publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

High-performance HR practices, positive affect and employee outcomes

Ahmed Mohammed Sayed Mostafa;
Open Access English
  • Published: 13 Mar 2017
  • Publisher: Emerald
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to provide insight into the affective or emotional mechanisms that underlie the relationship between high-performance HR practices (HPHRP) and employee attitudes and behaviours. Drawing on affective events theory, this paper examines a mediation model in which HPHRP influence positive affect which in turn affects job satisfaction and organizational citizenship behaviours (OCBs). Design/methodology/approach Two-wave data were collected from a sample of local government workers in Wales (n=362). HPHRP were measured together with job satisfaction and OCBs at Time 1 and six months later, job satisfaction and OCBs were measured ag...
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free text keywords: Applied Psychology, Management Science and Operations Research, Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management, Social Psychology, HF, Psychology, Mediation (Marxist theory and media studies), Public sector, business.industry, business, Job satisfaction, Generalizability theory, Organizational citizenship behavior, Structural equation modeling, Affect (psychology), Affective events theory
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