Evidence-based HRM: Volume 3 Issue 1


A Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship

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Involuntary wellness programs: the case of a large US company

Davide Secchi, Hong T.M. Bui, Kathleen Gamroth

The purpose of this paper is to investigate recent healthcare reform in the USA, which allows insurance companies to proactively intervene in improving the long-term…

Distribution of the gender wage gap with endogenous human capital: evidence for Spain

Lucía Navarro-Gómez, Mario F. Rueda-Narvaez

The purpose of this paper is to provide empirical evidence on gender wage discrimination and how it is distributed among women in the Spanish labour market, where female…

Conflict between affective versus continuance commitment among casino dealers

Angus C.H. Kuok, Robert J. Taormina

The purpose of this paper is to empirically investigate the extent of the reported low affective commitment compared to continuance commitment of Chinese casino dealers…

Innovation and firm performance: the role of human resource management practices

Mirta Diaz-Fernandez, Mar Bornay-Barrachina, Alvaro Lopez-Cabrales

The purpose of this paper is to study the relationship between human resource (HR) practices and innovative performance in the Spanish industry. Specifically, the authors…

The critical managerial capabilities of medical and nursing managers in an Israeli hospital

Ana Shetach, Ohad Marcus

The purpose of this paper is to determine the managerial capabilities that are required of medical and nursing managers, in a Christian-affiliated hospital in Israel, in…

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