ISSN 0958-5192 (Print); ISSN 1466-4399 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
An international perspective on human resource management and performance in the health care sector: toward a research agenda
Bartram, Timothy; Dowling, Peter J.
Untangling the relationship between HRM and hospital performance: the mediating role of attitudinal and behavioural HR outcomes†
Baluch, Alina M.; Salge, Torsten Oliver; Piening, Erk P.
The role of hospitals' HRM in shaping clinical performance: a holistic approach
Townsend, Keith; Lawrence, Sandra A.; Wilkinson, Adrian
The effects of high-performance work systems on hospital employees' work attitudes and intention to leave: a multi-level and occupational group analysis
Ang, Siah H.; Bartram, Timothy; McNeil, Nicola; Leggat, Sandra G.; Stanton, Pauline
Pro-social organisational behaviour of health care workers
Hyde, Paula; Harris, Claire; Boaden, Ruth
Crowded out? The capacity of HR to change healthcare work practices
McBride, A.; Mustchin, S.
Reducing burnout in Australian nurses: the role of employee direct voice and managerial responsiveness
Holland, Peter J.; Allen, Belinda C.; Cooper, Brian K.
Fostering innovative behaviour: the importance of employee commitment and organisational citizenship behaviour
Xerri, Matthew J.; Brunetto, Yvonne
Between market and bureaucracy: public healthcare reforms in China and nurses' terms and conditions
Cooke, Fang Lee; Zhan, Chaoyong
Exploring the effects of high-performance work systems (HPWS) on the work-related well-being of Chinese hospital employees
Zhang, Mingqiong; Zhu, Cherrie J.; Dowling, Peter J.; Bartram, Timothy