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Purpose – The purpose of this study is to address two gaps in the existing literature. The first is why some team members have peers depend on them for material, information, and support (referred to as initiated task interdependence) more so than do others, ceteris paribus . The second is the...
Purpose – The purpose of present study is to examine the influence of impression management (IM) tactics (e.g. ingratiation) applied in job application letters on perceived qualifications and hiring recommendations. The study aims to build on recent research done in the interview context, by...
Purpose – Models of workplace turnover are rarely assessed in contexts other than that in which they were developed. This reduces their generalizability and their usefulness in providing managers with guidance as to what they might do to reduce workers intentions to quit. The purpose of this...
Purpose – To examine the relative power of four dispositional, self‐evaluation traits (adaptive and maladaptive perfectionism, generalized self‐efficacy, and general self‐esteem) versus three situational factors (organizational time demands, potential negative career consequences, and managerial...
Purpose – To examine the mechanisms through which downsizing affects employees' affective commitment to the organization in two Korean banks. Design/methodology/approach – A total of 910 questionnaires were completed by bank employees. Data was analysed using hierarchical regression and LISREL...
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