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Meta-analytic correlations of HRM practices with organizational financial performance

Description

Human resource management practice–organizational financial performance correlations from Combs et al. (2006). Intercorrelations among HRM practices from Guest et al. (2004).

Usage

data(hrm)

Format

list with entries r (mean observed correlations), rho (mean corrected correlations), n (sample sizes), sevar_r (sampling error variances for mean observed correlations), sevar_rho (sampling error variances for mean corrected correlations), and source (character labels indicating which meta-analytic correlations came from the same source)

References

Combs, J., Liu, Y., Hall, A., & Ketchen, D. (2006). How much do high-performance work practices matter? A meta-analysis of their effects on organizational performance. Personnel Psychology, 59(3), 501–528. doi: 10.1111/j.1744-6570.2006.00045.x

Guest, D., Conway, N., & Dewe, P. (2004). Using sequential tree analysis to search for ‘bundles’ of HR practices. Human Resource Management Journal, 14(1), 79–96. doi: 10.1111/j.1748-8583.2004.tb00113.x

Examples

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