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Development and validity of the communication competence scale of middle managers

This study was intended to develop the communication competence scale for middle manager in organizations and examine its validity. To develop the communication competence scale of middle managers,...

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The effects of hierarchical organizational structure and performance-based human resource system on climate of silence and selfish silence behavior

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of hierarchical organizational structure and performance-based human resource system on climate of silence and silence behavior and to...

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The effects of growth orientation and job crafting on creative behavior

The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships among growth orientation, job crafting and creative behavior. Specifically, this study examined the mediating effect of job crafting...

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The effects of workaholics and job engagement on sleep quality

Although both workaholism and job engagement are known to share the behavioral tendency of heavy work investment, the underlying motivations as well as implications for individuals and organizations...

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Can job seekers achieve more through networking? The role of networking intensity, self‐efficacy, and proximal benefits

Abstract The authors develop and evaluate an online networking intervention, Building Relationships and Improving Opportunities (BRIO), built in conjunction with the networking literature and social cognitive theory (Bandura,...

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Servant leadership, leader gender, and team gender role: Testing a female advantage in a cascading model of performance

ABSTRACT We integrate the theory of gender role congruity with extant research on servant leadership to propose and test a moderated process model in which we hypothesize that...

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Revisiting predictive bias of cognitive ability tests against Hispanic American job applicants

Abstract Previous studies have concluded that cognitive ability tests are not predictively biased against Hispanic American job applicants because test scores generally overpredict, rather than underpredict, their job...

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Maybe not so independent after all: the possibility, prevalence, and consequences of violating the independence assumptions in psychometric meta‐analysis

Abstract Psychometric meta‐analysis assumes that moderators are unrelated to study artifacts (e.g., criterion reliability), and that study artifacts are independent of true validities. Meeting these assumptions is important...

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Feeling activated and acting unethically: The influence of activated mood on unethical behavior to benefit a teammate

Abstract Research on the effects of mood in organizations tends to focus on the valence dimension of mood (positive versus negative), overlooking the activation dimension (activated versus deactivated)....

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