Assoc. Prof. Andrew R. Timming
Assoc. Prof. Andrew R. Timming
Associate Professor of HRM, University of Western Australia
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Visible tattoos in the service sector: a new challenge to recruitment and selection
AR Timming
Work, Employment & Society 29 (1), 60-78, 2015
What Do You Think of My Ink? Assessing the Effects of Body Art on Employment Chances
AR Timming, D Nickson, D Re, D Perrett
Human Resource Management 56 (1), 133-149, 2017
Tracing the effects of employee involvement and participation on trust in managers: an analysis of covariance structures
AR Timming
International Journal of Human Resource Management 23 (15), 3243-3257, 2012
European works councils and the dark side of managing worker voice
AR Timming
Human Resource Management Journal 17 (3), 248-264, 2007
Taboo Tattoos? A study of the gendered effects of body art on consumers' attitudes toward visibly tattooed front line staff
C Baumann, AR Timming, PJ Gollan
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 2015
The problem of identity and trust in European works councils
AR Timming
Employee Relations 28 (1), 9-25, 2006
What do tattoo artists know about HRM? Recruitment and selection in the body art sector
AR Timming
Employee relations 33 (5), 570-584, 2011
The 'reach' of employee participation in decision-making: exploring the Aristotelian roots of workplace democracy
AR Timming
Human Resource Management Journal 25 (3), 382-396, 2015
The effect of foreign accent on employability: a study of the aural dimensions of aesthetic labour in customer-facing and non-customer-facing jobs
AR Timming
Work, Employment & Society 31 (3), 409-428, 2017
Employee silence and the authoritarian personality: a political psychology of workplace democracy
AR Timming, S Johnstone
International Journal of Organizational Analysis 23 (1), 154-171, 2015
Trust in cross-national labour relations: a case study of an Anglo-Dutch European Works Council
AR Timming
European Sociological Review 25 (4), 505-516, 2008
3 Living apart together?
AR Timming, U Veersma
Towards a European Labour Identity: The Case of the European Works Council, 41, 2007
Dissonant cognitions in European works councils: A ‘comparative ethnomethodological’approach
AR Timming
Economic and Industrial Democracy 31 (4), 521-535, 2010
Subtle Increases in BMI within a Health Weight Range Still Reduce Women's Employment Chances in the Service Sector
D Nickson, AR Timming, D Re, D Perrett
PLoS ONE, 1-14, 2016
Body art as branded labour: At the intersection of employee selection and relationship marketing
AR Timming
Human Relations 70 (9), 1041-1063, 2017
Trust and mixed signals: A study of religion, tattoos and cognitive dissonance
AR Timming, D Perrett
Personality and Individual Differences 97, 234-238, 2016
WERS the validity? A critique of the 2004 Workplace Employment Relations Survey of Employees
AR Timming
Work, Employment & Society 23 (3), 561-570, 2009
Cross-national variation in the determinants of job satisfaction: how far do our results “travel”?
AR Timming
International Journal of Organization Theory & Behavior 13 (4), 525-545, 2010
An experimental study of the effects of tattoo genre on perceived trustworthiness: Not all tattoos are created equal
AR Timming, DI Perrett
Journal of Trust Research, 1-14, 2017
Participation across organizational boundaries
M Marchington, AR Timming
The Oxford handbook of participation in organizations, 2010
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