Prof. Tony Dundon BA (Hons), MA, PHD, Fellow CIPD
Tony Dundon is Professor of Human Resource Management and Employment Relations and Head of Management at the School of Business and Economic. Tony’s research areas include ‘employment relations, human resource management and organisational performance, employee voice and trade union organising. His research work is extensively cited on Google Scholar Scopus and other indices. Tony has supervised to completion several PhD candidates and enquiries from prospective students interested in pursuing doctoral research are welcome.
Professor Dundon’s research has shaped public policy debates and management practices in Ireland and abroad; for example concerning European employee information and consultation regulations; migrant worker rights; and union bargaining for skills, with recent media coverage in the Irish Times, Sunday Business Post, and The Herald. Tony is the Chief Examiner for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and is currently serving on a government-commissioned task-force responsible for reviewing Ireland’s apprenticeship system.
Professor Dundon previously worked at University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST) and has held international visiting positions at Sydney University; Deakin University, Melbourne; University of Hertfordshire, UK; Toulouse Business School, France. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of the Human Resource Management Journal (HRMJ), Consulting Editor for the International Journal of Management Reviews (IJMR); International Advisory Board Member of Work, Employment and Society (WES). Tony's books include Employment Relations in Non-Union Firms (Routledge, 2004); Understanding Employment Relations, (McGraw Hill, 2e, 2011); Cases in Global Management: Strategy, Innovation and People Management (Tilde University Press, 2012), and Global Anti-Unionism (Palgrave, 2013). Tony is recipient of the President’s Award for Teaching and Learning Excellence at NUI Galway.
T. Dundon, T. Dobbins, N. Cullinane, E. Hickland, J. Donaghey, 2014, ‘Employer occupation of regulatory space for the Employee Information and Consultation (I&C) Directive in Liberal Market Economies, Work, Employment & Society, 28 (1): 1-19 [Article].
A. Wilkinson, T. Dundon, K. Townsend and J. Donaghey, 2014, 'Partnership, Collaboration and Mutual Gains', International Journal Of Human Resource Management, 26 (6): 737-747 [Article].
D. van den Broek and T. Dundon, 2012, 'Still up to no good: Reconfiguring the boundaries of worker resistance and misbehaviour', Relations Industrielles, 67(1): 97-121 [Article]. T. Dundon and P. Ryan, 2010, ‘Interviewing Reluctant Respondents: Strikes, Henchmen and Gaelic Games’ Organizational Research Methods, 13 (3): 562-581 [Article].
T. Dundon and P. Ryan, 2010, ‘Interviewing Reluctant Respondents: Strikes, Henchmen and Gaelic Games’ Organizational Research Methods, 13 (3): 562-581 [Article].
Tony’s research interests are in the areas of employee voice, social partnership, trade union organisation and union renewal strategies, non-union employment relations, and HRM in SMEs. He also has an interest in HRM and organisational performance and labour migration. Enquiries from prospective students interested in applying for doctoral research around such topics is welcome.
