Biography

Tony Dundon is Professor of HRM and Employment Relations, Department of Work & Employment Studies in the Kemmy Business School. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (FAcSS); Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (FCIPD); former Chief Examiner for the CIPD; and was Editor-in-Chief of the Human Resource Management Journal (HRMJ). He is Visiting Professor at the Work & Equalities Institute, The University of Manchester; Honorary Visiting Professor at St Andrews University Management School, Scotland, and previously Head of Management at NUI Galway. His research has been published in journals such as: Human Relations, Organizational Research Methods, British Journal of Management, Work Employment & Society, International Journal of HRM (among other). Recent books include: HRM: Texts & Cases (6e, Sage, 2021); Handbook of Research on Employee Voice, 2e (2020, Edward Elgar);Case Studies in Work, Employment and Human Resource Management (2020); A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book about Employment Relations (2017, Sage); Routledge Companion of Employment Relations (2018).
A selection of media/press commentary from Professor Dundon include: ‘A new fair work agenda for Ireland post-Covid' (Irish Times); ‘Automation and the Myth of the End of Work' (The Conversation); ‘Strikes are a natural consequence of a market environment' (Irish Times); ‘Why talent management became a business obsession' (RTÉ Brainstorm); 'What's the point of a business school' (Irish Times); and policy briefings on ‘Gig-Work'; ‘Artificial Intelligence and Robotics'; ‘Irish trade union resilience amidst austerity'.

Research Interests

Tony's research interests include aspects of employment regulation and work equalities: employee voice; worker silence; trade union organisation; gig-economy work; technology and digital work platforms; HRM & organisational performance; labour migration.




Professional Activities

Award

  • 2016 - Teresa Brannick Award (with B Harney)
  • 2010 - President's Award for Teaching and Learning Excellence
  • 2006 - Literati Paper Award (with M. Marchington, A. Wilkinson, P. Ackers)

Association

  • 2013 Fellow, Academy of Social Sciences (FAcSS)
  • 2003 Member, Irish Association for Industrial Relations
  • 2001 Member, Irish Academy of Management (IAM)
  • 2000 Member, British Academy of Management (BAM)
  • 1999 Member, Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA)
  • 1997 Fellow, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
  • 1997 Member, British Universities Industrial Relations Association (BUIRA)

Committee

  • 2013 Irish Government Apprenticeship Commission , Member of Government Commission (Republic of Ireland) to review and revise occupations and skills for apprenticeship training and qualifications
  • 2004 Irish Academy of Management (IAM) ,
  • 2003 Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA),

Other

  • Visiting Professor: Work & Equalities Institute (WEI), Alliance Manchester Business School, UK
  • Honorary Visiting Professor: University of St Andrews Management School, Scotland

Peer Reviewed Journals

2022

Victim or master of HRM implementation: the frontline manager conundrum

Townsend, K;Dundon, T;Cafferkey, K;Kilroy, J (2022) Victim or master of HRM implementation: the frontline manager conundrum. HOBOKEN : WILEY Asia Pacific Journal Of Human Resources :79-96

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2022

Work in the Gig-Economy: The Role of the State and Non-State Actors Ceding and Seizing Regulatory Space

Inversi, C. Dundon, T. & Buckley, LA (2022) Work in the Gig-Economy: The Role of the State and Non-State Actors Ceding and Seizing Regulatory Space. Work Employment And Society

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2022

Mapping Employee Involvement and Participation (EIP) in institutional context: Mick Marchington's applied pluralist contributions to Human Resource Management (HRM) research methods, theory and policy

Dundon, T. Wilkinson, A. Ackers, P. (2022) Mapping Employee Involvement and Participation (EIP) in institutional context: Mick Marchington's applied pluralist contributions to Human Resource Management (HRM) research methods, theory and policy. London Human Resource Management Journal

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2021

Forming Effective Employee Information and Consultation: A Five-Stage Trust and Justice Process

Kougiannou N.;Dundon T.;Wilkinson A. (2021) Forming Effective Employee Information and Consultation: A Five-Stage Trust and Justice Process. British Journal Of Management :200-218

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2021

New Trajectories in Worker Voice: Integrating and Applying Contemporary Challenges in the Organization of Work

Wilkinson A.;Knoll M.;Mowbray P.K.;Dundon T. (2021) New Trajectories in Worker Voice: Integrating and Applying Contemporary Challenges in the Organization of Work. British Journal Of Management

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2021

‘Zones of contention’ in industrial relations: Framing pluralism as praxis

Dobbins T.;Hughes E.;Dundon T. (2021) ‘Zones of contention’ in industrial relations: Framing pluralism as praxis. Journal Of Industrial Relations :149-176

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2021

Inside the meetings: The role of managerial attitudes in approaches to information and consultation for employees

Kougiannou, NK., Wilkinson, A. and Dundon, T. (2021) Inside the meetings: The role of managerial attitudes in approaches to information and consultation for employees. British Journal Of Industrial Relations

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2020

Employer silencing in a context of voice regulations: Case studies of non-compliance

Hickland E, Cullinane N, Dobbins T, Dundon T, Donaghey J (2020) Employer silencing in a context of voice regulations: Case studies of non-compliance. Human Resource Management Journal

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2020

Employer silencing in a context of voice regulations: Case studies of non-compliance

Hickland, E;Cullinane, N;Dobbins, T;Dundon, T;Donaghey, J (2020) Employer silencing in a context of voice regulations: Case studies of non-compliance. HOBOKEN : WILEY Human Resource Management Journal :537-552

