Public Personnel Management

A quarterly journal focused on human resource work in the public sector. Contains articles on trends, case studies, comparative information, and recent research. Topics include labor relations, assessment, personnel policies, government reform and other a

Articles from Vol. 44, No. 4, December

A Gay-Friendly Public Service: Comparative Examination of the Impact of Intrinsic Psychological Orientations on the Attitudes of Public Servants toward Homosexuality
Introduction Discrimination against individuals with nontraditional sexual orientations continues to be an issue in public administration and public policy (Colvin, 2000; Flanigan, 2013; Riccucci & Gossett, 1996). This article questions what...
Determinants of Whistleblowing within Government Agencies
Introduction As an activity to inform on illegal and unethical behaviors in organizations, whistleblowing is one of the effective means to eradicate and prevent corruption. Information provision by insiders plays a critical role in resolving corruption...
Editor's Farewell
This issue of Public Personnel Management (PPM) is the last for which I will serve as Editor-in-Chief. Three years ago, I became Editor upon the kind invitation of SAGE when the journal first became a part of their portfolio. We envisioned PPM evolving...
Impact of Procedural Characteristics on Justice Perceptions of Chinese Civil Service Candidates
Introduction Chinese government has been challenged by the need of making multiple reforms since the 1990s. Introduction of civil servant recruitment exam is one of the most important reforms in Chinese civil servant recruitment system. The exam...
The Mediating Effects of Organizational and Supervisor Identification for Interactional Justice: The Case of Sichuan Civil Servants in China
Interactional justice refers to interpersonal treatment people receive during the enactment of formal procedures (Bies & Moag, 1986). Because interpersonal relationships are strongly emphasized in Chinese culture (Yang, 2009), interactional justice...
The Missing Link of Value Congruence and Its Consequences: The Mediating Role of Employees' Acceptance of Organizational Vision
Introduction Promoting employees' understanding of and commitment to a new organizational vision or goals is the most important task for many top leaders in public organizations. Accordingly, leaders try to communicate the new vision or goals to...
The Structure and Measurement of the Work Values of Chinese Civil Servants: The Case of Hangzhou City Government
Introduction Civil servants are agents of implementing state policies according to laws, and manage the national administrative and public affairs. Their job performance directly affects the government's work efficiency and the quality of life of...
What Increases Public Employees' Turnover Intention?
Introduction The status of public employees in agencies of the Korean government has been traditionally perceived as secured, because the Korean Civil Service Act guarantees public employees' status. In the past few years, however, as Korean public...
Words from Guest Editor
The International Symposium on Humanistic Management and Development of New Cities and Towns (ISHMD 2014) was held on October 31 to November 2, 2014, at Zhejiang University of Finance & Economics, Hangzhou, China. The co-organizer of this symposium...
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