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Investigating electronic word‐of‐mouth on social media: An eye‐tracking approach.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Human Resource Management. Sep2022, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p599-616. 18p.

Abstract:We investigate how individuals process electronic word‐of‐mouth (eWOM) about jobs and employers on social media. Employing eye‐tracking methodology, our study investigated: (1) the cognitive processing of positive and negative eWOM hosted on social med...

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Recruitment brand equity for unknown employers: Examining the effects of recruitment message claim verifiability and credibility on job pursuit intentions.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Human Resource Management. Sep2022, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p585-597. 13p.

Abstract:Prior research on recruitment and employer brand equity has primarily drawn on the cognitive psychology perspective from the marketing brand equity literature to examine how recruitment practices and job seekers' perceptions of employer brand image imp...

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The curvilinear effect of perceived overqualification on constructive voice: The moderating role of leader consultation and the mediating role of work engagement.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Human Resource Management. Jul/Aug2022, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p489-510. 22p.

Abstract:Drawing on the social cognitive theory of self‐regulation, we proposed a model considering an inverted U‐shaped relationship between perceived overqualification and constructive voice. We reasoned from the theory that this curvilinear effect would be m...

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Organizational Justice and Health: Reviewing Two Decades of Studies.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Theoretical Social Psychology. 7/5/2022, p1-13. 13p.

Abstract:Organizational justice refers to employees' perceptions of the fairness of decision-making rules and policies in the workplace. Lack of justice is suggested to be a significant psychosocial risk factor that affects employees' attitudes and health. The ...

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WHEN CONSCIENTIOUS EMPLOYEES MEET INTELLIGENT MACHINES: AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH INSPIRED BY COMPLEMENTARITY THEORY AND ROLE THEORY.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Academy of Management Journal. Jun2022, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p1019-1054. 36p. 1 Diagram, 6 Charts, 5 Graphs.

Abstract:Over the past century, conscientiousness has become seen as the preeminent trait for predicting performance. This consensus is due in part to these employees' ability to work with traditional 20th-century technology. Such pairings balance the systemati...

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How Do Employees React When Their CEO Speaks Out? Intra- and Extra-Firm Implications of CEO Sociopolitical Activism.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Administrative Science Quarterly. Jun2022, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p553-593. 41p. 3 Charts, 6 Graphs.

Abstract:Business leaders have traditionally avoided wading into society's debates. Yet more and more CEOs are taking visible public stands on hotly contested issues, engaging in what has come to be called CEO sociopolitical activism. Despite its growing preval...

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Determinants of COVID-19 Related Perception among University of Gondar Academic Staff, Gondar, Ethiopia, 2021: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Advances in Public Health. 7/22/2022, p1-10. 10p.

Abstract:Introduction. Public perceptions of pandemic risk and prevention measures influence adherence to COVID-19 prevention efforts. Even though several factors influence public perceptions, there has been no research on the predictors of COVID-19-related per...

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Does pay for individual performance truly undermine employee creativity? The different moderating roles of vertical and horizontal collectivist orientations.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Human Resource Management. Jan2022, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p21-38. 18p.

Abstract:The extant literature has generated inconclusive findings concerning the effect of pay for individual performance (PFIP) on creativity. Supplementing self‐determination theory with compensation‐activation theory, we theorized and tested the moderating ...

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