This volume is part of a series which publishes monograph length conceptual papers designed to promote theory and research on important substantive and methodological topics in the field of human resources management.
Overview, G.R. Ferris; Three roads to organizational justice, R. Cropanzano et al; Establishing the dimensions, sources, and value of job seekers' employer knowledge during recruitment, D.M. Cable, D.B. Turban; The strategic management of people in work organizations - review, synthesis, and extension, J.E. Delery, J.D. Shaw; Bringing variety and change into strategic human resource management research, P.D. Sherer, H. Leblebici; National unions as organizations, J. Fiorito et al; Downsizing and organizational performance - a review of the literature from a stakeholder perspective, J. Kammeyer-Mueller et al; Employee silence - quiescence and acquiescence as responses to perceived injustice, C.C. Pinder, K.P. Harlos; The implications of the converging economy for human resource management, S. Zivnuska; About the contributing authors.