Research in Human Resource Management

ISSN: 1531-281X (print); 2638-0919 (online)

Series Mission Statement
Research in Human Resource Management is an annual series designed to advance theory, research, and practice in Human Resource Management (HRM), and the related fields of Organizational Behavior, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and Research Methods. The overall goal of the series is to publish articles that (a) improve the effectiveness of HRM processes and practices, (b) improve HRM theory, (d) provide critical reviews of HRM theory and research, ( e) enhance the methods used in HRM research, and (e) increase the degree to which individuals have satisfying and fulfilling careers in organizations. Each volume contains articles that are consistent with these goals.

Articles in the series may focus on such specific topics as: Recruitment, Selection, Training, Performance Management, HR Strategy, eHRM, Compensation, Job Attitudes, Job Design, Motivation, Leadership, Groups/Teams, Stress, Employee-Employer Relations, and will consider one major topic per issue. Publication decisions are made based on the evaluations of two subject matter experts and the Action Editor.

Editorial Advisory Board
Herman Aguinis, George Washington University. Derek Avery, Wake Forest University. David Balkin, University of Colorado. Donna Blancero, Bentley University. John Boudreau, University of Southern California. James Breaugh, University of Missouri-Saint Louis. Julio Canedo, University of Houston-Downtown. Jeanette Cleveland, Colorado State University. Cary Cooper, University of Manchester. Petru Curşeu, Babeş-Bolyai University. Diana Deadrick, Old Dominion University. Rodger Griffeth, Ohio University. Julia Hoch, California State University-Northridge. Linda Isenhour, Eastern Michigan University. Richard Johnson, University at Albany. Gary Latham, University of Toronto. Robert Liden, University of Illinois at Chicago. Kim Lukaszewski, Wright State University. Kevin Murphy, University of Limerick. Stella Nkomo, University of Pretoria. Miguel Olivas-Lujan, Clarion University and Monterrey Tech. Mark Roehling, Michigan State University. Patrick Rosopa, Clemson University. Alan Saks, University of Toronto at Scarborough. Terri Scandura, University of Miami. Rene Schalk, Tilburg University. John Schaubroeck, Michigan State University. Lynn Shore, Colorado State University. Eugene Stone-Romero, University of New Mexico. Shay Tzafrir, University of Haifa. Sandra Wayne, University of Illinois at Chicago.

Peer Review Policy
This research series uses a double blind peer review process. All manuscripts are assessed by the editor to determine suitability for the research series. Manuscripts are then sent to two peer subject matter experts to assess their merits and scientific quality. The double blind review process means that the reviewers do not know the names of authors, and authors do not know the names of reviewers. review process. Publication decisions are based on evaluations by the subject matter experts and the Action Editor. The Editor is responsible for the final decision regarding acceptance or rejection of articles.