Abigail Marks
Abigail Marks
Professor of Work and Employment Studies, Heriot-Watt University
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Handwriting development, competency, and intervention
KP Feder, A Majnemer
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 49 (4), 312-317, 2007
8752007
Work‐life balance and the software worker
D Scholarios, A Marks
Human Resource Management Journal 14 (2), 54-74, 2004
2722004
‘But does sustainability need capitalism or an integrated report’a commentary on ‘The International Integrated Reporting Council: A story of failure’by Flower, J.
I Thomson
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 27, 18-22, 2015
2532015
Developing a multiple foci conceptualization of the psychological contract
A Marks
Employee relations, 2001
1812001
The meaning of work in the new economy
C Baldry, P Bain, P Taylor, J Hyman, D Scholarios, A Marks, A Watson, ...
Palgrave Macmillan, 2007
1752007
The politics of partnership? Innovation in employment relations in the Scottish spirits industry
A Marks, P Findlay, J Hine, P Thompson, A McKinlay
British Journal of Industrial Relations 36 (2), 209-226, 1998
1121998
The politics of partnership? Innovation in employment relations in the Scottish spirits industry
A Marks, P Findlay, J Hine, P Thompson, A McKinlay
British Journal of Industrial Relations 36 (2), 209-226, 1998
1121998
Revisiting technical workers: professional and organisational identities in the software industry
A Marks, D Scholarios
New technology, Work and employment 22 (2), 98-117, 2007
872007
Learning to labour: an evaluation of internships and employability in the ICT sector
S Chillas, A Marks, L Galloway
New Technology, Work and Employment 30 (1), 1-15, 2015
672015
“Virtual teams are literally and metaphorically invisible”: Forging identity in culturally diverse virtual teams
Y Au, A Marks
Employee Relations, 2012
672012
Stuck in the middle with who? The class identity of knowledge workers
A Marks, C Baldry
Work, Employment and Society 23 (1), 49-65, 2009
612009
In search of perfect people teamwork and team players in the Scottish spirits industry
P Findlay, A McKinlay, A Marks, P Thompson
Human Relations 53 (12), 1549-1574, 2000
592000
Successful maintenance practice through team autonomy
M Rolfsen, C Langeland
Employee Relations 34 (3), 306-321, 2012
572012
Beyond the blank slate: Identities and interests at work
A Marks, P Thompson
Palgrave Macmillan, 2010
522010
Debugging the system: the impact of dispersion on the identity of software team members
A Marks, C Lockyer
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 16 (2), 219-237, 2005
422005
Producing knowledge: The use of the project team as a vehicle for knowledge and skill acquisition for software employees
A Marks, C Lockyer
Economic and Industrial Democracy 25 (2), 219-245, 2004
422004
Employability and the ICT worker: a study of employees in Scottish small businesses
A Marks, T Huzzard
New Technology, Work and Employment 25 (2), 167-181, 2010
412010
’Flexible When it Suits Them’: The Use and Abuse of Teamwork Skills
A McKinlay, A Marks, P Findlay, P Thompson
Teamworking, 1999
411999
Choreographing a system: skill and employability in software work
A Marks, D Scholarios
Economic and Industrial Democracy 29 (1), 96-124, 2008
382008
Choreographing a system: skill and employability in software work
A Marks, D Scholarios
Economic and Industrial Democracy 29 (1), 96-124, 2008
382008
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