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Recently, researchers on organizational climate have focused on the ‘issue‐specific’ nature of climate, such as the climate for safety or service, or, in this case, the climate for human resources. This has resulted in a clearer connection between specific climates and relevant outcomes....
This paper reports the findings of an exploratory study which identifies aspects of organisational climate that relate to human resource management. A novel data analysis technique was employed to analyse qualitative data from interviews with 50 human resource managers in Australia, Canada and...
Engaged workers willingly devote their best efforts to their work in terms of their energy (vigor), sustained attention (absorption) and their sense of purpose (dedication), thereby contributing to the optimal functioning and performance of organizations. In consideration of the positive and...
This paper examines the important yet often overlooked corporate influence on expatriates' intercultural adjustment. Using four months of ethnographic data collected in China, we aim to understand how expatriates' transnational corporation employers and their outsourcing global relocation...
The ‘climate’ construct has an important and long history in organisational science. This study explores a specific type of organisational climate, known as human resource (HR) climate, in the context of an organisation operating in Turkey. The competing values framework is used to interpret...
Previous research on the relationship between work hours and health has produced inconclusive findings, which may be related to the use of predominantly male samples. This paper examines the relationship between work hours and health in a national Australian sample (Australian Work + Life Index)...
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