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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 24, Number 16, 1 September 2013

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The role of hospitals' HRM in shaping clinical performance: a holistic approach
pp. 3062-3085(24)
Authors: Townsend, Keith; Lawrence, Sandra A.; Wilkinson, Adrian

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The effects of high-performance work systems on hospital employees' work attitudes and intention to leave: a multi-level and occupational group analysis
pp. 3086-3114(29)
Authors: Ang, Siah H.; Bartram, Timothy; McNeil, Nicola; Leggat, Sandra G.; Stanton, Pauline

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Pro-social organisational behaviour of health care workers
pp. 3115-3130(16)
Authors: Hyde, Paula; Harris, Claire; Boaden, Ruth

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Crowded out? The capacity of HR to change healthcare work practices
pp. 3131-3145(15)
Authors: McBride, A.; Mustchin, S.

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Reducing burnout in Australian nurses: the role of employee direct voice and managerial responsiveness
pp. 3146-3162(17)
Authors: Holland, Peter J.; Allen, Belinda C.; Cooper, Brian K.

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Exploring the effects of high-performance work systems (HPWS) on the work-related well-being of Chinese hospital employees
pp. 3196-3212(17)
Authors: Zhang, Mingqiong; Zhu, Cherrie J.; Dowling, Peter J.; Bartram, Timothy

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