Dissertations and Theses - Labor and Employment Relations
Unraveling the double-edged effect of inter-team collaboration on team performance: the moderating role of interdisciplined collaboration (2015-07-10)The current dissertation explores how inter-team collaboration affects team-level outcomes, specifically team knowledge creation and group averaged turnover intention. Using a sample of 398 individuals in 55 teams from two ...
(2000)In the last thirty years, the percentage of women in the work force has increased and a drastic change in family structure has also taken place. Accordingly, firms' attention to work-family human resource decisions has ...
(2000)A policy-capturing experiment was used to test a theoretical model of the factors which promote an individual's motivation to engage in training. Participants were asked to make decisions regarding their level of motivation ...
The Interaction Between Learning Goal Orientation and Differentially Distributed -Practice Training Designs in Labor Education (2000)This study examined the effects of the interaction between learning goal orientation and practice conditions on various training outcomes in labor education. Participants were students in six different labor education ...
The Effects of Recruiting Source and Employee Demographic Similarity on Employee Outcomes: Is Recruiting Source Merely a Proxy for Employee Demographic Similarity (1999)Research on recruiting sources has found that the use of employee referrals is positively related to employee tenure and performance. However, it is unclear whether a relationship exists between recruiting source used and ...