Evidence-based HRM: Volume 4 Issue 3


A Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship

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Understanding psychological processes of applicants’ job search

Yuhee Jung, Norihiko Takeuchi, Tomokazu Takeuchi

The purpose of this paper is twofold. First, it empirically examines two theory-based models of applicants’ job search developed from planned happenstance theory (PHT) and…

Abusive supervision, public service motivation, and employee deviance: The moderating role of employment sector

Rick Vogel, Fabian Homberg, Alena Gericke

The purpose of this paper is to examine abusive supervision and public service motivation (PSM) as antecedents of deviant workplace behaviours.


The four stages of the employment interview: Helping interviewers put two and two together

Uco J. Wiersma

The purpose of this paper is to provide a conceptual model of the standard employment interview that practitioners may use to improve their interview skills and the…


Smart work: Supporting employees’ flexibility through ICT, HR practices and office layout

Elisabetta Raguseo, Luca Gastaldi, Paolo Neirotti

This paper explores smart work (SW), a work practice characterized by spatial and temporal flexibility, supported by technological tools, and that provides all employees…


Building psychological contract: the role of leader member exchanges

Francis Kasekende, John C. Munene, Joseph M. Ntayi, Augustine Ahiauzu

The purpose of this paper is to address the building blocks for psychological contract among public institutions in Uganda by investigating the mediation effect of…

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