"Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management" publishes monograph length conceptual papers designed to promote theory and research on important substantive and methodological topics in the field of human resources management. It is considered to be one of the most respectable publications in the field of human resources management and acts as a primary resource to both individuals and series.
Overview (G.R. Ferris). Understanding adaptation to changes in the work environment: integrating individual difference and learning perspectives (D. Chan). Changes in technology, teamwork, and diversity: new directions for a century of absenteeism research (D.A. Harrison et al.). Building a multidimensional, context-relevant categorization heuristic for organizational work teams: the Tos-Tab typology (D.F. Crown). Implications of leader-member exchange (LMX) for strategic human resource management systems: relationships as social capital for competitive advantage (M. Uhl-Bien et al.). Designing, implementing and utilizing computerized performance monitoring: enhancing organizational justice (M.L. Ambrose, G.S. Alder). A reconsideration of strategies for rater training (H.J. Bernardin et al.). Construct confusion in the study of antisocial work behavior (A.M. O'Leary-Kelly et al.). About the contributing authors.