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Purpose – This paper aims to analyze the new multi‐racial hierarchy in the USA. The authors propose that despite increasing diversity, a multi‐racial hierarchy of privilege and disadvantage continues to exist. Due to the history of anti‐Black discrimination and stereotyping in the USA, employers...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of protean and boundaryless career attitudes in early career employees during a time of economic recession in Ireland, specifically regarding their relationship to work characteristics, job satisfaction and career satisfaction....
Purpose – Drawing on social identity and self‐categorization theories and building on Meyer and Herscovitch's (2001) work on affective commitment, this study aimed to examine the relationship between organizational identification and affective commitment, and the relationships between these two...
Purpose – The primary purpose of this research was to investigate the role of anticipated regret in time‐based work‐family conflict decisions. Design/methodology/approach – A total of 90 working parents responded to a decision making problem describing a time‐based conflict between a work event...
Purpose – The purpose of these studies was to investigate how the repeated use of impression management (IM) tactics is related to supervisor perceptions in newly formed supervisor‐subordinate dyads. Design/methodology/approach – Two studies were conducted – a lab study in which participants...
Purpose – This paper aimed to explore the relationship between flexibility i‐deals and employee attitudes. The authors developed theory and tested a non‐linear model between i‐deals and perceived organizational support (POS), and career satisfaction. Design/methodology/approach – Hierarchical...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to empirically verify a theoretical model of candidates' feedback integration in the context of individual psychological assessment (IPA). Design/methodology/approach – Structural equation modeling analyses were conducted in a two‐wave longitudinal study. A...
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