Peer Reviewed Journals
|T. Dundon, T. Dobbins, N. Cullinane, E. Hickland, J. Donaghey (2014) ''Employer occupation of regulatory space for the Employee Information and Consultation (I&C) Directive in Liberal Market Economies''. Work Employment And Society, 28 (1):21-39. [DOI] [Details]|
|A. Wilkinson, A. T. Dundon, K. Townsend and J. Donaghey (2014) 'Partnership, Collaboration and Mutual Gains: evaluating context, interests and legitimacy'. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25 (6):737-747. [Details]|
|N. Cullinane, J. Donaghey, T. Dundon, T. Dobbins, E. Hickland (2014) 'Regulating for Mutual Gains: Non-Union Employee Representation and the Information & Consultation Directive'. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25 (6):810-828. [DOI] [Details]|
|Dundon. T. and van den Broek, D (2012) 'Incorporating Institutionalism: Reconceptualising the Resistance and Misbehaviour Binaries'. Advances In Industrial And Labor Relations, 19 (1):141-160. [Details]|
|Carney, Gemma M. and Dundon, Tony and Leime, AIne Ni (2012) ''Protecting the most vulnerable' in an economic crisis: a participatory study of civil society organisations in Ireland'. Voluntary Sector Review, 3 (3):329-346. [DOI] [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|J Donaghey, N Cullinane, T Dundon, and A Wilkinson (2011) '‘Re-conceptualising employee silence: problems and prognosis’'. Work, Employment And Society, 25 (1):51-67. [DOI] [Details]|
|N Cullinane, J Donaghey, T Dundon and T Dobbins (2012) '‘Different rooms, different voices: Double-breasting, multi-channel representation and the managerial agenda’'. International Journal Of Human Resource Management, 23 (2):368-384. [Details]|
|N. Cullinane and T. Dundon (2011) 'Redundancy and workplace occupation: the case of the Republic of Ireland'. Employee Relations, 33 (6):624-641. [DOI] [Details]|
|T Dundon and P Ryan (2010) '‘Interviewing Reluctant Respondents: Strikes, Henchmen and Gaelic Games’'. Organizational Research Methods, 13 (3):562-581. [DOI] [Details]|
|T McDonough and T Dundon (2010) '‘Thatcherism Delayed? The Irish crisis and the paradox of social partnership’'. Industrial Relations Journal, 41 (6):544-562. [DOI] [Details]|
|Dundon, T,Gollan, PJ (2007) 'Re-conceptualizing voice in the non-union workplace'. International Journal Of Human Resource Management, 18 :1182-1198. [DOI] [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|T, Dundon, M.A. Gonzalez-Perez and T. McDonough (2007) 'Bitten by the Celtic tiger: Immigrant Workers and Industrail Relations in the New 'Globalized' Ireland'. Economic And Industrial Democracy, 28 (4):501-522. [DOI] [Details]|
|N Cullinane and T Dundon (2006) '‘The psychological contract: a critical review’'. International Journal Of Management Reviews, 8 (2):113-129. [DOI] [Details]|
|B Harney and T Dundon (2006) '‘Capturing Complexity: developing an integrated approach to analysing HRM in SMEs’'. Human Resource Management Journal, 16 (1):48-73. [Details]|
|T Dundon, A Wilkinson, M Marchington and P Ackers (2004) '‘The meanings and purpose of employee voice’'. International Journal Of Human Resource Management, 15 (6):1150-1171. [DOI] [Details]|
|Dundon, T. (2002) '‘Employer Hostility to Union Organising'. Industrial Relations Journal, 33 (3):234-245. [Details]|
|I Grugulis, T Dundon and A Wilkinson (2000) '‘Cultural Control and the ‘Culture Manager’: Employment Practices in a Consultancy’'. Work, Employment and Society, 14 (1):97-116. [Details]|
|T. Dundon, A. Wilkinson, J. Donaghey and R. Freeman (Eds) (2014) Handbook of Research on Employee Voice. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [Details]|
|G. Gall and T. Dundon (2013) Global anti-unionism: nature, dynamics, trajectories and outcomes. London: Palgrave. [DOI] [Details]|
|T Dundon and A Wilkinson (2012) Case Studies in Global Management: Strategy, Innovation and People Management. Melbourne, Victoria: Tilde University Press. [Details]|
|T Dundon and D Rollinson (2011) Understanding Employment Relations, 2e. London: McGraw Hill. [Details]|
|T Dundon and D Rollinson (2004) Employment Relations in Non-Union Firms. London: Routledge. [Details]|
|T. Dobbins and T. Dundon (2014) ''Non-Union Employee Representation’' In: Handbook of Research on Employee Voice. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [Details]|
|Dundon, T. and Wilkinson, A (2013) 'Employee Participation' In: T. Redman and A. Wilkinson (eds). Contemporary Human Resource Management: Text and Cases, 4e. London: Prentice Hall. [Details]|
