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Author:Zinta S. Byrne , Kyla J. Dvorak ...
Data Source:[J].Computers in Human Behavior, 2016, Vol.59, pp.456-468Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)We departed from existing studies on Internet use by exploring users' perception of their own use of the Internet. Using a mixed-method explanatory sequential design approach, we first asked users to generate lists of actions they take on the Internet and then a...
Author:Jeanette N. Cleveland , Zinta S. Byrne , T.M. Cavanagh
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Management Review, 2015, Vol.25 (2), pp.146-161Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Using Ecological Systems Theory, we propose a four-part approach to HRM: short vs. long-term relationships, life-course changes, multiple contexts and success criteria, and permeable and reciprocal influence. Infusing HRM with a psychological concern for human dignit...
Author:Zinta S. Byrne , Elaine LeMay
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business and Psychology, 2006, Vol.21 (2), pp.149-173Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)We examined the satisfaction in and perceived quality of information about one’s job, business unit, and company, as well as perceived quality of urgent news (i.e., news about changes in business and generally considered legally sensitive material), communicated...
Author:Zinta S. Byrne , Brian K. Miller , Virginia E. Pitts
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business and Psychology, 2010, Vol.25 (3), pp.451-464Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br) Purpose(#br)Inconsistency in offerings of human resource management (HRM) practices across organizations is potentially problematic for employees with high levels of entitlement as they tend to believe they get less than they deserve. The purpose of this study ...
Author:Zinta S. Byrne , Brian K. Miller
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business and Psychology, 2009, Vol.24 (1), pp.51-64Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br) Purpose(#br)The purpose of this study was to examine whether fairness assessed in a widely used multisource instrument written by practitioners possessed a similar factor structure as fairness measured in academic literature, and whether different groups based on th...
Author:Zinta S. Byrne
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business and Psychology, 2005, Vol.20 (2), pp.175-200Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Responses from 150 employees revealed that procedural justice reduced the negative effects of perceptions of covert, self-serving political behaviors (e.g., going along with others), but not overt political behaviors (e.g., tearing others down to build up self) on tu...

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