Evidence-based HRM: Volume 6 Issue 1


A Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship

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Modeling the determinants of turnover intentions: a Bayesian approach

Anup Menon Nandialath, Emily David, Diya Das, Ramesh Mohan

Much of what we learn from empirical research is based on a specific empirical model(s) presented in the literature. However, the range of plausible models given the data…

Exploring the construct of task performance of academics in an Asian context: Teaching is different from research

Asif Ayub Kiyani, Kartinah Ayupp, Shahid Rasool

The purpose of this paper is to explore the latent factorial structure of task performance and to establish its construct validity among academics working at private…

Intellectual stimulation and team creative climate in a professional service firm

Alexander Madsen Sandvik, Richard Croucher, Bjarne Espedal, Marcus Selart

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the precise role of intrinsic motivation and autonomy in relation to intellectual stimulation in creating a creative climate in…

Voicing concerns for greater engagement: Does a supervisor’s job insecurity and organizational culture matter?

Manish Gupta, Sindhu Ravindranath, Y.L.N. Kumar

Scholars argue that supervisor’s job insecurity may affect subordinates’ work engagement. Moreover, this relationship may be mediated by subordinates’ pro-social voice and…

Principled negotiation: an evidence-based perspective

Frederik Reinder Hak, Karin Sanders

The purpose of this paper is to argue that the adaptation of the principled negotiation approach within organizations demonstrates similarities with the adaptation of…

“They made me an offer I couldn’t refuse!” Organizational commitment in a non-Western context

Alexandre Anatolievich Bachkirov

The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between external monetary incentives (EMI) and affective commitment (AC), normative commitment (NC), and…

Empowering leadership and organizational ambidexterity: a moderated mediation model

Evangelia Siachou, Panagiotis Gkorezis

The purpose of this paper is to examine the effect of empowering leadership on contextual ambidexterity. To this end, the authors underscore the underlying mechanism of…

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