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The construct of experienced HR practices serves lii a mediator and represents the mechanism that transmits the joint impact of intended HR practices and perceived behavioural integrity on affective commitment and job satisfaction. Therefore, even though it is widely acknowledged that justice and integrity are different constructs, it could be considered appropri- ate the adoption of the justice theory framework.


Paper presented to the Institute of Work Psychology Conference. Any behaviour that opposes perceptions of integrity and accountability may compromise the effects of the causal chain between HR practices and employee attitudes. In fact, as argued by Wright and his colleaguesp.

Journal of Change Management Vol. The influence of HR practices on employee attitudes, however, has aroused some controversy Peccei, Effects of Behavioural Integrity on HR Practices and Employee Outcomes that loj of fairness in one area will influence perceptions of fairness in another, especially if the latter area involves ambiguous stimuli.

One set of links exists between HR practices, both intended and experienced, and employee outcomes. This version has been corrected.

The interaction term was modelled following indications from recent methodo- logical research in the field Echambadi and Hess, ; Iacubucci, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. All the examined variables were checked for discriminant validity through the analysis of their correlations.


First, addressing an issue that deserves great consideration, the study analysed the role of both intended and experienced HR practices in promoting employee positive outcomes towards the organization, such as affective commitment and job satisfaction.

Figure 2 depicts this modified structural model, which was tested in a subsequent path analysis.

This article was downloaded by: As explained above, the items have proved to be very close in meaning with those adopted by Prottas Conver- sely, when they do not perceive this quality in their managers i. Conclusion Lou results shed light on different aspects of the relationship between employees and organizations.

For reasons of clarity, Figure 2 only reports the latent constructs and Table 1. Effects of Behavioural Integrity on HR Practices and Employee Outcomes Affective commitment was measured on a four-item scale corresponding to the following statements: Several links are hypothesized in the current model.

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lpi Rather, for an effective HRM system to be adequately perceived and appreciated by employees, it is necess- ary for these subjects to perceive a high level of integrity in their managers.

A critical review of the theoretical and empirical literature and suggestions for future research, Journal of Management, 26, pp. When observing the link between intended and experienced practices, research- ers have suggested consideration of the role of managers and supervisors. Although provided by the Great Place to Workw Institute Italy,1 the items adopted presented a strong similarity to those included in established scales Meyer and Allen, ; Department for Business Innovation and Skills [BIS], or adopted in pre- vious academic research Appelbaum et al.


This was achieved by fixing the loading coefficient that relates the observed variable XIHRP to the construct 66-0003 to 1 and the measurement error variance to 0. These items were shown to be unidimensional loadings ranging from.


The publisher shall not be liable for any loss, actions, claims, proceedings, demand, or costs or damages whatsoever or howsoever caused arising directly or indirectly in connection with or arising out of the use of this material. Searching for the existence of a link between HR systems and better employee outcomes, researchers have begun to pay attention to intermediate factors that could provide support. This would then enable us to look at all the links of the causal lii that tie together HR practices and organizational performance and assess the extent to which HR practices, through the mediating effects of work experiences and employee attitudes, influence organizational performance.

To achieve a better understanding of the influence of HR systems on individual and organizational outcomes, it is necessary to expand the analyses; this can be achieved by considering both aspects of HR practices together, while including the intervening mechanisms that may influence HR practices Purcell et al.

The potential of the HR capital is realized only to the extent that the possessors of the human capital i. This study addresses the issue by examining the role of behavioural integrity in the chain linking human resources HR practices to employee attitudes.

To cite this article: This is because the mechanisms intervening in the different links have not yet received systematic research attention Guest, ; Wright and Gardner, Recent research has tended to focus exclusively on either intended or experi- enced HR practices for methodological and theoretical reasons Ostroff and Bowen, The current 66-03 focused on two employee outcomes: