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Philip Taylor
Philip Taylor
Professor of Work And Employment Studies
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‘An assembly line in the head’: work and employee relations in the call centre
P Taylor, P Bain
Industrial relations journal 30 (2), 101-117, 1999
12551999
Entrapped by the ‘electronic panopticon’? Worker resistance in the call centre
P Bain, P Taylor
New technology, work and employment 15 (1), 2-18, 2000
8832000
Evaluation and realisation of IS/IT benefits: an empirical study of current practice
J Ward, P Taylor, P Bond
European Journal of Information Systems 4 (4), 214-225, 1996
6441996
‘India calling to the far away towns’ the call centre labour process and globalization
P Taylor, P Bain
Work, employment and society 19 (2), 261-282, 2005
5442005
Work organization, control and the experience of work in call centres
P Taylor, G Mulvey, J Hyman, P Bain
Work, employment and society 16 (1), 133-150, 2002
4832002
Taylorism, targets and the pursuit of quantity and quality by call centre management
P Bain, A Watson, G Mulvey, P Taylor, G Gall
New Technology, Work and Employment 17 (3), 170-185, 2002
4102002
‘Subterranean worksick blues’: humour as subversion in two call centres
P Taylor, P Bain
Organization studies 24 (9), 1487-1509, 2003
3882003
A discussion of the political potential of social accounting
C Cooper, P Taylor, N Smith, L Catchpowle
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 16 (7), 951-974, 2005
2812005
‘Bright satanic offices’: intensification, control and team Taylorism
C Baldry, P Bain, P Taylor
Workplaces of the Future, 163-183, 1998
2771998
‘All they lack is a chain’: lean and the new performance management in the British civil service
B Carter, A Danford, D Howcroft, H Richardson, A Smith, P Taylor
New Technology, Work and Employment 26 (2), 83-97, 2011
2202011
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
1962007
A unique working environment': health, sickness and absence management in UK call centres
P Taylor, C Baldry, P Bain, V Ellis
Work, employment and society 17 (3), 435-458, 2003
1912003
Observation of an electric octupole transition in a single ion
M Roberts, P Taylor, GP Barwood, P Gill, HA Klein, WRC Rowley
Physical review letters 78 (10), 1876, 1997
1841997
From Taylorism to Ms Taylor: the transformation of the accounting craft
C Cooper, P Taylor
Accounting, organizations and society 25 (6), 555-578, 2000
1802000
Power, surveillance and resistance: inside the ‘factory of the future’
A McKinlay
The new workplace and trade unionism: Critical perspectives on work and …, 1996
1631996
Putting labour in its place: Labour process analysis and global value chains
K Newsome, P Taylor, J Bair, A Rainnie
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2017
1612017
‘Stressed out of my box’: employee experience of lean working and occupational ill-health in clerical work in the UK public sector
B Carter, A Danford, D Howcroft, H Richardson, A Smith, P Taylor
Work, employment and society 27 (5), 747-767, 2013
1512013
The fetal origins of osteoporotic fracture
C Cooper, MK Javaid, P Taylor, K Walker-Bone, E Dennison, N Arden
Calcified tissue international 70 (5), 391, 2002
1492002
‘You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone’: re‐contextualising the origins, development and impact of the call centre
V Ellis, P Taylor
New Technology, Work and Employment 21 (2), 107-122, 2006
1422006
Through the Looking Glass: Foucault and
A McKinlay, P Taylor
Foucault, management and organization theory: From Panopticon to …, 1998
1291998
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