I joined Norwich Business School in September 2011. I am a founding member of the Employment Systems and Institutions (ESI) Group and I took on the Head of Group role in 2015. This group has grown from a core of 6 academics to a group that has over 20 NBS members including lecturing, research and PhD studens. I am also the NBS Director of Academic Staff Development supporting the academic capacity in a School which has doubled in size from 2011, and now has in the region of 100 colleagues. I am the academic lead for the learning programme within the ESRC What Works Wellbeing Research Centre; and running an ESRC grant on Globalizing Actors with colleagues from King's College London and De Montfort University. I am involved in other research and publication on HRM in multinationals and HRM and performance. For more details on the What Works- Work, Learning and Wellbeing programme go to:
Previously I worked at Leicester Business School, De Montfort University where I was Professor of International HRM in the International and Comparative HRM Research Group, and Deputy Director of Research for the Faculty of Business and Law. I began my career at Cranfield University where in 1991 I graduated with my MSc in Applied Psychology and after a several years working as a researcher in the industrial skills sector I moved back into academic research with a post at the Research Centre for European Human Resource Management (HRM) at Cranfield School of Management. Whilst working at the Cranfield research centre I completed my PhD studies examining how multinationals organised to facilitate individual and organisational learning within their R&D subsidiaries.
Over the years I have undertaken a wide range of international comparative research projects funded by Research Councils, the EU and private firms. I am one of the founding members of the INTREPID network which is a collaborative network of over 40 researchers from Argentina, Australia, Canada, Denmark, Ireland, Mexico, Norway, Singapore, Spain and the UK. The network was originally established as part of a comparative survey project examining employment practices in multinational firms in the UK, Canada, Ireland and Spain. Since its inception in 2003 its membership has grown. For further information please visit the project website at:http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/wbs/projects/mncemployment
I am also a member of CRIMT which is an interuniversity research centre on Globalisation and Work co-ordinated by the University of Montreal. The researchers focus on the theoretical and practical challenges of institutional and organizational renewal in the areas of work and employment in the global era. Its three founding institutions are Univesité de Montréal, Université, HEC Montréal Laval. CRIMT draws on researchers from 16 Canadian Universities and over 25 institutions and universities in other countries. For more information on CRIMT go to:
I also engage with firms and institutions through consultancy work.
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Distributed Leadership and Employee Cynicism: Trade unions as joint change agents,
in Human Resource Management JournalFull Text UEA Repository
(E-pub ahead of print)
The distinctiveness of employment relations within multinationals: political games and social compromises within multinationals’ subsidiaries in Germany and Belgium,
in Journal of Industrial RelationsFull Text UEA Repository
(E-pub ahead of print)
Human Resource Development: National Embeddedness,
in Handbook of Research on Comparative Human Resource Management.
Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN 978 1 78471 112 2Full Text UEA Repository
Well-being through learning: A systematic review of learning interventions in the workplace and their impact on well-being,
in European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
pp. 247-268Full Text UEA Repository
Multinationals and Skills Policy Networks: HRM as a Player in Economic and Social Concerns,
in British Journal of ManagementFull Text UEA Repository
(E-pub ahead of print)
Democratisation of wellbeing: stakeholder perspectives on policy priorities for improving national wellbeing through paid employment and adult learning,
in British Journal of Guidance and CounsellingFull Text UEA Repository
(E-pub ahead of print)
in Impact : Social Sciences and Humanities - Broading the Conversation.
Science Impact Ltd
pp. 42-44Full Text
(Other chapter contribution)
Work, Learning and Wellbeing – ESRC,
pp. 42-44Full Text UEA Repository
Shut the fridge door! HRM alignment, job redesign and energy performance,
in Human Resource Management Journal
pp. 382–402Full Text UEA Repository
Wasta in the Jordanian Context,
in Handbook of Human Resource Management in the Middle East.
Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN 978 1 78471 951 7Full Text UEA Repository
A mutual gains perspective on workplace partnership: Employee outcomes and the mediating role of the employment relations climate,
in Human Resource Management Journal
pp. 351-368Full Text UEA Repository
What Works Wellbeing: a guide to our evidence review methods,
What Works WellbeingFull Text UEA Repository
in Encyclopedia Of Human Resource Management.
Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN 9781783475452Full Text UEA Repository
Workplace partnership and legitimacy: A multi-layered analysis of the shop steward experience,
in Work, Employment & Society
pp. 895-911Full Text UEA Repository
The changing context of regional governance of FDI in England,
in European Urban and Regional Studies
pp. 61-76Full Text UEA Repository
Mutual gains? The workers' verdict: a longitudinal study,
in International Journal of Human Resource Management
pp. 895-914Full Text UEA Repository
Human Resource Management Practices in the Multinational Company: A Test of System, Societal, and Dominance Effects,
in Industrial and Labor Relations Review
pp. 588-617Full Text UEA Repository
Using HPWP to drive towards growth: the impact of occupational health and safety leadership,
in How HR can drive growth?.
pp. 228-252UEA Repository
in Handbook of Research in Comparative Human Resource Management.
Edward Elgar PublishingUEA Repository
U.S. multinationals and the control of subsidiary employment policies,
in Industrial and Labor Relations Review
article no. 4
pp. 645-669UEA Repository
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Key Research Interests
I have been the Principal Investigator and Co-applicant on a range of research projects over the years (full list below). Two significant new projects are:
What Works Wellbeing - Work Learning and Wellbeing Programme. I am the theme lead working closely with a team of colleagues in UEA, University of Sheffield and University of Essex. For more details:
Globalizing Actors: The research involves case studies, surveys and diaries; and will involve collaborations with research partners in Canada, Ireland and Korea. The project titled: Globalizing Actors: The Creation, Diffusion, Implementation and Contestation of Global Norms analyses the roles of individuals in the international integration of multinational companies (MNCs). It asks how these ‘globalizing actors’ create, spread, implement and contest norms across international operations, particularly in the domain of human resources. Based on an innovative mixed-methods approach across cases drawn from UK-owned MNCs operating in a variety of competitive environments and across major global regions, it aims to provide an integrated analysis of the enactment of these roles, and to identify the individual, organizational and institutional resources drawn upon in executing them.
Three on-going projects include:
Comparative Analysis of MNC Employment Practices in MNCs – this project includes a number of the INTREPID network examining the organisational and institutional factors associated with employment practices. Comparative analysis of data from the UK, Ireland, Canada and Spain has begun, with expansion to Denmark, Norway, Australia, Mexico, Argentina and others to follow. A series of work has been published from the UK team based on the UK data. The UK team includes me alongside Professors Anthony Ferner (De Montfort University), Tony Edwards (Kings College London), Paul Marginson (University of Warwick), and Paul Edwards (University of Birmingham). Comparative publications are underway.
Multinational Corporations, subnational governance and human resources – this project involves in-depth case study work and social network analysis of MNCs and their relations with regional governance actors in eight regions across the UK, Spain, Ireland and Canada. Fieldwork for this project will be completed in the UK at the end of 2011. The UK team includes me alongside Professors Philip Almond (PI) and Anthony Ferner (De Montfort University).
Tracking Work Force Experiences of Change in a Large Engineering MNC – this is an on-going longitudinal study that began in 2006. It has involved in-depth interviews with employees, managers and union representatives alongside matched longitudinal employee survey data. A number of papers on high performance work systems and employee engagement are being produced from this work. This work is led by Dr Linda Glover and Dr Peter Butler (De Montfort University) in collaboration with me.
ESRC Research Centre (2015-2018) Daniels (PI), Tregaskis (Co-I Lead for Learning theme) 10 additional Co-I. Work, Adult Learning and Wellbeing. What Works Well-being Centre Call. ESRC, Centre Call.
ESRC (2016-2019). Globalising Actors. Edwards , T. (PI) King's College London, Tregaskis, O. (UEA), Almond, P. (De Montfort University) and Daniels, K. (UEA) (Co-I).
Almond, P. and Tregaskis, O. (2015-17) Co-ordinating Actors. British Academy, £10,000. Funded.
Daniels, K., Tregaskis, O. and Nayani, R. (2014) Network Capability. Associate Dean of Enterprises Competition.
ESRC Research Grant (2009-2011) Surveying Employment Practices of Multinationals in Comparative Context: Integrating and Differentiating National Systems. Principal investigator Tony Edwards (Kings College London) co-applicants Olga Tregaskis (DMU), Paul Marginson (Warwick Business School), Anthony Ferner (DMU), Paul Edwards (Warwick Business School). £160,334.(RES-062-23-2080)
ESRC (2009-2011) Research Grant, Multinational corporations, subnational governance and human resources: a cross-national comparison. Principal Investigator P. Almond, co-applicants A. Ferner and O. Tregaskis, £186,000.
