Professor Alison Sheridan
Professor Alison Sheridan
UNE Business School, University of New England
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Changing HRM practices with firm growth
B Kotey, A Sheridan
Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 2004
Chronic presenteeism: The multiple dimensions to men's absence from part‐time work
A Sheridan
Gender, Work & Organization 11 (2), 207-225, 2004
Deal‐making and rule‐breaking: Behind the fašade of equity in academia
SE Kjeldal, J Rindfleish, A Sheridan
Gender and Education 17 (4), 431-447, 2005
Gender, personal values, strategies and small business performance
R Boohene, A Sheridan, B Kotey
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal 27 (3), 237, 2008
Accessing board positions: A comparison of female and male board members’ views
A Sheridan, G Milgate
Corporate Governance: An International Review 13 (6), 847-855, 2005
A view from the top: women on the boards of public companies
A Sheridan
Corporate Governance: The international journal of business in society, 2001
Caring for each other: how do nurse managers ‘manage’their role?
P Paliadelis, M Cruickshank, A Sheridan
Journal of Nursing Management 15 (8), 830-837, 2007
Workplace flexibility: reconciling the needs of employers and employees
A Sheridan, L Conway
Women in management Review, 2001
No change from within: senior women managers’ response to gendered organizational structures
J Rindfleish, A Sheridan
Women in Management Review, 2003
What you know and who you know:“Successful” women’s experiences of accessing board positions
A Sheridan
Career Development International, 2002
Revealing the screening: Organisational factors influencing the recruitment of immigrant professionals
S Almeida, M Fernando, A Sheridan
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 23 (9), 1950-1965, 2012
“She says, he says”: women’s and men’s views of the composition of boards
A Sheridan, G Milgate
Women in Management Review, 2003
‘Doing gender’in a regional context: Explaining women's absence from senior roles in regional accounting firms in Australia
S Adapa, J Rindfleish, A Sheridan
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 35, 100-110, 2016
Patterns in the policies: affirmative action in Australia
A Sheridan
Women in Management Review, 1998
Gender and the practice of HRM in small business
B Kotey, A Sheridan
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 39 (3), 23-40, 2001
Affirmative action in Australia–employment statistics can′ t tell the whole story
AJ Sheridan
Women in Management Review, 1995
Organisational careers versus boundaryless careers: Insights from the accounting profession
T Smith, A Sheridan
Journal of Management & Organization 12 (3), 223-234, 2006
Reducing gender wage inequality increases economic prosperity for all: Insights from Australia
T Kennedy, M Rae, A Sheridan, A Valadkhani
Economic Analysis and Policy 55, 14-24, 2017
Complex and contradictory: The doing of gender on regional development boards
A Sheridan, FH McKenzie, L Still
Gender, Work & Organization 18 (3), 282-297, 2011
Ms representations: women, management and popular culture
J O’Sullivan, A Sheridan
Women in Management Review, 1999
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