Recent books produced by CROWE members are listed below:
THE DARK SIDE OF EMOTIONAL LABOUR (Routledge, 2016)
Jenna Ward and Robert McMurray
The Dark Side of Emotional Labour explores the work that the rest of society would rather not think about, the often unseen work that is emotionally disturbing, exhausting, upsetting, and stigmatising. This is work that is simultaneously undesirable and rewarding, work whose tasks are eschewed and yet necessary for the effective function of individual organisations and society at large.
THE DYNAMICS OF MANAGING DIVERSITY: A CRITICAL APPROACH , FOURTH EDITION (Routledge, 2016)
Gill Kirton and Anne-marie Greene
The Dynamics of Managing Diversity was one of the first books to respond to growing academic coverage of the topic of diversity management at degree level. This fourth edition has been fully updated to reflect new working practices, statistical information and developments in equality and diversity law, as well as including new case studies and analysis of current and emerging areas of debate in the UK and across Europe.
FINDING A VOICE AT WORK? NEW PERSPECTIVES ON EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS (Oxford University Press, 2015)
Stewart Johnstone and Peter Ackers (eds.)
How much 'say' should employees have in the running of business organizations, and what form should the 'voice' take? This is both the oldest and latest question in employment relations. Answers to these questions reflect our fundamental assumptions about the nature of the employment relationship, and inform our views on almost every aspect of Human Resource Management (HRM) and Employment Relations.
Further Information: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/finding-a-voice-at-work-9780199668014?cc=gb&lang=en&
RADICAL UNIONS IN EUROPE AND THE FUTURE OF COLLECTIVE INTEREST REPRESENTATION (Peter Lang, 2014)
Heather Connolly, Lefteris Kretsos and Craig Phelan (eds).
This newly published book, lead-edited by CROWE researcher Heather Connolly, with Lefteris Kretsos and Craig Phelan, analyses contemporary trends in radical unionism in Europe. It contains nine country case-studies that probe the limits and possibilities of trade union renewal with a focus on radical activity. The question this book asks is whether radicalised unionism, political action and grassroots activism present opportunities for union renewal and collective interest representation in a context economic crisis and austerity.