International Journal of Manpower: Volume 37 Issue 6


An interdisciplinary journal on human resources, management & labour economics

Table of contents - Special Issue: Sustainable HRM and employee well-being

Guest Editors: Thomas Lange

Health harm of work from the sustainable HRM perspective: scale development and validation

Sugumar Mariappanadar

The purpose of this paper is to develop a health harm of work scale from the sustainable HRM perspective.


Inclusion, organisational justice and employee well-being

Le Huong, Connie Zheng, Yuka Fujimoto

The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship between employee perceived well-being and the four dimensions of organisational justice, namely, procedural, distributive…


The influence of corporate psychopaths on job satisfaction and its determinants

Clive Roland Boddy, Ross Taplin

The purpose of this paper is to investigate job satisfaction and workplace psychopathy.


The contribution of client embeddedness to an employee’s employment experience

Gerrit J.M. Treuren, Beni Halvorsen

Does client embeddedness lead to improved employee quality of life, such as job satisfaction, affective commitment and employee engagement? If so, is this relationship affected by…

Perceptions of HR practices on job motivation and work-life balance: Mixed drives and outcomes in a labor-intensive sector

Hong T.M. Bui, Gordon Liu, Sarah Footner

Based on regulatory focus theory and social exchange theory, the purpose of this paper is to explain how care service workers’ job attitudes, such as job satisfaction…


Setting high expectations is not enough: Linkages between expectation climate strength, trust, and employee performance

Mieke Audenaert, Adelien Decramer, Thomas Lange, Alex Vanderstraeten

Drawing on climate theory and social exchange theory, the purpose of this paper is to examine whether and how the strength of the expectation climate, defined as the degree of…


Factors affecting smart working: evidence from Australia

Ashish Malik, Philip J. Rosenberger, Martin Fitzgerald, Louise Houlcroft

The purpose of this paper is to analyse data from the New South Wales Government’s Pilot Programme of establishing Smart Work Hubs (SWHs) for enabling teleworking in two busy…


To fight, sabotage or steal: are all forms of employee misbehaviour created equal?

Kim Southey

The endless manifestation of employee misbehaviours can be classified according to Robinson and Bennett’s (1995) employee deviance typology. Using this typology, the purpose of…


Locating gendered work practices: a typology

Bernard McKenna, Martie-Louise Verreynne, Neal Waddell

Unequal workplace gender outcomes continue to motivate research. Using the prism of work-life-(im)balance, the purpose of this paper is to show how identity salience and…

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