Category Archives: JHRSS

Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies

Human Capital and Inappropriate Behavior: Review and Recommendations

Author: David D. Van Fleet ABSTRACT Human capital is vital to the successful operation of any organization, the quality of which is threatened by inappropriate organizational behavior. Reducing or eliminating such behavior is critical. Organizations must establish a positive atmosphere … Continue reading

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How Does Objective Career Success Affect Subjective Career Success? The Moderating Role of Self-Awareness

Author(s): Qianni Gu, Yong Su ABSTRACT Studies on the relationship between objective career success and subjective career success are seldom in the career success research. In this study, we hypothesize a positive relationship between objective career success and subjective career … Continue reading

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Does the Fishing Behavior at Global Scale Really Make Food Security Stronger?

Author(s): Hidalgo Gallardo Amada, Hidalgo Gallardo Ruth Leticia ABSTRACT Due to the accelerated economic liberalization, the environment has been damaged by the high and constant emission of CO2, phenomenon that produces global warming as well as greenhouse effect. These processes … Continue reading

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Am I Motivated? Working Conditions that Best Motivate Human Resource Practitioners

Human Resource Practitioners and employees in general have high desires for ownership, achievement, affiliation, competence and power and works well within an organization that foster these desired.  When employees are able to identify those factors that determine their level of … Continue reading

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