Using 224 employee-supervisor dyads, this study shows that task interdependence increases employees' peer feedback seeking, especially when the working environment is perceived as psychologically safe. Results also show that employees seeking peer feedback are perceived as better contributors, creating greater intentions to consider them for rewards.
De Stobbeleir, Katleen; Caniels, Marjolein; De Clippeleer, Inge; Deprez, Jana; Buyens, Dirk (2014)
In this study, we investigate how an organization’s employer brand may impact important organizational outcomes. Specifically, using a sample of 59 Belgian companies, we assess the relative importance of employee evaluations and external evaluations in predicting one of the most important HRM concerns in organizations, i.e., absenteeism. Results show that absenteeism decreases both as a function of employees’ views and of outsiders’ views of the organization. Results further show that external perceptions of an employer may be a more important driver of absenteeism than the internal image. Such results highlight the importance of studying organizations’ external image in impacting important employee outcomes.
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