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The role of person-job fit in the relationship between transformational leadership and job engagement (2017)
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Bui, H. T., Zeng, Y., & Higgs, M. (2017). The role of person-job fit in the relationship between transformational leadership and job engagement. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 32(5), 373-386. https://doi.org/10.1108/jmp-05-2016-0144

Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between transformational leadership and employees’ work engagement based on fit theory. The paper reports an investigation into the way in which employees’ perceptions of transformatio... Read More

Job satisfaction, retirement attitude and intended retirement age: a conditional process analysis across workers’ level of household income (2017)
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Davies, E. M. M., Van der Heijden, B. I. J. M., & Flynn, M. (2017). Job satisfaction, retirement attitude and intended retirement age: a conditional process analysis across workers’ level of household income. Frontiers in psychology Frontiers Research Foundation, 8, https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00891

In the contemporary workplace, insight into retirement behaviors is of crucial importance. Previous empirical evidence has found mixed results regarding the relationship between work attitudes, such as job satisfaction, and retirement behaviors, sugg... Read More

Comprometimento organizacional: questões que cercam sua natureza e os seus limites conceituais (2016)
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Menezes, I. G., Aguiar, C. V. N., & Bastos, A. V. B. (2016). Comprometimento organizacional: questões que cercam sua natureza e os seus limites conceituais. Psicologia em revista, 22(3), 768-789. https://doi.org/10.5752/p.1678-9523.2016v22n3p768

Organizational commitment, although one of the most investigated phenomena in the field of organizational behavior, may still be considered as a multifaceted and polysemous construct. This work aims to present the complexity and dispersion that revol... Read More

Policy Implications of Achievement Testing Using Multilevel Models: The Case of Brazilian Elementary Schools (2016)
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Menezes, I. G., Duran, V. R., Filho, E. J. M., Veloso, T. J., Sarmento, S. M. S., Paget, C. L., & Ruggeri, K. (2016). Policy Implications of Achievement Testing Using Multilevel Models: The Case of Brazilian Elementary Schools. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01727

Large-scale educational assessment has been established as source of descriptive, evaluative and interpretative information that influence educational policies worldwide throughout the last third of the twentieth century. In the 1990s the Brazilian M... Read More

Rewarding employees in turbulent economies for improved organisational performance: Exploring SMEs in the South-Eastern European region (2016)
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Prouska, R., Psychogios, A. G., & Rexhepi, Y. (2016). Rewarding employees in turbulent economies for improved organisational performance: Exploring SMEs in the South-Eastern European region. Personnel review, 45(6), (1259-1280). doi:10.1108/PR-02-2015-0024. ISSN 0048-3486

© 2016, Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore the application of total reward practices in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the South-Eastern European (SEE) region and the reward elements posit... Read More

Do not say a word! Conceptualizing employee silence in a long-term crisis context (2016)
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Prouska, R., & Psychogios, A. (2018). Do not say a word! Conceptualizing employee silence in a long-term crisis context. The international journal of human resource management, 29(5), 885-914. https://doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2016.1212913

Although research has emphasized the organizational and individual factors that influence employee voice and silence at work, it is less known how employee voice/silence is affected by the economic context, particularly when this context is one of in... Read More

Transparency is in the eye of the beholder: the effects of identity and negative perceptions on ratings of transparency via surveys (2016)
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Park, H., & Blenkinsopp, J. (2017). Transparency is in the eye of the beholder: the effects of identity and negative perceptions on ratings of transparency via surveys. International review of administrative sciences, 83(1_suppl), 177-194. https://doi.org/10.1177/0020852315615197

© 2016, © The Author(s) 2016. Surveys are a commonly used means of measuring transparency levels, but they are potentially vulnerable to perceptual biases. This study sought to examine perceptual differences by the respondents’ identities as general... Read More

Exploring performance management in four UK trade unions (2016)
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Thursfield, D., & Grayley, K. (2016). Exploring performance management in four UK trade unions. Employee relations, 38(5), 789-804. https://doi.org/10.1108/er-08-2015-0167

Purpose This article explores performance management in four UK trade unions. Specifically, the extent to which managers in the four unions accept or dismiss the unitarist, disciplinary and performative values that arguably characterise performance m... Read More

Road towards Lean Six Sigma in service industry: a multi-factor integrated framework (2016)
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Psychogios, A. G., & Tsironis, L. K. (2016). Road towards Lean Six Sigma in service industry: a multi-factor integrated framework. Business process management journal, 22(4), 812-834. https://doi.org/10.1108/bpmj-08-2015-0118

Purpose - This study adopted a multiple case-study approach, of three companies, in order to identify the factors affecting Lean Six Sigma (L6σ) implementation in service industry. Design/methodology/approach – Secondary data were collected through c... Read More

Multilevel Modeling and Policy Development: Guidelines and Applications to Medical Travel (2016)
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Garcia-Garzon, E., Zhukovsky, P., Haller, E., Plakolm, S., Fink, D., Petrova, D., …Ruggeri, K. (2016). Multilevel Modeling and Policy Development: Guidelines and Applications to Medical Travel. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00752

Medical travel has expanded rapidly in recent years, resulting in new markets and increased access to medical care. Whereas several studies investigated the motives of individuals seeking healthcare abroad, the conventional analytical approach is lim... Read More

