Human Resource Management And The Search For The Happy Workplace
AbstractRiccardo Peccei (1945, Totino, Italy, D.Phil Sociology, Oxford University 1984) is Reader in Organisational Behaviour (OB) and Human Resource Management (HRM) in the Department of Management at Kingâ€™s College London. His research interests include the study of the impact of HRM on organisational performance and employee well-being, the transformation of work and employment relations in the service sector, and the nature and consequences of employee empowerment, partnership and participation in contemporary organisations. He is particularly interested in multilevel analysis and in the study of macro-micro-macro relationships in OB and HRM. Within this perspective, together with colleagues from Kingâ€™s, Birkbeck College and the London School of Economics he has recently completed a series of studies on the impact of gender similarity/diversity on employee satisfaction and commitment at work, on the antecedents and consequences of information disclosure in Britain, and on the evaluation of the impact of the role of nurse consultants in the UK National Health Service. He publishes widely in internationally oriented journals such as the Journal of Management Studies, the British Journal of Industrial Relations, Work, Employment and Society, and The International Journal of Human Resource Management.
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human resource management; HRM; human resource ractices; employee well-being; job satisfaction; job stress; happy workplaces; HR;
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