How employee perceptions of HR policy and practice influence discretionary work effort and co-worker assistance: Evidence from two Australian organizations
Drawing on social identity theory and organizational justice research, we model the impact of employee perceptions of human resource (HR) policies and practices on two important outcome variables - discretionary work effort (DWE) and co-worker assistance
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