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How and when matter: Exploring the interaction effects of high-performance work systems, employee participation, and human capital on organizational innovation

Yu Zhou, Xueqing Fan, Jooyeon Son

Human Resource Management | Wiley | Published : 2019


Existing research on the relationship between high‐performance work systems (HPWS) and organizational innovation has paid insufficient attention to the boundary effects of employee participation and human capital. Bridging the human resource management (HRM) and employment relations literature, this study contributes to the contingency view of HRM and China‐specific research by investigating how human capital and employee participation, direct voice mechanism, and corporate governance participation jointly moderate the relationship between HPWS and organizational innovation. We test our three‐way interaction model using a sample of 108 firms and 1,250 employees in China. The results suggest ..

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