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[cid:[log in to unmask]]<>Human Resource Management
Advancing HR Research and Practice
Volume 61, Issue 3
Strategic human resource management in the era of environmental disruptions
Pages: 279-389
May/June 2022
Issue Edited by:  Sunghoon Kim, Vlad Vaiman, Karin Sanders

Strategic human resource management in the era of environmental disruptions<> (open access)
Sunghoon Kim<>, Vlad Vaiman<>, Karin Sanders<>

How workplace support for the COVID-19 pandemic and personality traits affect changes in employees' affective commitment to the organization and job-related well-being<> (open access)
Mashiho Mihalache<>, Oli R. Mihalache<>

The role of perceived workplace safety practices and mindfulness in maintaining calm in employees during times of crisis<>
Thinh-Van Vu<>, Tan Vo-Thanh<>, Hsinkuang Chi<>, Nguyen Phong Nguyen<>, Duy Van Nguyen<>, Mustafeed Zaman<>

Navigating the era of disruption: How emotions can prompt job crafting behaviors<>
Laurie J. Barclay<>, Tina Kiefer<>, Mouna El Mansouri<>

Global talent management and multinational subsidiaries' resilience in the Covid-19 crisis: Moderating roles of regional headquarters' support and headquarters–subsidiary friction<> (free access)
Jeoung Yul Lee<>, Dorra Yahiaoui<>, Khan-Pyo Lee<>, Fang Lee Cooke<>

Pre-crisis commitment human resource management and employees' attitudes in a global pandemic: The role of trust in the government<> (free access)
Eunmi Chang<>, Hyun Chin<>, Jeong Won Lee<>

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