Amanda Pyman
Amanda Pyman
Professor, Head of Department, Deakin University
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Employee voice and job satisfaction in Australia: The centrality of direct voice
P Holland, A Pyman, BK Cooper, J Teicher
Human Resource Management 50 (1), 95-111, 2011
Outcomes of international student mobility programs: A systematic review and agenda for future research
A Roy, A Newman, T Ellenberger, A Pyman
Studies in Higher Education 44 (9), 1630-1644, 2019
A comparison of the effectiveness of employee voice arrangements in Australia
A Pyman, B Cooper, J Teicher, P Holland
Industrial Relations Journal 37 (5), 543-559, 2006
Industrial relations climate, employee voice and managerial attitudes to unions: An Australian study
A Pyman, P Holland, J Teicher, BK Cooper
British Journal of Industrial Relations 48 (2), 460-480, 2010
Trust in management: The role of employee voice arrangements and perceived managerial opposition to unions
P Holland, BK Cooper, A Pyman, J Teicher
Human Resource Management Journal 22 (4), 377-391, 2012
Corporate universities: a catalyst for strategic human resource development?
P Holland, A Pyman
Journal of European Industrial Training 30 (1), 19-31, 2006
The contours of employee voice in SMEs: The importance of context
M Gilman, S Raby, A Pyman
Human Resource Management Journal 25 (4), 563-579, 2015
Jobs online
AO Nakamura, KL Shaw, RB Freeman, E Nakamura, A Pyman
Studies of labor market intermediation, 27-65, 2009
The development of alternative voice mechanisms in Australia: the case of joint consultation
P Holland, A Pyman, BK Cooper, J Teicher
Economic and Industrial Democracy 30 (1), 67-92, 2009
Wal‐Mart innovation and productivity: a viewpoint
RB Freeman, AO Nakamura, LI Nakamura, M Prud’homme, A Pyman
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 44 (2), 486-508, 2011
Contemporary issues and challenges in HRM
PJ Holland, CR Sheehan, RD Donohue, A Pyman
Tilde University Press, 2007
Unmet demand for union membership in Australia
A Pyman, J Teicher, B Cooper, P Holland
Journal of Industrial Relations 51 (1), 5-24, 2009
Representing and Organizing Retail Workers: A Comparative 14 Study of the UK and Australia
S Lynch, R Price, A Pyman, J Bailey
Retail work, 277, 2011
Sustained knowledge work and thinking time amongst academics: gender and working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic
D Peetz, M Baird, R Banerjee, T Bartkiw, S Campbell, S Charlesworth, ...
Labour and Industry 32 (1), 72-92, 2022
Varieties of collaboration: the case of an Australian retail union
R Price, J Bailey, A Pyman
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 25 (6), 748-761, 2014
Joint consultative committees
A Pyman
Handbook of research on employee voice, 277-295, 2020
Negotiating the contested terrain of drug testing in the Australian workplace
P Holland, A Pyman, J Teicher
Journal of Industrial Relations 47 (3), 326-338, 2005
Union power in retail: Contrasting cases in Australia and New Zealand
J Bailey, R Price, A Pyman, J Parker
New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 40 (1), 1-18, 2015
Abortion and conscientious objection: The new battleground
A O'Rourke, L De Crespigny, A Pyman
Monash University Law Review 38 (3), 87-119, 2012
Trade unions and corporate campaigning in a global economy: The case of James Hardie
P Holland, A Pyman
Economic and Industrial Democracy 33 (4), 555-579, 2012
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