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Purpose – The paper aims to investigate the detailed relationships between Chinese cultural values (Confucian dynamism, individualism, masculinity, and power distance) and work values (self‐enhancement, contribution to society, rewards and stability, openness to change, and power and status)...
Purpose – The aim of the article is to analyse HR devolution from HR departments to the line. Two important problems are addressed. The first problem concerns the disregard for the changes in line management that comes with HR devolution. The second problem addressed deals with the lack of...
Purpose – This paper seeks to examine employee reactions to human resource management (HRM) and performance. It placed employees on a centre stage in analysing HRM to provide theoretical insights. Design/methodology/approach – To explore the theme, a survey of 252 employees drawn from eight...
Purpose – The paper's purpose is to investigate the relationships between pay communication and referent choice, pay satisfaction and pay equity perceptions. Design/methodology/approach – A sample of 149 employed graduate business students from a variety of organizations were surveyed at two...
Purpose – This paper seeks to investigate the extent of the implementation of annual hours working in Britain and its impact upon employers, organisations and employees. Design/methodology/approach – The paper deploys secondary data and sources to establish an overview of the salient issues....
Purpose – This study aims to examine perceptions of politics among public sector employees as a possible mediator between the supervisor's leadership style and formal and informal aspects of employees' performance (Organizational Citizenship Behavior – OCB). Design/methodology/approach –...
Purpose – The paper aims to demonstrate the efficacy of the qualitative occupational stress diary as a means by which to attain additional depth of insight into the way people experience stress, to foster individual reflection and self‐assessment, and as an aid to the development of context...
Purpose – The aim of this paper is to provide a piece of empirical work that examines the impact of trade union learning representatives in enabling access to learning by those groups traditionally less likely to access such opportunities. This aim is discussed in relation to the literature on...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate how people cope with boredom at work, and whether differences in “boredom coping” effectiveness are associated with differences in employee well‐being, and safety behaviour. Design/methodology/approach – The authors used two methods...
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