Organizing for individuation: alternative organizing, politics and new identities (2016)
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Reedy, P., King, D., & Coupland, C. (2016). Organizing for individuation: alternative organizing, politics and new identities. Organization Studies, 37(11), 1553-1573. https://doi.org/10.1177/0170840616641983

Organization theorists have predominantly studied identity and organizing within the managed work organization. This frames organization as a structure within which identity work occurs, often as a means of managerial control. In our paper our contri... Read More

Reverse resource exchanges in service supply chains: the case of returnable transport packaging (2016)
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Matopoulos, A., Psychogios, A., Selviaridis, K., & Thomas Szamosi, L. (2016). Reverse resource exchanges in service supply chains: the case of returnable transport packaging. Supply chain management, 21(3), (381-397). doi:10.1108/SCM-07-2015-0265. ISSN 1359-8546

© 2016, © Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to understand how reverse resource exchanges and resource dependencies are managed in the service supply chain (SSC) of returnable transport packaging (RTP). Design/met... Read More

Conception and validation of the Behavioral Intentions Scale of Organizational Citizenship (BISOC) (2016)
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Gomes Menezes, A., Menezes, I., Lozado, J., & Bastos, A. (2016). Conception and validation of the Behavioral Intentions Scale of Organizational Citizenship (BISOC). Psicologia: reflexão e crítica, 29(35), https://doi.org/10.1186/s41155-016-0030-z

This study aimed to construct and validate the Behavioral Intentions of Organizational Citizenship Scale (BISOC). Organizational citizenship consists of measures of voluntary behaviors, which are beneficial to organizations and are not explicit in em... Read More

Can 'distant water ... quench the instant thirst'? The renegotiation of familial support in rural China in the face of extensive out migration (2016)
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Cook, J., & Liu, J. (2016). Can 'distant water ... quench the instant thirst'? The renegotiation of familial support in rural China in the face of extensive out migration. Journal of Aging Studies, 37, 29-39. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jaging.2016.02.002

This article addresses debates on modernisation, ageing and intergenerational support in developing/emerging economies. By examining the impact of rural to urban migration on elder support in Chinese rural families, it examines how support is being r... Read More

A three-fold framework for understanding HRM practices in South-Eastern European SMEs (2016)
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Psychogios, A. G., Szamosi, L. T., Prouska, R., & Brewster, C. (2016). A three-fold framework for understanding HRM practices in South-Eastern European SMEs. Employee relations, 38(3), 310-331. https://doi.org/10.1108/ER-07-2014-0078

© 2016, © Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to study particular structural and organisational factors affecting the formality of human resource management (HRM) practices in small and medium-sized enterprises (S... Read More

Culture, Wasta and perceptions of performance appraisal in Saudi Arabia (2016)
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Al Harbi, S., Thursfield, D., & Bright, D. (2017). Culture, Wasta and perceptions of performance appraisal in Saudi Arabia. The international journal of human resource management, 28(19), 2792-2810. https://doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2016.1138987

This article explores the relationship between Arabic culture and employees’ perceptions of performance appraisal in a Saudi Arabian company named SACO. Using an interpretive and qualitative methodological framework, the article suggests that Western... Read More

Global health policy and access to care: investigating patient choice on an international level using social media (2016)
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Zhukovsky, P., Ruggeri, K., Garcia-Garzon, E., Plakolm, S., Haller, E., Petrova, D., …Menezes, I. G. (2016). Global health policy and access to care: investigating patient choice on an international level using social media. Frontiers in public health, 3, https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2015.00284

Background: Increased access to transportation and information has led to the emergence of more diverse patient choice and new forms of health care consumption, such as medical travel. In order for health care providers to effectively attract patient... Read More

Between Maxwell and Micawber: plotting the failure of the Equitable Life (2015)
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Collins, D., Dewing, I., & Russell, P. (2015). Between Maxwell and Micawber: plotting the failure of the Equitable Life. Accounting and business research, 45(6-7), 715-737. https://doi.org/10.1080/00014788.2015.1042355

© 2015 Taylor & Francis. This paper offers reflections on the failure of The Equitable Life Assurance Society. Noting that the collapse of this financial institution precipitated a raft of official inquiries, we provide a detailed analysis and 're-... Read More

What about leadership? Comment on "Cultures of silence and cultures of voice: the role of whistleblowing in healthcare organisations" (2015)
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Blenkinsopp, J., & Snowden, N. (2016). What about leadership? Comment on "Cultures of silence and cultures of voice: the role of whistleblowing in healthcare organisations". International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 5(2), 125-127. https://doi.org/10.15171/ijhpm.2015.193

In their valuable discussion of whistleblowing in healthcare organisations Mannion and Davies highlight the importance of organisational culture in influencing whether people raise concerns, and whether these concerns are listened to and acted upon.... Read More

‘I think I'm more free with them' : conflict, negotiation and change in intergenerational relations in African families living in Britain (2015)
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Cook, J., & Waite, L. (2016). ‘I think I'm more free with them' : conflict, negotiation and change in intergenerational relations in African families living in Britain. Journal of ethnic and migration studies, 42(8), 1388-1402. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2015.1073578

While the family is increasingly being recognised as pivotal to migration, there remain too few studies examining how migration impacts on intergenerational relationships. Although traditional intergenerational gaps are intensified by migration, argu... Read More