Peter Berg
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Manufacturing advantage: Why high-performance work systems pay off
E Appelbaum, T Bailey, P Berg, AL Kalleberg
Cornell University Press, 2000
Balancing work and family: The role of high‐commitment environments
P Berg, AL Kalleberg, E Appelbaum
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 42 (2), 168-188, 2003
The effect of high-performance work practices on employee earnings in the steel, apparel, and medical electronics and imaging industries
T Bailey, P Berg, C Sandy
ILR Review 54 (2A), 525-543, 2001
The effects of high performance work practices on job satisfaction in the United States steel industry
P Berg
Relations industrielles 54 (1), 111-135, 1999
Contesting time: International comparisons of employee control of working time
P Berg, E Appelbaum, T Bailey, AL Kalleberg
Ilr Review 57 (3), 331-349, 2004
The performance effects of modular production in the apparel industry
P Berg, E Appelbaum, T Bailey, AL Kalleberg
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 35 (3), 356-373, 1996
Flexible careers across the life course: Advancing theory, research and practice
J Tomlinson, M Baird, P Berg, R Cooper
Human Relations 71 (1), 4-22, 2018
Dignity at work for low wage, low skill service workers
P Berg, AC Frost
Relations industrielles 60 (4), 657-682, 2005
Organizations and the intersection of work and family: A comparative perspective
E Appelbaum, T Bailey, P Berg, AL Kalleberg
Shared work-valued care: New norms for organizing market work and unpaid care work
E Appelbaum, T Bailey, P Berg, AL Kalleberg
Economic and Industrial Democracy 23 (1), 125-131, 2002
Do high performance work systems pay off?
E Appelbaum, T Bailey, P Berg, AL Kalleberg
The transformation of work 10, 85-107, 2001
Expanding the boundaries of boundary theory: Regulative institutions and work–family role management
MM Piszczek, P Berg
Human Relations 67 (12), 1491-1512, 2014
Working-time configurations: A framework for analyzing diversity across countries
P Berg, G Bosch, J Charest
ILR Review 67 (3), 805-837, 2014
A. Kalleberg (2000)
E Appelbaum, T Bailey, P Berg
Manufacturing advantage: why high-performance work systems pay off, 86
High-performance work systems: Giving workers a stake
E Appelbaum, P Berg
The new relationship: Human capital in the American corporation, 102-144, 2000
Work-life flexibility policies: Do unions affect employee access and use?
P Berg, EE Kossek, K Misra, D Belman
ILR Review 67 (1), 111-137, 2014
The effects of work restructuring on low-wage, low-skilled workers in US hospitals
E Appelbaum, P Berg, A Frost, G Preuss, E Appelbaum
Low-wage America: How employers are reshaping opportunity in the workplace …, 2003
Financial market constraints and business strategy in the USA
E Appelbaum, P Berg
Creating industrial capacity: Towards full employment 204, 1996
High-performance work systems and labor market structures
E Appelbaum, P Berg
Sourcebook of Labor Markets: Evolving Structures and Processes, 271-293, 2001
The economic dimension of the employment relationship
RN Block, P Berg, D Belman
The Employment Relationship, 94-118, 2004
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