Changing employment practices in UK banking: case studies

Morris, Tim, Storey, John, Cressey, Peter and Wilkinson, Adrian (1997) Changing employment practices in UK banking: case studies. Personnel Review, 26 (1/2). pp. 24-42.


Findings from a major study of changing employment practices in UK banking are presented and discussed. Case studies are used to explore different patterns of reaction to a fast and radically changing business environment. Important questions are addressed, including the nature of the changes to human resource management practices, the extent and depth of these changes and, most importantly, the degree to which the different banks are following similar or divergent paths. Explanations for the findings under each of these headings are offered.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: Banking industry, Employment, Human resource management, UK
Subject(s): Corporate reputation
Professional services
Centre: Centre for Professional Firms
Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation
Date Deposited: 02 Nov 2011 14:43
Last Modified: 04 Dec 2018 15:07

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