EC Framework Programme 7- Marie Currie 2009-2012. Employment Relations in Multinational Companies , International Exchange programme. Principal Applicant Paddy Gunnigle (University of Limerick). Institution Principal Investigator Olga Tregaskis.
ESRC 2008-09, Impact Grant, Comparative analysis of supplier diversity in France, Sweden, Germany and the UK, Principal Investigator M. Ram, co-applicant O. Tregaskis, £98,000.
TSB: Technology Programme, 2008-2011. TSB/ K1532G/APE Accelerating Process Excellence Using Virtual Discrete Event Process Simulation. Principal Investigator D. Stockton, co-applicant O. Tregaskis plus industrial collaborators – Unipart, TATA Steel, Perkins, Virtalis, Sustainable Technology Solutions.
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) 2008-2013. Building Institutions and Capabilities for Work and Employment in a Global Era, Major Collaborative Research Initiatives program (MCRI), theme I: Multinational Companies and Global Value Chains, co-applicant Olga Tregaskis (DMU), Principal Investigator Gregor Murray (University of Montreal). (Travel and subsistence grant provision for collaboration).
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) 2008-2009. HRM in Multinational Companies in Comparative Perspective (International Funding Opportunities), co-applicant Olga Tregaskis (DMU), Principal Investigator Gregor Murray (University of Montreal). Travel and subsistence grant for international meeting and invited speaker at an international conference.
Industrial Funding 2006-2009. Tracking Work Force Experiences of a Change Intervention in a Large Engineering MNC, Principal Investigator, Linda Glover, co-applicants Olga Tregaskis and Peter Butler.
AIM2005-06. Investigation of employment practices in MNCs. Travel funds. Principal Investigator Paul Edwards (Warwick Business School), co-applicants Olga Tregaskis and Anthony Ferner (DMU), Paul Marginson (Warwick Business School) and Tony Edwards (King's College London).
ESRC 2004-07, Research Grant, Large-scale survey of employment practice in multinational companies operating in the UK, RES-000-23-0305. Principal applicant Anthony Ferner, co-applicants: Olga Tregaskis (DMU), Paul Marginson and Paul Edwards (Warwick Business School) and Tony Edwards (King's College London), £315,000.
CIPD 2002-05. Research grant, International HR Networks, Principal investigator Olga Tregaskis (DMU), co-applicants Anthony Ferner and Linda Glover (DMU).
European Commission, Framework Programme 4. Learning and Training in Organisations: a comparative study in Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands and the UK. International co-ordinator Lennart Svensson (Lund University), country Principal investigator Olga Tregaskis and Chris Brewster (Cranfield School of Management), £430,000.
European Commission, Leonardo Programme, 1997. Benchlearning: a comparative study from Sweden, Denmark and the UK. International co-ordinator Sweden, county Principal investigator Olga Tregaskis and Chris Brewster (Cranfield School of Management), £160,000.
European Commission, Directorate General V. Flexible Working Patterns in Europe. Statistical analysis of survey data, Principal investigator Chris Brewster, co-applicants Olga Tregaskis and Lesley Mayne (Cranfield School of Management).
Employment National Training Organisation 1998. Mapping of training qualifications across the Training Organisation Network. Principal investigators Olga Tregaskis and David Parsons (Cranfield School of Management).
Leverhulme Foundation 1996. Scoping study of MNC training and development practices. Principal Investigator Olga Tregaskis.
Industrial Funding, Price Waterhouse 1994-1999. Cranet Survey of comparative HRM policy and practice. Principal investigator Chris Brewster, UK research team Ariane Hegewisch, Lesley Mayne and Olga Tregaskis.
My teaching input draws heavily from my research experiences, data and knowledge base in the field of international and comparative HRM. Cases used in teaching are often drawn from fieldwork I've undertaken or consultancy work. I use exerts from my research datasets in research methods workshops to give students a flavour of how to construct, prepare and check the accuracy of data they may be working with in dissertations. I also draw heavily from my practical research experience to help students appreciate the difficulties in realising the ‘ideal' research design and the necessity for robust methods as a requisite of quality research data. Currently at NBS I am involved with MSc teaching and research methods teaching. Responsibilities at NBS have included:
MSc Global Careers
MSc Delivering High Performance
MBA Strategic HRM
MBA Strategic HRM
MSc Global Careers
MSc Delivering High Performance
PhD/MRes Methodology workshops
Guest lecturers – UG and Post-graduate modules
External Activities and Indicators of Esteem
- Editorial Board Member for Management International Review (MIR), 2015 onwards.
