HRM and Small-Firm Employee Motivation – Before and After the Great Recession

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Alex Bryson of the University College London and Dr. Michael White Emeritus Fellow at Universty of Westminster.  They recently published an article in the ILR Review entitled “HRM and small-firm employee motivation – before and after the Great Recession," which is currently free to read for a limited time. … Continue reading HRM and Small-Firm Employee Motivation – Before and After the Great Recession

Pedagogical Innovation and Paradigm Shift in the Introduction to Management Curriculum

[We're pleased to welcome authors Elizabeth Christopher of Macquarie University, Joe Roberts of Webster University, and Oliver Laasch of the University of Nottingham, China. They recently published a paper in the Journal of Management Education entitled, "Pedagogical Innovation and Paradigm Shift in the Introduction to Management Curriculum," which is free to read for a limited time. … Continue reading Pedagogical Innovation and Paradigm Shift in the Introduction to Management Curriculum

Does Public Service Motivation Always Lead to Organizational?Commitment?

[We're pleased to welcome author Wisanupong Potipiroon of Prince of Songkla University. Potipiroon recently published a paper in Public Personnel Management entitled, "Does Public Service Motivation Always Lead to Organizational Commitment? Examining the Moderating Roles of Intrinsic Motivation and Ethical Leadership," which is free to read for a limited time. Below, Potipiroon reflects on the … Continue reading Does Public Service Motivation Always Lead to Organizational?Commitment?

Job Satisfaction Plays A Large Part in Employee Engagement

[We're pleased to welcome Brad Shuck of University of Louisville. Brad recently published an article in Group & Organization Management entitled "Untangling the Predictive Nomological Validity of Employee Engagement: Decomposing Variance in Employee Engagement Using Job Attitude Measures" with co-authors Kim Nimon of University of Texas at Tyler and Drea Zigarmi of The Ken Blanchard … Continue reading Job Satisfaction Plays A Large Part in Employee Engagement

Does a Different Degree of Teamwork Exist in Indian Public and Private Sector Organizations?

Behavioral scientists have found that teamwork is an indicator of job satisfaction. Jaime (2001) demonstrated that groups who use this participatory mechanism in their work not only improve in terms of productivity, quality and innovation, but enjoy greater job satisfaction as well. Additionally, Whitfield et al., (1995) found that operating as part of a team … Continue reading Does a Different Degree of Teamwork Exist in Indian Public and Private Sector Organizations?

How Do Employees’ Perceptions of Workplace Fairness Affect Organizational Commitment?

[We're pleased to welcome M. Ángeles López-Cabarcos of Universidad de Santiago de Compostela in Spain. She collaborated with Ana Isabel Machado-Lopes-Sampaio-de Pinho and Paula Vázquez-Rodríguez on their article "The Influence of Organizational Justice and Job Satisfaction on Organizational Commitment in Portugal’s Hotel Industry," which was recently published in Cornell Hospitality Quarterly.] What inspired you to be … Continue reading How Do Employees’ Perceptions of Workplace Fairness Affect Organizational Commitment?

How Does Corporate Ethics Affect Firm Performance?

Jinseok S. Chun of Seoul National University, Yuhyung Shin of Hanyang University, Jin Nam Choi of Seoul National University, and Min Soo Kim of Hanyang University published "How Does Corporate Ethics Contribute to Firm Financial Performance? The Mediating Role of Collective Organizational Commitment and Organizational Citizenship Behavior" in the Journal of Management May 2013 issue. The … Continue reading How Does Corporate Ethics Affect Firm Performance?

Let’s Talk About Pay Secrecy

For all the controversy over executive compensation, the average person is unaware of how basic pay structures affect regular workers, but we have good reason to start paying attention. Nancy Day of the University of Missouri-Kansas City, who published “Pay Equity as a Mediator of the Relationships Among Attitudes and Communication About Pay Level Determination … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Pay Secrecy

Are Ethical Firms More Financially Successful?

Today we are pleased to present a selection from the Journal of Management (JOM) Editor's Choice Collection on Organizational Citizenship Behavior. To see more hand-picked JOM collections, click here. Jinseok S. Chun of Seoul National University, Yuhyung Shin of Hanyang University, Jin Nam Choi of Seoul National University, and Min Soo Kim of Hanyang University … Continue reading Are Ethical Firms More Financially Successful?

SAGE Journals Recently In the News

In recent weeks, SAGE journals have cropped up in news outlets including The New York Times and the Toronto Star, offering fresh insights on management topics ranging from employee burnout and worker mobility to sports economics. In today’s post, we bring you those media highlights and take a closer look at the studies that inspired … Continue reading SAGE Journals Recently In the News