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This article reports on a qualitative study exploring HRM practices in three Australian performing arts companies of different sizes. We focus on the strength of the HRM system by exploring the concepts of distinctiveness, consistency and consensus from the perspectives of key stakeholders. We...
This study adopted social identity theory to explore the mediating effect of organizational identification on the relationship between the organizational ethical climate and employee voice behavior. Additionally, it examined the cross‐level effects of the organizational ethical climate on...
Early in the history of the Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) literature, writers frequently discussed stakeholders to the organization that were relevant to the Human Resources (HR) function. However, over the years the field narrowed its focus to be primarily, if not solely, on one...
Previous studies have analysed the effect of human resource (HR) practices on organisational green performance. However, this study provides a more robust analysis by highlighting the synergetic impact of green HR practices and green organisational strategies (green management initiatives) on...
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