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Civil society organizations and employee voice

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Civil society organizations and employee voice. / Heery, Edmund; Abbott, Brian; Williams, Steve.

Handbook of research on employee voice. ed. / Adrian Wilkinson; Jimmy Donaghy; Tony Dundon; Richard Freeman. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014. p. 208-223.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Harvard

Heery, E, Abbott, B & Williams, S 2014, Civil society organizations and employee voice. in A Wilkinson, J Donaghy, T Dundon & R Freeman (eds), Handbook of research on employee voice. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, pp. 208-223.

APA

Heery, E., Abbott, B., & Williams, S. (2014). Civil society organizations and employee voice. In A. Wilkinson, J. Donaghy, T. Dundon, & R. Freeman (Eds.), Handbook of research on employee voice (pp. 208-223). Edward Elgar Publishing.

Vancouver

Heery E, Abbott B, Williams S. Civil society organizations and employee voice. In Wilkinson A, Donaghy J, Dundon T, Freeman R, editors, Handbook of research on employee voice. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. 2014. p. 208-223

Author

Heery, Edmund ; Abbott, Brian ; Williams, Steve. / Civil society organizations and employee voice. Handbook of research on employee voice. editor / Adrian Wilkinson ; Jimmy Donaghy ; Tony Dundon ; Richard Freeman. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014. pp. 208-223

Bibtex

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