- Editorial Board Member for Human Resource Management Journal, 2014 onwards.
- Academy of Management, invited selection committee member for the 2013-2015 International Human Resource Management Scholarly Award, presented to the best published academic paper.
- Regular reviewer for 4* and 3* journals.
- Academy of Management, invited selection committee member for the 2013 International Human Resource Management Scholarly Award, presented to the best published academic paper.
- External examiner.
- The UK’s national representative for the International Management Division of the Academy of Management during 2001-2004.
- Speaker at the Leicestershire CIPD Branch meetings on research, variable.
- Graduate member of the British Psychological Society and Occupational Psychology Section, current.
- Member of the Higher Education Academy, current.
Associate Editor, Human Relations, 2017-current
Head of Group, Employment Systems and Institutions 2015-2016
NBS Director of Staff Development 2011-2017
NBS Deputy Head of School Jan 2014-July 2014 (study leave cover)
Leicester Business School Deputy Director of Research for the Faculty of Business and Law 2010-11
Leicester Business School, Departmental Research co-ordinator 2001-2010
Leicester Business School, deputy chair of the University Higher Degrees Research Training sub-committee, 2006-11.
- 2016 Invited talk to the Learning and Work Institute to discuss the learning programme within the What Works Wellbeing Centre activity.
- 2014 Invited presentation on Multinationals and Policy Networks, at WU – Vienna University of Economics and Business
- 2013 Invited presentation at the University of Asturias on our work on Multinationals and regional governance, to an audience of multinationals (including St. Gobain and EDP) and invited governance actors including Club de la Innovación,of the two main trade unions, of the employers' regional association,of the Fundacion Universidad Empresa, of the Cluster of Energy and the of the regional government of Asturias.
- Founding member of INTREPID, an international research network formed by Tregaskis and Ferner (De Montfort University) alongside Edwards (Kings College London) and Edwards, P. and Marginson (Warwick Business School). The network have undertaken comparative surveys of multinational employment practices across the UK, Canada (HEC Montreal and Laval University), Spain (IESE), Ireland (University of Limerick), Denmark (Copenhagen Business School), Norway (Norwegian School of Economics and Business), Australia (University of Newcastle, La Trobe University, University of Wollongong and Victoria University), Mexico (El Colegio de la Frontera Norte) and Argentina. This group have been collaborating since 2005 on survey work and is engaged in on-going collaborations.
- Member of CRIMT an interuniversity research centre on Globalisation and Work co-ordinated by the University of Montreal. I work with members of this group on an on-going basis.
- Invited speaker to Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, 15th December 2010, “Employment Practices of MNCs in the UK: key findings”.
- Invited Speaker by Cornell University, Ithica, New York, 16th September 2010, series of papers on comparative analysis of employment practices in MNCs operating in the UK, Canada, Ireland and Spain.
- Invited discussant at the University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, Professor Burgess and Dr McDonnell, Workshop on How organisations are Managing the Recession across countries. August, 22nd, 2009.
- Invited workshop participant, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. 1st Asia-pacific workshop on Good Work and Teamworking, hosted by Dr MacNeil and Prof Bray, 20-21st August, 2009.
- 2007-2011 Reviewer for the ESRC research first grants scheme, Follow-on Grants Scheme, and ESRC Capacity Building Cluster in Business Research and Engagement.
- Invited speaker at the Canadian Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work (CRIMT), HEC Montreal, 20-21 September 2006.
Invited Speaker at the Centre of US-Mexican Studies, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte/University of California San Diego 22nd June 2010, talk “Innovation and Learning in MNCs: UK survey data”.
- Invited speaker at the NHH (NorwegianBusinessSchool), Bergen, Professor Paul Gooderham. Presentation on Organisational Learning in MNCs to student/staff seminar, 2008.
- Invited speaker at the Leicestershire CIPD Branch meeting on research, June 2006.
- “Outstanding Reviewer Award”. This award was ‘Presented in recognition of thoughtful, detailed and high quality reviews of papers submitted to the International Management Division program’. Academy of Management, Annual Meeting, Atlanta, 2006.
