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Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management Vol. 16



Book details for Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management Vol. 16
Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management v. 16

Gerald R. Ferris (editor),

Hardback, 230 x 150 x 28mm , 416 pp, Illustrations

 02 Jul 1998

 JAI Press Inc.

 9780762303687

 $115.95


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Synopsis

Designed as a forum for the presentation of conceptual and methodological issues in the field of personnel and human resources management, this title covers such topics as the role of domain specific measures, and emotionality and job performance.

Contents

Overview, Gerald R. Ferris; toward a theory of accountability in organizations and human resources management, Dwight D. Frink and Richard J. Klimoski; high performance work systems and firm performance - a synthesis of research and managerial implications, Brian E. Becker and Mark A. Huselid; emotionality and job performance - implications for personnel selection, Richard D. Arvey et al; organizational socialization - a review and directions for research in a changing world, Talya N. Bauer et al; individual differences in the performance feedback process - the role of domain-specific measures, David Herold and Donald B. Fedor; the influence of group feedback on individual group member response, Anne M. O'Leary-Kelly; the path of the law and the future of employee involvement in workplace teams, Michael H. LeRoy; meta-analysis may be another useful research tool, but it is not a panacea, Philip Bobko and Eugene F. Stone-Romero.