Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10419/193784
Authors: 
Croucher, Richard
Rizov, Marian
Goolaup, Ram
Year of Publication: 
2014
Citation: 
[Journal:] The International Journal of Human Resource Management [ISSN:] 0958-5192 [Volume:] 25 [Issue:] 17 [Pages:] 2420-2437
Abstract: 
We measure whether, in a developing country, existence of a 'hard' strategic human resource management (SHRM) strategy developed at high organizational levels or one designed to enhance employee knowledge inputs and thereby promote employer- employee interdependence (EEIN) is a stronger antecedent of direct communication to employees. We use data from a comprehensive survey of HR practices in Mauritius, one of Africa's most open and successful economies. We find that both SHRM and EEIN are antecedents, but that the latter is stronger in public organizations and in smaller and older companies. We conclude that EEIN is a significant analytic category for explaining management practices especially in a historic sense in this and possibly other developing country contexts.
Subjects: 
communications
employees
employer–employee interdependence
Mauritius
strategic HRM
JEL: 
M52
M51
M54
Published Version’s DOI: 
Document Type: 
Article
Document Version: 
Manuscript Version (Preprint)

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