Social influence and the invocation of rights: The effects of accountability, reputation and political skill on legal claiming

In this video, Angela T Hall presents the findings from her paper, co-authored with Wajda Wikhamn and Robert Cardy, 'Social influence and the invocation of rights: The effects of accountability, reputation and political skill on legal claiming'. Their research focuses on why some employees sue their employers, while others in the same situation do nothing. Download the article.

 

Conceptualising flexible careers across the life course

In this video, Jennifer Tomlinson, Marian Baird, Peter Berg and Rae Cooper discuss their special issue, Conceptualising flexible careers across the life course, published in Human Relations. The special issue focused on the concept of flexible careers, examining the institutional arrangements, the organisational arrangements and individual characteristics over the life course. Read the special issue.

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