- Best paper Award winner at the ACREW (Australian Centre for Research in Employment and Work Practices) 2005 conference for my paper co-authored with Chris Brewster entitled ‘Exploring trends in flexibility working practices in Europe’.
- Invited speaker at the CIPD Annual HR conference in Harrogate in Oct 2005.
- Invited to write a practitioner piece for the Oct 2005 issue of Worldlink, the official magazine of the European Human Resource Management Association.
- Invited speaker to the CIPD International Meeting (practitioner forum) entitled “International HR Forum and Knowledge Diffusion”. March 2003, London
- Reviewer for the Carolyn Dexter Award, American Academy of Management in 2003 and 2004.
- “Outstanding Reviewer Award”. This award was ‘Presented in recognition of thoughtful, detailed and high quality reviews of papers submitted to the International Management Division program’. Academy of Management, Annual Meeting, Washington, 2001.
- Conference session chair at a number of national and international conferences including the British Academy of Management and the IrishAcademy of Management.
- Special Issue editor of the American based journal International Studies of Management and Organization in 1998.
- Guest speaker at the 6th International Seminar on Working Time, Working Time in Flux talk entitled “Diversity in Labour Flexibility: international comparisons”, February 1999, Germany.
Invited to give a staff seminar at MacQuarieUniversity, Graduate School of Business on “Comparative International Survey Methodology: experiences from the Cranet project” July 1998, Sydney, Australia.
- Guest speaker at HenleyManagementCollege’s Future of Work Forum, talk entitled “Flexibility: How does the UK compare?”, 1997, London.
1998. ANBAR Citation of Excellence for: Tregaskis, O. and Brewster, C. (1998). “Training and development in the UK context: an emerging polarisation?” Journal of European Industrial Training, 22, 4/5, 180-189.
- Best Paper Award by the Literati Club 1997 for: Tregaskis O and Dany F (1996). “A Comparison of HRD in France and the UK”. Journal of European Industrial Training, 20, 1, 20-31.
- Academy of Management Meeting published the following papers in the Best Papers Proceedings: Tregaskis, O (1996). “Training and Development in Foreign Owned Subsidiaries: Home Verses Host Country Factors”. Academy of Management Conference, Cincinnati, August.; Mayne L, Tregaskis O and Brewster C (1995). “Flexibility and Human Resource Management Strategy”. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, August, Vancouver.
Practice based publications:
Tregaskis, O. (2012) High Performance HR. Employee Benefit Magazine, Oct.
Tregaskis, O. “Achieving Global HR Integration through HR Networks” Worldlink, Oct 2005.
Tregaskis, O. and Brewster, C. (1998) “Getting the answers: What is really involved in understaking worthwhile research”. Journal of Professional Human Resource Management, Issue 12, July, 9-15.
Tregaskis, O. and Atterbury, S (1998), “Work flexibility”. Flexible Working Briefing, 29, 8-10.
Brewster C and Tregaskis O (1997). "The non-permanent workforce". Flexible Working, 2, 2, 11-13.
Tregaskis O (1997). "An alternative employment option: subcontracting". Flexible Working, March.
Mayne L and Tregaskis O (1996). "Managing the Flexible Workforce". Czech Republic Personnel Magazine.
Brewster C, Tregaskis, O and Mayne L (1996). “The Cost of Flexible Working”. Flexible Working Briefing, 7, 12-13.
Brewster C and Tregaskis O (1996) "International Comparisons of Overtime and Annualised Hours". Flexible Working, vol 4, p9-11, ISSN 1360-9505.
Tregaskis O and Daniels K (1996) "Teleworking in Europe". Flexible Working Briefing, issue 4, 6-7. ISSN 1363-8084.
Daniels K and Tregaskis O (1996) "Teleworking Success". Flexible Working, 5, .
Mayne L and Tregaskis O (1995). "Flexibility in Europe". International HR Journal, 4, 1, 31-36.
Almond, P and Tregaskis, O. (2014) “International HRM” in Tim Claydon and Julie Beardwell (eds) Human Resource Management a Contemporary Approach, FT-Prentice Hall: London.
Chidiebere, O., Daniels, K, Van Veldehoven, M, Tregaskis, O. (2013) ‘Using HPWP to drive towards growth: The impact of health and safety leadership’. In How Can HR drive growth? George Saridakis and Cary L. Cooper (eds). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar: Chapter 11: 228-252.
