This series publishes monograph length conceptual papers designed to promote theory and research on important substantive and methodological topics in the field of human resources management. Volume 25 of "Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management" (RPHRM) contains eight papers on critical issues in the field of human resources management, thus continuing the tradition of the series to develop a more informed understanding of the field. This work offers an international representation and cutting edge papers that help to define the field of HRM.
List of Contributors. Overview. Revolutionary or Evolutionary Change? A Tale of Two Labor Market Structures. (John C. Dencker). Toward Developing Human Resource Management Systems for Knowledge-Intensive Teamwork. (Susan E. Jackson, Chih-Hsun Chuang, Erika E. Harden ,Yuan Jiang). An Identity-Based Model of Organizational Monitoring: Integrating Information Privacy and Organizational Justice. (Bradley J. Alge, Jerald Greenberg, Chad T. Brinsfield). Layoffs in Large U.S. Firms from the Perspective of Senior Managers. (Kevin F. Hallock). Comparing Virtual Teams to Traditional Teams: An Identification of New Research Opportunities. (Jane Webster, D. Sandy Staples). A Conceptual Review of Human Resource Management Systems in Strategic Human Resource Management Research. (David P. Lepak, Hui Liao, Yunhyung Chung, Erika E. Harden). Authentic Leadership: Moving HR Leaders to a Higher Level. (Bruce J. Avolio, Fred O. Walumbwa). Personnel Selection of Information Technology (It) Workers: The People, the Jobs, and Issues for Human Resource Management. Lori Anderson Snyder, Deborah E. Rupp, George C. Thornton, III). About the Authors