Research Assesses the Relationship between Intrateam Conflict and Psychological Contract Breach

Pollack Peacebuilding

Aggregate perceptions of intrateam conflict and individual team member perceptions of team psychological contract breach: The moderating role of individual team member perceptions of team support” (2020). Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, Vol. Summary of: Cruz, K.,

Brooks: Want better managers? You need to develop better employees


They have lots of engagement survey data proving that employees feel that their managers don’t give them adequate feedback, fail to set them up for success and don’t show concern for their wellbeing. Everyone in HR knows the mantra that “employees join organizations and leave managers.”


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Definition of Insanity - Using the Same Performance Management Tools & Expecting a Different Result

Oracle HCM - Modern HR in the Cloud

So in essence, everything else in business is changing at lightening speed but one of the main tools to drive change is static. It is proven to have an adverse impact; Most Performance Management processes and frameworks were developed during an era much more characterised by command and control within a deeper organisational hierarchy; The psychological contract has radically changed.forever! Only 15% of those surveyed believed it supported organisational engagement.

2019 HR tech trends: which ones deserve the hype?


HR technology expert Kate Wadia assess the trends HR professionals need to focus on in 2019 – and the ones you can afford to overlook for now. These are uncertain times: technology is changing rapidly. Research suggests that barely 20% of business leaders are ‘very satisfied’ with the people systems in their organisation. This means a push out into the organisation with systems that join up. A newly defined HR technology skillset will emerge.

What are Total Rewards: Here’s A Holistic View

Empuls Blog

“Some organizations have adopted "a culture of taking care of people," assessing the needs of their workforce based on factors such as age, education, demographics, and job level, and then offering segmented benefits to meet these needs.”

HR Analytics Case Study: Why Expats Quit – and how to Retain them

Analytics in HR

Moreover, organizations frequently forget to plan ahead and arrange a suitable career plan for the expatriated employee, causing a lack of suitable positions and consequences for career and psychological contracts upon return ( Pattie, White, & Tansky, 2010 ). Fortunately, survival was not in question in these organizations, but the same technique can be applied to assess objectively to what extent “HR treatments” help to retain employees in the organization.