employee behavior

When Immorality Benefits the Organisation, What Are the Consequences?
FEHR, Ryan | WELSH, David | YAM, Kai Chi | BAER, Michael | WU, Wei | VAULONT, Manuel

Employees who act unethically are punished, ostracized, and even fired. But are these penalties applied when immoral behaviours contribute to the “greater good” of an organisation? In important new work, Manuel Vaulont ...

Impact of Employee Well-being Human Resource Attribution on External and Internal Job Changes
LEE, Byron Y. | KIM, Tae-Yeol | GONG, Yaping | ZHENG, Xiaoming | LIU, Xin

Employees may advance their career by achieving internal job changes (i.e., changes in jobs within an organization) and external job changes (i.e., changes in jobs across organizational boundaries), and both changes may render dif ...

The Impact of Customer Capital on Firm Valuation: Brand Recognition vs. Key Employees
DOU, Winston Wei | JI, Yan | REIBSTEIN, David | WU, Wei

Key talents, such as executives and innovators, play a crucial role in driving a firm’s success and shaping public perceptions of its operations. However, such talents can also pose a risk to their firms. HKUST’s Yan J ...

Benevolent Leadership Promotes Employee Creativity
LIN, Weipeng | MA, Jingjing | ZHANG, Qi

The success of an organization is largely dependent on the effectiveness of the leadership process, rendering the study of leadership essential. Virtuous leader behavior in form of benevolent leadership, referring to leaders&rsquo ...

To Quit or Not to Quit?
WONG, Ellick K.F. | CHENG, Cecilia

Deciding to leave a job and actually leaving it are not the same thing. Whether the intention to quit translates into real turnover behavior—known as the turnover intention–behavior link—is strongly affected by c ...