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Grimshaw, D. and Miozzo, M. (2009) ‘New human resource management practices in knowledge-intensive business services firms: The case of outsourcing with staff transfer’. Human Relations 62 (10): 1521-1550. Grimshaw, D. and Rubery, J. (2007) Undervaluing women’s work . EOC Working Paper Series No. 53. Manchester: Equal Opportunities Commission. Grimshaw, D., Rubery, J. and Marino, S. (2012) ‘Public sector pay and procurement in Europe during the crisis: The challenges facing local government and the 133
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COMING CLEAN: CONTRACTUAL AND PROCUREMENT PRACTICES prospects for segmentation, inequalities and social dialogue’, Report for the European Commission. Grimshaw, D., Vincent, S. and Willmott, H. (2002) ‘Going privately: partnership and outsourcing of public sector services’. Public Administration , 80 (3): 475-502. Hartzén, A. C., Hös, N., Lecomte, F. A., Marzo, C., Mestre, B., Olbrich, H., & Fuller, S. (2008). The Right of the Employee to Refuse to be Transferred. A comparative and theoretical analysis. LAW Working Paper, European University Institute. Hebson, G., Grimshaw, D., & Marchington, M. (2003). ‘PPPs and the changing public sector ethos: case-study evidence from the health and local authority sectors’. Work, Employment & Society , 17 (3), 481-501. Holmes, J. (2004) ‘Rescaling collective bargaining: Union responses to restructuring in the North American auto industry’. Geoforum , 35 (1). Holst, H. (2013) ‘“Commodifying institutions”: vertical disintegration and institutional change in German labour relations’. Work, Employment & Society , online, 0950017012464423. Houseman, S. N., Kalleberg, A. L., and Erickcek, G. A. (2003). Role of Temporary Agency Employment in Tight Labor Markets . Industrial and Labour Relations Review, 57 , 105. Hulbert, A. (2012) Reducing Absenteeism and Turnover in the Contract Cleaning Sector Using Job Design Intervention . Master Dissertation, Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, University College London. Available at: www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/graduate/programmes/ postgraduate/mscdiploma-facility- environment-management/documents/ (24-04- 2014). James, P. and Walters, D. (2011) ‘Supply chains and the protection of vulnerable workers’, in M. Sargeant and M. Giavannone (eds.) Vulnerable Workers: Health, Safety, and Well-Being. Surrey: Gower. Johnson, M. (2014) ‘The Living Wage in local government: Fair pay and the redesign of internal pay structures’. Mimeo, Manchester Business School. Kalleberg, A. (2009) ‘Precarious work, insecure workers: Employment relations in transition’. American Sociological Review , 74 (1): 1-22. Koukiadaki, A. (2014) ‘The far-reaching implications of the Laval Quartet: the case of the UK living wage’. Mimeo, Manchester Business School. LGC (2014) ‘Third of authorities adopt living wage’. Available at: www.lgcplus.com/news/third-of-authorities-adopt-living-wage/5067052.article Machin, S. and Manning, A. (2003) ‘Test of competitive labor market theory: the wage structure among care assistants in the South of England’. Industrial and Labour Relations Review , 57, 371. 134
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