The output of the Centre since 2001 has been extensive. Researchers in the Centre have published leading monographs, (eg. The New Managerialism and Public Service Professions, London: Palgrave), and well over 100 articles in quality refereed journals, such as: British Journal of Industrial Relations, Economic and Industrial Democracy, Gender, Work and Organization, Human Resource Management Journal, Industrial Relations Journal, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Management Studies, New Technology, Work and Employment, Organization, Public Administration, Sociology, Sociological Review, Work, Employment and Society.
Colleagues have also presented at leading International Conferences, such as the Academy of Management Conference, the American Sociological Association and most recently a plenary paper at the triennial International Industrial Relations Association World Congress. In total, researchers have presented at forums in over 20 countries since 2001. They have also been responsible for the organisation of Conferences that have led to the development of key debates, for example in the UK around social partnership and, in international terms, around the future of work. CERIC was involved in initiating the annual Critical Labour Studies Conference and hosted the first two events, and the centre also jointly hosts (with Monash) the periodic Conference on Training, Employment and Employability (CTEE: held at Kings 2002; Prato, 2005). CERIC was represented on the organisation committee for the International Industrial Relations Association European Congress, held in Manchester in September 2007.
Researchers in the Centre are regularly invited to participate in leading international academic networks (such as the Globalisation and Transformation of Work network (GLOW)) and present to practitioner and policy bodies (for example, the Employment and Social Affairs Committee of the European Parliament). The Centre’s work has contributed in a significant way to the policy formation process in the area of employment relations through, for example, a major report for the Women and Work Commission, an ongoing evaluation of the recently launched DTI Trade Union Modernisation Fund and the BERR/DIUS/CBI and TUC Joint Working Group on workplace dialogue on training and skills.