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In this paper, we have endeavored to integrate the literature on psychological contracts with the literature on contingent work arrangements. After reviewing previous work on contingent employment,… (More)
The predominant escalation theory posits that responsible decision makers experiencing failure focus on information concerning the past when making additional allocations. This study examined infor...
This study examined how the ability to monitor an agent's actions and environmental munificence affect compensation contracts in principal-agent dyads. In a laboratory experiment, we tested predict...
In this article, policy capturing was used to examine how lawyers, as experts, understand the wording in employee handbook passages that promise procedural protections for employees. Specifically,… (More)
Given the increasing number of women executives in the top management teams of initial public offering (IPO) firms, the lack of female-led IPO firms is a curious fact, especially since women-owned… (More)
Abstract This paper examines work commitment outside of traditional and ongoing employer–employee relationships. In particular, attention is given to the commitment-related implications associated… (More)
A total of 154 foreign workers in Saudi Arabia responded to a web survey that inquired about role characteristics, work attitudes and behaviors. Surveys were matched with 138 supervisor surveys… (More)
An experiment tested the theory that behavior monitoring and the presence of a tradition of noncontingent pay would interact to affect compensation agreements in principal-agent dyads. On the basis… (More)
The primary objectives of this article are twofold. Our first objective is to introduce the construct of ‘organizational expedience’. We differentiate organizational expedience from a wide range of… (More)
In contrast to the past and current reliance upon a unidimensional or additive index of union participation, our research presents evidence of the multidimensional nature of the construct of union… (More)