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The study also tests whether experienced HR practices mediate the relationship 66-0003 intended HR practices and positive employee outcomes, such as affective commitment and job satisfaction.
Skip to main content. Regarding the different outcomes, a great deal of research has allowed the analysis of the impact of HR practices on various aspects of organizational per- formance, such as financial and market outcomes Huselid, ; Delery and Doty, ; Ichnioswski et al.
Organizations researchers have paid an increasing amount of attention to issues of justice in the workplace. HR practices were confirmed to be an important tool for organizations as a means of promoting positive employee attitudes, such as affective commitment and job satisfaction, which represent key antecedents of organizational performance.
This approach to gathering perceptual and objective information assures data reliability and minimizes the risk of common method bias Podsakoff et al. An important novelty of the study is that it explicitly distinguishes between intended and experienced HR practices in conducting the analysis. Outcome Variables The dependent variables included employee affective commitment and job satisfaction.
They have been adopted in several studies and are considered fun- damental to both individuals and organizations Huselid, ; Brief, ; Guest, ; Appelbaum et al. Drawing from the decision-making literature, Lind and van den Bos hypothesize a fairness heuristic that individuals use to form percep- tions of fairness when faced with ambiguous stimuli. This would then enable us to look at all the links of the causal chain that tie together HR practices and organizational performance and assess the extent to which HR practices, through the mediating effects of work experiences and employee attitudes, influence organizational performance.
Therefore, the results supported Hypothesis 1, according to which experienced HR practices intervene as a mediator in the link between the three antecedent variables i.
Rather, for an effective HRM system to be adequately perceived and appreciated by employees, it is necess- ary for these subjects to perceive a high level of integrity in their managers.
These items were shown to be unidimensional loadings ranging from. Accord- ing to Simonsp. Several links are hypothesized in the current model. However, evidence to date tends to provide stronger support for the optimistic perspective Ramsay et al. Chartered Institute of Personnel Management. The analysis also reveals an intervening role for experienced HR practices, which mediate the joint impact of intended practices and behavioural integrity on the two employee outcomes.
The choice to use an XIHRP as a summated scale to measure the latent construct of intended HR practices was based on past studies that have suggested this procedure as a way to obtain 666-003 parsimonious and precise estimates Singh and Rhoads, ; Bandalos, ; Steenkamp et al. Second, focusing on intermediate variables, the study sheds light on the psycho- logical mechanisms that explain how HR practices exert their influence.
An intended HR prac- tices index indicated in the structural model as IHRP was computed, based on the total number of practices implemented within each organization i. Chartered Institute of Personnel Development.
This suggests a need to include contributions from the ethics and justice perspectives in the HRM modelling. 666-003 the possible intervening factors, several authors have started to examine the differences across occupational groups Peccei and Innocenti, ; Purcell et al. 66003 construct of experienced HR practices serves as a mediator and represents the mechanism that transmits the joint impact of intended HR practices and perceived behavioural integrity on affective commitment and job satisfaction.
In this context i.
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This process postulates Figure 1. Hence, the proposed model found empirical support. Therefore, the higher the level of integrity that employees perceive in management, the higher their affective commitment to the organization and job satisfaction.
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 6-6003 Innovation and Skills [BIS], or adopted in pre- vious academic research Appelbaum et al.
The aim of the article is to contribute to this stream of research by focusing on the relationship between HR practices and major employee outcomes.
In order to test the mediation hypothesis, the modified model was estimated using the bootstrap method with 1, resamplings.
The data were gathered using two sources of information: 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 ,oi true for human resources. Click here to sign up. The current analysis focused on two employee outcomes: