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HRD challenges when faced by disengaged UK workers
Purpose – This paper seeks to consider employees' perceptions of engagement from their lived experiences of UK employees following the global credit crisis, post 2008. It draws from the prior studiesExpand
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Total quality management meets human resource management: Perceptions of the shift towards high performance working
Purpose – A number of studies and writings have presented ideas about new working practices that might be embraced in the twenty‐first century. Moreover, that, employers would seek to gain theirExpand
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The rapid structured literature review as a research strategy
A diversity of sources of literature encompassed by the management disciplines appears to result in a growing need for a systematic methodology to map the territory of management theory. As such,Expand
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Exploring the Concept of ‘Positive Ageing’ in the UK Workplace—A Literature Review
The participation rate of older people in the labour market is forecast to increase due to demographic changes afoot. For example, low fertility rates, higher life expectancy, and increases in theExpand
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HRD challenges faced in thepost-global financial crisisperiod – insights from the UK
Purpose – The paper aims to report initial empirical research that examines UK employees’ perceptions of the changing nature of work since the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) to consider how the Expand
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Silently dancing on the ceiling –Women’s workplace experiences, peri-, menopausal and post menopause in the UK
The nature of female employment means women are more likely to be affected by a changed national default retirement age since women in the UK have retired earlier historically than men but alsoExpand
High performance working and wellbeing: sustainability of human resources
The sustainability of human resourcing is dependent upon the wellbeing of the workforce. Human Capital models have largely resulted in short-term capitalistic restructuring and low cost savingsExpand
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High Performance Working-What Are the Perceptions as a New Form of Employer-Worker Relationship?
Being in a high performance work organisation is associated with higher job satisfaction. Historically, team work and job rotation, as well as supporting human resource practices, appear to have hadExpand
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