deregulation
R MacKenzie, MM Lucio
Sociology 39 (3), 499-517, 2005
‘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
‘Unstable boundaries?’Evaluating the ‘new regulation’within employment relations
MM Lucio, R MacKenzie
Economy and Society 33 (1), 77-97, 2004
Subcontracting and the reregulation of the employment relationship: A case study from the telecommunications industry
R MacKenzie
Work, Employment and Society 14 (4), 707-726, 2000
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
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
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
The colonisation of employment regulation and industrial relations? Dynamics and developments over five decades of change
R MacKenzie, MM Lucio
Labor History 55 (2), 189-207, 2014
Employers' use of low‐skilled migrant workers: Assessing the implications for human resource management
C Forde, R MacKenzie
International Journal of Manpower, 2009
Cementing skills: training and labour use in UK construction
C Forde, R MacKenzie
Human resource management journal 14 (3), 74-88, 2004
From networks to hierarchies: The construction of a subcontracting regime in the Irish telecommunications industry
R MacKenzie
Organization Studies 29 (6), 867-886, 2008
Why do contingent workers join a trade union? Evidence from the Irish telecommunications sector
R MacKenzie
European Journal of Industrial Relations 16 (2), 153-168, 2010
Union responses to restructuring and the growth of contingent labour in the Irish telecommunications sector
R MacKenzie
Economic and Industrial Democracy 30 (4), 539-563, 2009
The migration of bureaucracy: contracting and the regulation of labour in the telecommunications industry
R MacKenzie
Work, employment and society 16 (4), 599-616, 2002
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
Contingent work in the UK and Sweden: evidence from the construction industry
R MacKenzie, C Forde, A Robinson, H Cook, B Eriksson, P Larsson, ...
Industrial Relations Journal 41 (6), 603-621, 2010
Built on shifting sands: Changes in employers’ use of contingent labour in the UK construction sector
C Forde, R MacKenzie, A Robinson
Journal of Industrial Relations 51 (5), 653-667, 2009
Getting the mix right? The use of labour contract alternatives in UK construction
C Forde, R MacKenzie
Personnel review, 2007
Quality Management: A new form of control?
MM Lucio, R MacKenzie
Employee Relations in the Public Services, 166-184, 2002
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