Items by Rose, Michael
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Rose, M., 2008. The impact of flexibility on employee morale and involvement: Recent large-sample findings for UK workplaces. In: Skorstad, E. and Ramsdal, H., eds. Facets of Flexibility. Ashgate.
Rose, M., 2005. Career perceptions and career pursuit in the UK, 1986-2002. In: Stewart, P., ed. Employment, Trade Union Renewal and the Future of Work: The Experience of Work and Organizational Change. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, p. 256.
Rainbird, H. and Rose, M. J., 2008. Work, Employment and Society, 1997-2007: becoming a sociologically oriented, international, multi-disciplinary journal. Work, Employment and Society, 22 (2), pp. 203-220.
Rose, M., 2005. Job Satisfaction in Britain: Coping with Complexity. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 43, 455--467.
Rose, M., 2005. Do rising levels of qualification alter work ethic, work orientation and organizational commitment for the worse? Evidence from the UK, 1985-2001. Journal of Education and Work, 18, 131--164.
Rose, M., 2003. Good deal, bad deal? Job satisfaction in occupations. Work, Employment and Society, 17, 503--530.
Rose, M., 2002. IT professionals and organisational ascendancy: theory and empirical critique. New Technology, Work and Employment, 17, 154--169.
Rose, M., 2008. Functional flexibility in Britain: full strength, lite, slight or token? Working Paper. University of Bath.