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2019

The fracturing of work and employment relations

Tony Dundon (2019) The fracturing of work and employment relations. Labour & Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work :6-18

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2018

The (potential) demise of HRM

Tony Dundon & Anthony Rafferty (2018) The (potential) demise of HRM. Human Resource Management Journal :337-391

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2018

Employee voice mechanisms for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender expatriation: the role of Employee-Resource Groups (ERGs) and allies

McNulty Y.;McPhail R.;Inversi C.;Dundon T.;Nechanska E. (2018) Employee voice mechanisms for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender expatriation: the role of Employee-Resource Groups (ERGs) and allies. International Journal Of Human Resource Management :829-856

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2018

Towards an integration of employee voice and silence

Nechanska E.;Hughes E.;Dundon T. (2018) Towards an integration of employee voice and silence. Human Resource Management Review

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2016

The shifting contours of collective bargaining in the manufacturing sector in the Republic of Ireland: Government, employer and union responses since the economic crisis

Hickland E.;Dundon T. (2016) The shifting contours of collective bargaining in the manufacturing sector in the Republic of Ireland: Government, employer and union responses since the economic crisis. European Journal Of Industrial Relations :235-249

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2015

Double-breasting employee voice: An assessment of motives, arrangements and durability

Dundon T.;Cullinane N.;Donaghey J.;Dobbins T.;Wilkinson A.;Hickland E. (2015) Double-breasting employee voice: An assessment of motives, arrangements and durability. Human Relations :489-513

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2015

Militant partnership: a radical pluralist analysis of workforce dialectics

Dundon T.;Dobbins T. (2015) Militant partnership: a radical pluralist analysis of workforce dialectics. Work Employment And Society :912-931

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2011

Reconceptualising employee silence: Problems and prognosis

Donaghey J.;Cullinane N.;Dundon T.;Wilkinson A. (2011) Reconceptualising employee silence: Problems and prognosis. Work Employment And Society :51-67

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2010

Interviewing reluctant respondents: Strikes, henchmen, and gaelic games

Dundon T.;Ryan P. (2010) Interviewing reluctant respondents: Strikes, henchmen, and gaelic games. Organizational Research Methods :562-581

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2007

Bitten by the celtic tiger: Immigrant workers and industrial relations in the New 'Glocalized' Ireland

Dundon T.;Gonzlez-Prez M.;McDonough T. (2007) Bitten by the celtic tiger: Immigrant workers and industrial relations in the New 'Glocalized' Ireland. Economic And Industrial Democracy :501-522

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2006

The psychological contract: A critical review

Cullinane N.;Dundon T. (2006) The psychological contract: A critical review. International Journal Of Management Reviews :113-129

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2004

The meanings and purpose of employee voice

Dundon T.;Wilkinson A.;Marchington M.;Ackers P. (2004) The meanings and purpose of employee voice. International Journal Of Human Resource Management :1149-1170

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Books

2021

Contemporary Human Resource Management: Text and Cases (6th Edition)

Wilkinson, A. Dundon, T. Redman, T (2021) Contemporary Human Resource Management: Text and Cases (6th Edition). London : Sage

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2020

Handbook of Research on Employee Voice

Wilkinson, A., Donaghey, J., Dundon, T. & Freeman, RB (2020) Handbook of Research on Employee Voice. London : Edward Elgar

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2020

Case Studies in Work, Employment and Human Resource Management

Dundon, T and Wilkinson, A (2020) Case Studies in Work, Employment and Human Resource Management. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar

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2019

Elgar Introduction to Theories of Human Resources and Employment Relations

Keith Townsend, Kenneth Cafferkey, Aoife M. McDermott & Tony Dundon (Eds) (2019) Elgar Introduction to Theories of Human Resources and Employment Relations. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar

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2018

Routledge Companion of Employment Relations

Adrian Wilkinson, Tony Dundon, Jimmy Donaghey & Alex Covin (Eds) (2018) Routledge Companion of Employment Relations. London : Routledge

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2017

A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book about Employment Relations

Tony Dundon, Niall Cullinane & Adrian Wilkinson (2017) A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book about Employment Relations. London : Sage

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Book Chapters

2023

Occupational Health and Wellbeing: Challenges and Opportunities in Theory and Practice

Dundon, T., O'Shea, D., McCarthy, J. & Pagoni, M (2023) Occupational Health and Wellbeing: Challenges and Opportunities in Theory and Practice. London : Routledge Engagement Through Disruption Rhetoric, Reality and Reimagining Wellbeing at Work

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2020

Resistance, mischief and misbehavior@ The Jad-Gin Co.(JGC).

Murphy, C., Ryan, L., & Dundon, T. (2020) Resistance, mischief and misbehavior@ The Jad-Gin Co.(JGC).. UK : Edward Elgar Publishing. Case Studies in Work, Employment and Human Resource Management.

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2019

Fragmented Demands: Platform and Gig-Working in the UK

Howcroft, D;Dundon, T;Inversi, C (2019) Fragmented Demands: Platform and Gig-Working in the UK. SINGAPORE : SPRINGER-VERLAG SINGAPORE PTE LTD ZERO HOURS AND ON-CALL WORK IN ANGLO-SAXON COUNTRIES :215-232

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Other Publications

2021

Now is the time for Ireland to consider a fair-work agenda

Caroline Murphy & Tony Dundon (2021) Now is the time for Ireland to consider a fair-work agenda. Dublin : Irish Times

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2019

Just when you thought it was safe to sign a zero hours contract

MacMahon J and Dundon T (2019) Just when you thought it was safe to sign a zero hours contract. Dublin : Irish Times

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