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Industrial Relations in Schools
1: The Crisis of Change 2: Pay and Pay Determination 3: Teachers and their Organisations 4: Employers, Managers and their Management 5: The Emergence of New Issues in School-Based Industrial Relations
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Classroom Struggle? Market Oriented Education Reforms and their Impact on the Teacher Labour Process
The reforms introduced through the Education Reform Act 1988 have brought about a radical redistribution of authority in the school system. The reform process includes the introduction of competitiveExpand
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The consequences for the management of conflict of the reform of English local government finance and structure
Abstract This article examines the impact of neo-liberal reforms since 1979 on UK local government. In particular we trace the relationship between increased central government control over both theExpand
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The impact of privatisation and the marketisation on employment conditions in the public services
Since the early 1980s, public service managers have faced a plethora of government measures that require them, inter alia, to change their approaches to service delivery. Those measures wereExpand
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Can patient care audit change doctor performance?
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Opportunity for audit: establishing and monitoring the use of protocols for nurse-led treatments of minor injuries.
During the last three years an integrated initiative has evolved in the casualty units of nine community hospitals in the Grampian region of Scotland. This has involved the development of nurse-ledExpand
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Training and collective bargaining in European public services: a study of training‐related issues in French, Finnish and UK health services
It is frequently asserted that there is a link between the nature of training provision within an organization and its success or failure. Within this approach is an assumption that training isExpand
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