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Turnover or turnaway? Competing risks analysis of male and female IT professionals’ job mobility and relative pay gap
This study draws on distributive justice, human capital, and stigmatization theories to hypothesize relationships between relative pay gap and patterns of job mobility. Our study also expands the criterion space of job ...
Taking the bite out of culture : the impact of task structure and task type on overcoming impediments to cross-cultural team performance
Research on the effect of cultural diversity on team performance remains inconclusive. We propose to resolve the competing predictions of the information/decision making versus the social categorization theories by integrating ...
The career paths less (or more) traveled : a sequence analysis of IT career histories, mobility patterns, and career success
This paper examines the objective career histories, mobility patterns, and career success of 500 individuals drawn from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY79), who had worked in the information technology ...
Leader–member exchange (LMX) and culture : a meta-analysis of correlates of LMX across 23 countries
This study extends leader–member exchange (LMX) research by meta-analyzing the role of national culture in moderating relationships between LMX and its correlates. Results based on 282 independent samples (N = 68,587) from ...
Firm-specific human capital and compensation organizational tenure profiles : an archival analysis of salary data for it
We examine determinants of IT compensation using archival salary data from 2,251 IT professionals in Singapore. Consistent with human capital theory, we find that professionals in IT jobs requiring more firm-specific human ...