Journal of Chinese Human Resource Management: Volume 7 Issue 2

This journal is now published by World Scientific Publishing House

Subject:

Table of contents

Guest Editors: Jin Zhang

Moderated mediation model of relationship between perceived organizational justice and counterproductive work behavior

Mingzheng Wu, Xiaoling Sun, Delin Zhang, Ci Wang

This study aimed to develop a moderated mediation model to explain the relationship between perceived organizational justice and the counterproductive work behavior (CWB…

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Reducing teacher stress: improving humanized management of Chinese teachers

Guoliang Yu, Yan Dong, Qi Wang, Ran An

To improve humanized management of Chinese teachers, the aim of this study is to, first, investigate the stress of Chinese teachers, and, second, to examine the…

The adverse effect of materialism on employee engagement in China

Tian Xie, Ya-nan Shi, Jing Zhou

The purpose of this study was to explore the influence of materialism on employee engagement in China. Mediating role of employees’ autonomy need satisfaction in workplace…

The relationship between organizational justice and job satisfaction: Evidence from China

Yunhong Hao, Jie Hao, Xiaochen Wang

Focusing on the corporations in China and aiming to figure out the significant connection between organizational justice perception and job satisfaction from Chinese…

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The influence of organizational culture on talent management: A case study of a real estate company

Fanxing Meng, Xiaomei Wang, Huajiao Chen, Jin Zhang, Wei Yang, Jin Wang, Quanquan Zheng

The purpose of this paper is to explore the influence of organizational culture (OC) on talent management (TM) by a case study of a real estate company.

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A study of the relationship between employee wage and commercial banks efficiency in China

Jiangtao Li, Jianyue Ji, Yanxia Wang

Efficiency of a commercial bank affects both its competitiveness and the role it plays in the process of economic development. Although great efforts have been exerted in…

ISSN:

2040-8005

Online date, start – end:

2010 – 2019

Editor:

  • Mr Chris Rowley