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Nicolas Bacon
Nicolas Bacon
Professor of Human Resource Management, Cass Business School, City University London
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HRM in the SME sector: valuable employees and coercive networks
N Bacon, K Hoque
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 16 (11), 1976-1999, 2005
4642005
It's a small world: managing human resources in small businesses
N Bacon, P Ackers, J Storey, D Coates
International journal of human resource management 7 (1), 82-100, 1996
4571996
Individualism and collectivism and the changing role of trade unions
N Bacon, J Storey
The new workplace and trade unionism 2, 41-76, 1996
1891996
New employee relations strategies in Britain: towards individualism or partnership?
N Bacon, J Storey
British Journal of Industrial Relations 38 (3), 407-427, 2000
1832000
High road and low road teamworking: Perceptions of management rationales and organizational and human resource outcomes
N Bacon, P Blyton
Human relations 53 (11), 1425-1458, 2000
1432000
The SAGE handbook of human resource management
A Wilkinson
Sage Publications, 2009
1382009
The state in industrial relations
R Hyman
The Sage handbook of industrial relations 1, 258-283, 2008
1372008
Individualism and collectivism: Into the 1990s
J Storey, N Bacon
International Journal of Human Resource Management 4 (3), 665-684, 1993
1351993
High‐performance work systems and workplace performance in small, medium‐sized and large firms
N Wu, K Hoque, N Bacon, JC Bou Llusar
Human Resource Management Journal 25 (4), 408-423, 2015
1282015
The SAGE handbook of industrial relations
P Blyton, J Fiorito, NA Bacon, E Heery
The SAGE Handbook of Industrial Relations, 1-688, 2008
1062008
The impact of business ownership change on employee relations: buy-outs in the UK and The Netherlands
H Bruining, P Boselie, M Wright, N Bacon
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 16 (3), 345-365, 2005
1042005
Individualization of the employment relationship and the implications for trade unions
N Bacon, J Storey
Employee Relations 15 (1), 5-17, 1993
1031993
The antecedents of training activity in British small and medium-sized enterprises
K Hoque, N Bacon
Work, employment and society 20 (3), 531-552, 2006
942006
The adoption of high performance work practices in small businesses: the influence of markets, business characteristics and HR expertise
N Wu, N Bacon, K Hoque
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 25 (8), 1149-1169, 2014
922014
Private equity, HRM, and employment
N Bacon, M Wright, R Ball, M Meuleman
Academy of Management Perspectives 27 (1), 7-21, 2013
912013
Management buyouts and human resource management
N Bacon, M Wright, N Demina
British Journal of Industrial Relations 42 (2), 325-347, 2004
832004
Conflict for mutual gains?
N Bacon, P Blyton
Journal of Management Studies 44 (5), 814-834, 2007
822007
Trade union responses to workplace restructuring: exploring union orientations and actions
N Bacon, P Blyton
Work, Employment and Society 18 (4), 749-773, 2004
782004
The impact of teamwork on skills: Employee perceptions of who gains and who loses
N Bacon, P Blyton
Human Resource Management Journal 13 (2), 13-29, 2003
772003
Partnership agreement adoption and survival in the British private and public sectors
N Bacon, P Samuel
Work, Employment and Society 23 (2), 231-248, 2009
742009
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