Tregaskis, O. and Heraty, N (2012). ‘Human Resource Development: national embeddedness’. In Handbook of Research on Comparative Human Resource Management,editors Chris Brewster, University of Reading, UK, andWolfgang Mayrhofer, Wirtschaftsuniversität (WU) Wien, Austria (eds). Edward Elgar Publishing.
Almond, P and Tregaskis, O. (2010) “International HRM” in Tim Claydon and Julie Beardwell (eds) Human Resource Management a Contemporary Approach, FT-Prentice Hall: London.
Tregaskis, O., Heraty, N., and Morley, M. (2007). “HRD in multinationals: the global/local mix”. In K. Hutchings and H. De Cieri (eds) International Human Resource Management. Australia: Ashgate. Originally published in Human Resource Management Journal, 11, 2, 34-56.
Almond, P and Tregaskis, O (2007) “International HRM” in Tim Claydon and Julie Beardwell (eds) Human Resource Management a Contemporary Approach, FT-Prentice Hall: London.
Tregaskis, O., Atterbury, S. and MaHoney, C (2004) “International Survey Methodology”. In Brewster, C., Morley, M. and Mayhofer, W. Comparative HRM Practice.
Almond, P., Clark, I and Tregaskis, O. (2004) “International HRM” In Beardwell, I. and Holden L. Human Resource Management. FT-Prentice Hall: London.
Brewster, C. and Tregaskis, O. (2003). “Convergence or Divergence of Contingent Employment Practices”. In B. Cooke (ed) Multinational Companies and Transnational Workplace Issues.Chapter 9. Quorum: London.
Tregaskis, O. (2000). “Human Resource Development in Foreign Multinational Enterprises” In C. Brewster, W. Mayrhofer and M. Morley New Challenges for European Human Resource Management, Basingstoke: MacMillan press. Invited reprint first published in ISMO in 1998.
Mayne, L, Tregaskis, O. and Brewster, C. (2000). “A Comparative Analysis of the Link between flexibility and HRM strategy” In C. Brewster, W. Mayrhofer and M. Morley New Challenges for European Human Resource Management, Basingstoke: MacMillan press. Invited reprint first published in Employee Relations in 1996.
Brewster, C., Mayne, L., and Tregaskis, O. (2000) “Flexible Working in Europe” In M. Mendenhall, and G. Oddou, Readings and Cases in International Human Resource Management. Ontario: South-WesternCollege Publishing, International Thompson Publishing. Invited reprint first published in Journal of World Business.
Brewster, C., Tregaskis, O., Hegewisch, A., and Mayne, L. (2000). “Comparative Research in Human Resource Management: a review and an example” In C. Brewster, W. Mayrhofer and M. Morley New Challenges for European Human Resource Management, Basingstoke: MacMillan press. Invited reprint first published IJHRM in 1996.
Tregaskis, O (2000). “Telework in its national context”. In K. Daniels, D. Lamond, P. Standen (eds) Managing Telework.London: Thompson Press.
Tregaskis, O. and Daniels, K. (2000). “Organizational Learning”. In K. Daniels, D. Lamond, P. Standen (eds) Managing Telework.London: Thompson Press.
Brewster, C., Tregaskis, O., Hegewisch, A. and Mayne, L. (1999) “Comparative Research in Human Resource Management: a review and an example” In M. Poole (ed) Human Resource Management: Vol II: Comparative International Strategic Human Resource Management, chapter 26. (requested reprint).
Tregaskis, O (1999). “Meeting the Skill Needs of Flexible Workers”. CBI European Business Handbook.CBI.
Tregaskis, O (1999). “Work Organisation and Skills”. CBI European Business Handbook. CBI.
Aparicio-Valverde, M., Mayrhofer, W., Soler, C., and Tregaskis, O (1997). A Comparative Analysis of Learning Environments in European Organisations. In C. Armistead and J. Kiely (eds.) Effective Organisations: Looking to the Future. London: Cassell.
Brewster C, Hegewisch A, Mayne L and Tregaskis O (1994). "European Comparative Survey: Methodology". In Policy and Practice in European Human Resource Management Chris Brewster and Ariane Hegewisch (eds). Routledge. London.
Brewster C, Hegewisch A, Mayne L and Tregaskis O (1994). "Employee Communication and Participation". In Policy and Practice in European Human Resource Management (eds) Chris Brewster and Ariane Hegewisch. Routledge. London.