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Kohinur Akter
Queensland University of Technology
Strategic human resource planningBusinessSocial exchange theoryHuman resource management systemStakeholder theory
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#1Kohinur Akter (QUT: Queensland University of Technology)
#2Muhammad Ali (QUT: Queensland University of Technology)H-Index: 7
Last. Artemis Chang (QUT: Queensland University of Technology)H-Index: 12
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Organisations are increasingly using work-life programs to strategically manage their workforce in the competitive labour market. Extant research has investigated various outcomes of work-life programs but has had a lack of focus on organisational financial performance and context. Drawing on strategic human resource management theory, this study proposes and tests a work-life program-performance relationship. It also investigates moderating effects of organisation size and industry on the work–...
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#2Muhammad AliH-Index: 7
Last. Artemis ChangH-Index: 12
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Purpose – Empirical findings on the link between work–life programs and organisational performance have been inconsistent, demanding further investigation of contextual factors. Design/methodology/approach – This study uses social exchange theory, strategic human resource management theory and stakeholder theory to examine the relationship between work–life programs and organisational outcomes, using three performance measures: perceived organisational performance, financial performance and corp...
#2Muhammad AliH-Index: 7
Last. Artemis ChangH-Index: 12
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Empirical findings on the link between work–life programs and organisational performance have been inconsistent, demanding further investigations of contextual factors. This study uses social exchange theory and stakeholder theory to examine the relationship between work–life programs and organisational performance. It also investigates a moderating effect of human resource systems on the work–life programs–performance relationship. The hypotheses were tested in 192 organisations in Australia. T...
#2Muhammad AliH-Index: 7
Last. Artemis ChangH-Index: 12
view all 3 authors...
Organizations are increasingly using work-life programs to strategically manage their workforce in the competitive labour market. Extant research has investigated various outcomes of work-life programs but has had a lack of focus on organizational financial performance. Drawing on strategic human resource management theory, we address this research gap by proposing and testing a work-life program-performance relationship. This study also investigates a moderating effect of organization size on t...
#2Muhammad AliH-Index: 7
Last. Artemis ChangH-Index: 12
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Work-life programs is a significant area of scholarship. A substantial amount of research has been conducted on work-life programs at the individual level; however, research at the organisational level is scarce. This paper presents a systematic literature review of the impact of work-life programs at the organisational level. A well-organised selection process was adopted that resulted in a final sample of 32 articles published in 24 journals. This paper drew on quantitative and qualitative emp...
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