|Wilkinson, A. Dundon, T and Marchington, M (2013) 'Employee Involvement and Voice' In: S. Bach and M. Edwards (eds). Managing Human Resources, 5e. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. [Details]|
|T Dundon (2011) '‘Trade Unions’' In: C Rowley and K Jackson (eds). Human Resource Management: the key concepts. London: Routledge. [Details]|
|T Dobbins and T Dundon (2011) '‘Workplace Partnership and the Future of Employment Relations within Liberal Market Economies’' In: K Townsend and A Wilkinson (eds). The Future of Employment Relations: New Paradigms, New Approaches. London: Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]|
|T Dundon and D Collings (2011) 'Employment Relations in Ireland and the United Kingdom’' In: M Barry and A Wilkinson (eds). Handbook of Comparative Employment Relations. London: Edward Elgar. [Details]|
|A Wilkinson and T Dundon (2010) '‘Direct Employee Participation’' In: A Wilkinson, P Gollan, M Marchington and D Lewin (eds). The Oxford Handbook of Participation in Organizations. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Details]|
|Carney, G, Dundon, T, Ní Léime, A, and Loftus, C., 2011, (2011) Community Engagement in Ireland's Developmental Welfare State. Irish Centre for Social Gerontology, Galway. [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|T. Dundon, Curran, D., Maloney, M. and Ryan, P (2008) The Transposition of the European Employee Information and Consultation Directive Regulations in the Republic of Ireland’. CISC, NUI Galway, Galway. [Details]|
|M. Hefferenan, Harney, B., Cafferkey, K. and Dundon, T (2008) People Management and Innovation in Ireland. CISC NUI Galway, Galway. [Details]|
Honours and Awards
| Year: 2010.
Title: President’s Award for Teaching and Learning Excellence (NUI Galway)
| Year: 2008.
Title: International Visiting Research Fellow (University of Sydney, Australia).
| Year: 2006.
Title: Literai ‘Outstanding Paper Award’ for article in Employee Relations
| Year: 2006.
Title: Labor & Employment Relations Association (LERA) 'best conference paper'
| Year: 2004.
Title: Irish Academy of Management 'best HR track paper'
| Year: 1998.
Title: Literai ‘Excellence Award' for paper in Employee Relations
| Year: 1987.
Title: Communication Workers Union (CWU) Educational Scholarship
|Association: British Academy of Management (BAM), Function/Role: Academic Member|
|Association: British Sociological Association, Function/Role: Member|
|Association: British Universities Industrial Relations Association (BUIRA), Function/Role: Academic Member|
|Association: Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), Function/Role: Chief Examiner: Employee Relations|
|Association: Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), Function/Role: Chartered Fellow|
|Association: Irish Academy of Management , Function/Role: Academic Member|
|Association: Labor and Employment Relations Association, (LERA), USA , Function/Role: Academic Member|
|Association: World Association for Case Method Research and Application, Function/Role: Associate Member|
|Editor-in-Chief: Human Resource Management Journal (HRMJ)|
|Consulting Editor: International Journal of Management Reviews|
|International Board Member: Work, Employment and Society|
|Editorial Board Member: Irish Journal of Management|
|Series Editor: Welsh Academic Press (series ‘Studies in Contemporary Work & Employment’)|
|Chief Examiner: Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD)|
|National Moderator: Professional Practice: CIPD|
|Member: Government-commissioned taskforce to review Ireland’s apprenticeship and training system|
|Member: Research Advisory Panel, National Centre for Partnership & Performance (NCPP)|
|Chair: NUI Galway Partnership Committee|
|Chair: Benchmarking Review, School of Business and Economics|
|Chair: Quality Review of School of Business and Economics|
|Member: Institutional Review of Research Performance, School of Business|
|Panel Member: Moore Institute, Quality Review|
Dr Dundon teaches employment relations, people management and HRM at all levels including undergraduate, post-graduate, post-experience and executive education modules along with PhD supervision.
|MG603 People Management & Development: Strategy Innovation and People Management|
|MG565 MSc Industrial Relations & Human Resource Management: Employee Relations|
|MG327 B.Comm (HR Stream): Global Employment Relations|
|MG543 MSc Programmes: Research Methods|
|MG328 B.Comm: Managing Human Resources|
|MG322 B. Comm (HR Stream): Work and Organisations|
|MG544 MSc Industrial Relations & HRM: People Management & Development|