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Colin Idzert Sarkies Lee
University of Calgary
14Publications
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#2Piers Steel (U of C: University of Calgary)
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#2Alexei KoveshnikovH-Index: 7
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#2Will FelpsH-Index: 13
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#1Colin Idzert Sarkies Lee (U of C: University of Calgary)H-Index: 3
#2Frank A. Bosco (VCU: Virginia Commonwealth University)H-Index: 13
Last.Krista L. Uggerslev (Northern Alberta Institute of Technology)H-Index: 12
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Purpose In this study, the authors revisit the meta-analytic correlates of career satisfaction and demonstrate the use of metaBUS – a database repository of meta-analytic effect sizes and related information from the field of applied psychology. The purpose of this paper is to extend prior meta-analytic research on the topic of career satisfaction and compare the results from the metaBUS-enabled meta-analysis, with the results from meta-analyses that do not build on the repository. Design/method...
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#1Maria Markoulli (UNSW: University of New South Wales)H-Index: 12
#2Colin Idzert Sarkies Lee (U of C: University of Calgary)H-Index: 3
Last.Will Felps (UNSW: University of New South Wales)H-Index: 13
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Abstract Using recent advances in science mapping, this article systematically reviews the Human Resource Management (HRM) field. We analyze 12,157 HRM research articles published over 23 years to reveal the topic content and intellectual structure of HRM scholarship. A downloadable, searchable HRM topic map is provided ( http://bit.ly/HR-Map ) that reveals: a) 1702 HRM article topics, b) the number of articles on each topic, c) topic relations, trends, and impact, and d) five major HRM topic cl...
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#1Colin Idzert Sarkies Lee (U of C: University of Calgary)H-Index: 3
#2Will FelpsH-Index: 13
Last.Piers Steel (U of C: University of Calgary)H-Index: 27
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On what basis do hiring professional decide whom to invite for a job interview? In order to address this fundamental but understudied question we draw on applicant tracking data from 48 companies (N = 441,769 applicants). We use synthetic validity and relative weight analysis to identify the relative importance across occupations and industries of 18 factors including demographics (i.e., age, gender, nationality, distance from hiring company), biodata (i.e., experience, level of education), the ...
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#1Maria MarkoulliH-Index: 12
Last.Will FelpsH-Index: 13
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This article provides a structural review of the Human Resource Management (HRM) field from articles published between 1992 and 2013, through the utilization of bibliometric mapping and clustering techniques. By applying a transparent, replicable, and inductive approach to the analysis of the HRM literature, this paper presents a rigorously developed field classification system in the form of a scientometric term map (bit.ly/HRMMap). This classification system visualizes five key prevailing subf...
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Digital computers entered our homes, landed on our desktops, slipped into our pockets, and have seemingly become ubiquitous. At an ever faster pace, these devices have become highly interconnected and interoperable. Consequently, our archives, our work, our actions, and our interactions are increasingly digitalized and stored in databases or made accessible via the Internet. This data, generally characterized by high volume, variety, and velocity (i.e., accumulation rate), has come to be called ...
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#1Eliza ByingtonH-Index: 4
#2Will FelpsH-Index: 13
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This article examines the “topic gap” between the interests of practitioners and the topics being researched in Organizational Behavior (OB) scholarship. In particular, we systematically compare th...
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Imagine what it would be like if accurate algorithms took over the recruitment process and were used to match potential applicants to work. Recruiters would no longer have to trawl through stacks of CVs or engage in swathes of interviews. Job seekers would be relieved of the time and stress involved in searching and applying.
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