"Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management" published monograph length conceptual papers designed to promote theory and research on important substantive and methodological topics in the field of human resources management and acts as a primary resource to both individuals and libraries.
A new beginning: an overview (G.R. Ferris). Organizational politics: the state of the field, links to related processes, and an agenda for future research (K.M. Kacmar, R.A. Baron). Legitimacy in human resources management (M.C. Galang et al.). Career-related continuous learning: defining the construct and mapping the process (M. London, J.W. Smither). Training in organizations: myths, misconceptions, and mistaken assumptions (E. Salas et al.). Managerial discretion, compensation strategy, and firm performance: the case for ownership structure (H.L. Tosi et al.). Person-environment fit in the selection process (J.D. Werbel, S.W. Gilliland). Life experiences and performance prediction: toward a theory of biodata (M.A. Dean et al.). Union strategies for revival: a conceptual framework and literature review (M.F. Masters, R.S. Atkin). About the contributing authors.