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Searching for the existence of a link between HR systems and better employee outcomes, researchers have begun to pay attention to intermediate factors that could provide support. The practices covered the areas of socialization, training and development, rewards, information sharing and employee involvement. Future studies, applying the model to more hetero- geneous samples, could be carried out in order to confirm the current findings.

Although the importance of analysing the mechanisms mediating the relation- ship between HR practices and employee outcomes has been clearly demon- strated, there is still much work to be undertaken in order to gain a better understanding of this relationship.


The implications of alternative work prac- tices for the experience and outcomes of work, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 54, pp. Tyler eds 66-003 in Organisation: Log In Sign Up. To extend the analysis of employee attitudes further, this study also examined the mediating role of experienced HR practices, assuming that good perceptions of the HR practices implemented can lead to better attitudes towards the organization.

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The current study intended to continue in this direction, focusing precisely on employee per- ceptions of the credibility of their management. To achieve a better understanding of the influence of HR systems on individual and organizational outcomes, it is necessary to expand the analyses; this can be achieved by considering both aspects of HR practices together, while including the intervening mechanisms that may influence HR practices Purcell et al.


The study also tests whether experienced HR practices mediate the relationship between intended HR practices and positive employee outcomes, such as affective commitment and job satisfaction. First, addressing an issue that deserves great consideration, the study analysed the role of both intended and experienced HR practices in promoting employee positive outcomes towards the organization, such as affective commitment and job satisfaction.

Clark eds Experiencing Human Resource Management, pp. This was achieved by fixing the loading coefficient that relates the observed variable XIHRP to the construct equal to 1 and the measurement error variance to 0.

Accord- ing to Purcell and Hutchinsonp. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. Hence, the proposed model found empirical support.

Help Center Find new research papers in: A correlation path was also added to link each of the two exogenous variables, intended HR practices and perceived behavioural integrity, with the interaction term, to control for poss- ible collinearity.

To cite this article: The results, summarized in Table 1, showed that this condition was met successfully, as all the correlations were less than 1. Conver- sely, when they do not perceive this quality in their managers i.

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Hence, the results call forth the role of line managers and supervisors, as they are required to 66-003 relations that might call for integrity Hosmer, ; Chan, ; Govier, ; Atkinson and Butcher, Following Ng and Feldmanp. Laura InnocentiAlessandro M. Several links are hypothesized in the current model.


Although provided by the Great Place to Workw Institute Italy,1 the items adopted presented a strong similarity to those included in established scales Meyer and Allen, ; Department for Business Innovation and Skills [BIS], or adopted in pre- vious academic research Appelbaum et al. All the survey items are copyrighted by Great Place to Workw and may not be used without permission. Accordingly, over the last 20 years, a sizeable body of research has examined the impact of human resource management HRM practices on various aspects of organisational performance Huselid, ; Ichnioswski et al.

Second, focusing on intermediate variables, the study sheds 6-003 on the psycho- logical mechanisms that explain how HR practices exert their influence.

The empirical support for the opposing perspectives is somewhat mixed Peccei, so this is still an open issue that deserves consideration. The complexity of the changes taking place in the economy has increased the importance for each organization to use its resources as efficiently as possible, and this is especially 66-03 for human resources.

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More recently, increasing attention has been focused on individual lki, such as employee attitudes and behaviours at work Appelbaum et al. Figure 2 depicts this modified structural model, which was tested in a subsequent path analysis. The relevance of focusing on intended HR practices comes from the acknowl- edgement of human resources as sources of competitive advantage.

When observing the link between intended and experienced practices, research- ers have suggested consideration of the role of managers and supervisors.