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Is shooting for fairness always beneficial? The influence of promotion fairness on employees' cognitive and emotional reactions to promotion failure.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Human Resource Management. Nov2022, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p643-661. 19p.

Abstract: Promotions, as a part of organizational incentive and reward systems, can motivate employees to perform well and to increase commitment to their firms. But very little is known about why and when promotion failure influences employees' subsequent respo...

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Sparking creativity using extrinsic rewards: A self‐determination theory perspective.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Human Resource Management. Nov2022, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p723-735. 13p.

Abstract: The relationship between extrinsic rewards and creativity has been subject to ongoing debate within the human resource management and creativity literatures. More research on the mechanisms and boundary conditions has been called for. In this study, us...

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The impact of organizational statements of support for the black community in the wake of a racial mega‐threat on organizational attraction and revenue.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Human Resource Management. Nov2022, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p699-722. 24p.

Abstract: When race‐related injustices occur in society, organizations can respond by sending supportive signals to prospective and current employees. Using signaling theory (Spence, 1973), the current study examines the outcomes associated with organizations' p...

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High commitment work systems and employee well‐being: The roles of workplace friendship and task interdependence.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Human Resource Management. Jul/Aug2022, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p399-421. 23p.

Abstract: Human resource (HR) practices are potent in shaping workplace social relationships, which play a crucial role in employees' well‐being. While the role of formal relationships (i.e., relationships based on prescribed work roles) has received relatively ...

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Navigating the era of disruption: How emotions can prompt job crafting behaviors.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Human Resource Management. May/Jun2022, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p335-353. 19p.

Abstract: Environmental disruptions can disturb the status quo. This can create the need for employees to navigate rapidly evolving demands in their work environment, often before formalized strategic plans can be developed and/or implemented. As such, understan...

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The role of perceived workplace safety practices and mindfulness in maintaining calm in employees during times of crisis.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Human Resource Management. May/Jun2022, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p315-333. 19p.

Abstract: While prior studies in human resource management have investigated how employee outcomes have been affected in high-risk workplaces, this study stands out by examining this issue through the role played by COVID-19 as a specific stressor. We explained ...

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Exploring the pandemic's potential effects on workers' collectivist values, prosocial behaviors, and attitudes toward mistreatment.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Human Resource Management. Jan2022, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p55-74. 20p.

Abstract: The global COVID‐19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the way we live and work in the short‐term, but history suggests that the crisis may also exert deeper, longer‐lasting effects. With the aim of providing preliminary insight into this possibility, ...

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A meta‐analysis on employee perceptions of human resource strength: Examining the mediating versus moderating hypotheses.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Human Resource Management. Jan2022, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p5-20. 16p.

Abstract: Human resource (HR) strength research has substantially informed an understanding of the relationship between HR practices and employee‐level outcomes. However, a key unresolved issue is whether employee perceptions of HR strength act as a mediator or ...

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