Management Revue

Peer-reviewed journal publishes articles on business and public administration, organizational behavior, economics, sociology, and psychology.

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 3, 2012

An Essay on Sustainable Work Systems: Shaping an Agenda for Future Research
This essay is based on a review of the following text, now recognized internationally as being of central relevance to studies of sustainability in contexts for HRM practice and research:* Docherty, P., Kira, M., & Shani A. B. (eds.). (2009). Creating...
A Sustainability Perspective on Flexible HRM: How to Cope with Paradoxes of Contingent Work**
Based on a sustainability perspective we offer a research framework that allows discussion of the relationship between positive and negative effects of flexible FIRM. Sustainability, as an umbrella concept, aims to integrate three perspectives: economy,...
Employer Branding: Sustainable HRM as a Competitive Advantage in the Market for High-Quality Employees**
This conceptual article examines how Sustainable Human Resource Management (Sustainable HRM) can help establishing an attractive employer brand that can address the different needs and expectations of potential and existing employees, without compromising...
Recent Developments and Future Prospects on Sustainable Human Resource Management: Introduction to the Special Issue**
In this editorial the previous and current state of studies in the subject of sustainability are considered and the role of HRM examined. Particular attention is drawn to the range of definitions of 'sustainability' and to prior approaches to Sustainable...
The Meaning of Sense of Coherence in Transcultural Management: A Salutogenic Perspective on Interactions in a Selected South African Business Organisation
Claude-Hélène Mayer: The Meaning of Sense of Coherence in Transcultural Management: A Salutogenic Perspective on Interactions in a Selected South African Business Organisation Münster: Waxmann 2011, 455 pp., euro 44,90... the nutritious pemmican on which...
The Relevance of Corporate Social Responsibility for a Sustainable Human Resource Management: An Analysis of Organizational Attractiveness as a Determinant in Employees' Selection of a (Potential) Employer
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become a central issue of business management in recent years. This study aims to add to the literature by pointing out the relevance of CSR for a Sustainable Human Resource Management (HRM). In particular this...
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