Influence of High Performance Work Systems on Employee Subjective Well-being and Job Burnout: Empirical Evidence from the Chinese Healthcare Sector
Over the last two decades, high performance work systems (HPWSs) research has been dominated by examining the effects of these systems on firm performance. Research on the impact of HPWSs on employees has been marginalised. This study examines the impact
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