Neil Conway
Neil Conway
Professor of Organizational Behaviour, Royal Holloway
Verified email at rhul.ac.uk
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Understanding psychological contracts at work: A critical evaluation of theory and research
N Conway, RB Briner
Oxford University Press, 2005
14192005
Human resource management and corporate performance in the UK
DE Guest, J Michie, N Conway, M Sheehan
British journal of industrial relations 41 (2), 291-314, 2003
14002003
Communicating the psychological contract: an employer perspective
DE Guest, N Conway
Human resource management journal 12 (2), 22-38, 2002
9652002
Exchange relationships: Examining psychological contracts and perceived organizational support.
JAM Coyle-Shapiro, N Conway
Journal of applied psychology 90 (4), 774, 2005
8832005
A daily diary study of affective responses to psychological contract breach and exceeded promises
N Conway, RB Briner
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2002
7112002
Managing the career deal: The psychological contract as a framework for understanding career management, organizational commitment and work behavior
J Sturges, N Conway, D Guest, A Liefooghe
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2005
6982005
A longitudinal study of the relationship between career management and organizational commitment among graduates in the first ten years at work
J Sturges, D Guest, N Conway, KM Davey
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2002
6152002
Full-time versus part-time employees: Understanding the links between work status, the psychological contract, and attitudes
N Conway, RB Briner
Journal of Vocational Behavior 61 (2), 279-301, 2002
4932002
The employment relationship through the lens of social exchange
JAM Coyle-Shapiro, N Conway
Oxford University Press, 2004
3462004
Fifty years of psychological contract research: What do we know and what are the main challenges
N Conway, RB Briner
International review of industrial and organizational psychology 24 (71), 71-131, 2009
3232009
Using sequential tree analysis to search for ‘bundles’ of HR practices
D Guest, N Conway, P Dewe
Human Resource Management Journal 14 (1), 79-96, 2004
2952004
The impact of HR practices, HR effectiveness and a ‘strong HR system’on organisational outcomes: a stakeholder perspective
D Guest, N Conway
The international journal of human resource management 22 (8), 1686-1702, 2011
2862011
Employee well-being and the psychological contract: A report for the CIPD
DE Guest, N Conway
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, 2004
2622004
Managing and shaping innovation
S Conway, F Steward
Oxford University Press, 2009
2592009
Employee motivation and the psychological contract
D Guest, N Conway
Institute of Personnel and Development, 1997
2591997
Peering into the black hole: the downside of the new employment relations in the UK
D Guest, N Conway
British Journal of Industrial Relations 37 (3), 367-389, 1999
2521999
Testing the differential effects of changes in psychological contract breach and fulfillment
N Conway, D Guest, L Trenberth
Journal of vocational behavior 79 (1), 267-276, 2011
2482011
The reciprocal relationship between psychological contract fulfilment and employee performance and the moderating role of perceived organizational support and tenure
N Conway, JAM Coyle‐Shapiro
Journal of occupational and Organizational Psychology 85 (2), 277-299, 2012
2322012
Fairness and work and the psychological contract
DE Guest, N Conway
Institute of Personnel and Development, 1998
1941998
Effective People Management-Initial Findings of the Future of Work Study
D Guest, J Michie, M Sheehan, N Conway, M Metochi
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, 2000
1552000
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