All-In or all-out? Examining the relationships between HR practices, perceived employability, and organizational outcomes

Akkermans, J. (Speaker), Tims, M. (Speaker), Beijer, S. E. (Speaker), Nele De Cuyper (Speaker)

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

Description

Recent research on the “employability management paradox” has urged scholars to critically examine whether investments in employability are worthwhile for organizations. More specifically: might there be potential trade-offs of HRM investments in employees’ employability between their commitment to the organization and their deviant work behaviors? Based on Social Exchange theory and Conservation of Resources theory, this study examined whether HRM practices can positively impact perceived employability (PE), and whether this is subsequently related to organizational commitment and counterproductive behaviors (CWB).
Period19 May 2017
Held atEAWOP Conference 2017
Event typeConference
LocationDublin, Ireland
Degree of RecognitionInternational