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In justice we trust: A model of the role of trust in the organization in applicant reactions to the selection process
Despite the reliance on organizational justice in applicant reactions research, and the research attention devoted to the relationship between organizational justice and organizational trust (Brockner, J., & Siegel, P. ...
Job analysis for a changing workplace
Job analysis sits at the heart of all human resource practices, making it a critically important management activity in every organization. However, with increasing competition, shorter product life-cycles, rapid technological ...
The drunkard's search: looking for 'HRM' in all the wrong places
(Springer Verlag, 2008)
Specific concerns have been raised about the ontologies and epistemologies that have dominated HRM research and the concomitant ubiquity of positivistic research methodologies. These concerns have also given rise to calls ...