Socially Responsible Human Resources Management, Perceived Organizational Morality, and Employee Well-being
Moustafa Abdelmotaleb () and
Sudhir K. Saha ()
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Moustafa Abdelmotaleb: Assiut University
Sudhir K. Saha: Memorial University of Newfoundland
Public Organization Review, 2020, vol. 20, issue 2, No 10, 385-399
Abstract The aim of this investigation is to explore the process linking socially responsible human resource management (SRHRM) to employee well-being. The data were collected from a sample of nurses (n = 349) working in a large public hospital in Egypt. The results indicate that positive employee perceptions of organizational morality arising from SRHRM led to an enhanced state-based positive affect at work and ultimately increased employee vitality. This investigation contributes to the HRM literature by examining the impact of employees’ perceptions of HRM practices that incorporate indicators of employee social performance in corporate performance appraisals and reward systems, on employee vitality at work.
Keywords: Human resources management; Organizational morality; Affects at work; Employee vitality; Public sector (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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