Project LPP – Personalmanagement und Mitarbeiterbindung: Empirische Analysen mit neuen verknüpften…

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Acronym:
LPP
Title:
Personalmanagement und Mitarbeiterbindung: Empirische Analysen mit neuen verknüpften Arbeitgeber-Arbeitnehmerdaten
Duration:
01/10/2017 to 30/09/2020
Abstract / short description:
The aim of this research project is to continue our investigation of the link between an employers` use of human resource management practices and employees` perceived quality of work as well as their decision to stay with their employer. In addition to pursuing the research questions laid out in our initial proposal, we further developed the Linked Personnel Panel (LPP), a combined employer and employee panel survey on the use of personnel management practices and employee perceptions.
In the second phase of this project we would like to go further in our empirical tests of this model`s theoretical predictions, both with data from the LPP as well as with complementary lab experiments. Furthermore, we want to investigate the effect of training on job satisfaction and employee retention. We also plan to study the effect of gender quotas for management positions on women`s and men`s attitudes towards their employer. We would like to broaden our work on the effect of variable pay on employee satisfaction and retention by taking into account personality traits, not only using LPP data but also analysing data from a field experiment with freelance workers. Finally we want to continue our focus on employers` use of flexible work arrangements as a means of motivating employees to stay.
Keywords:
Human resource management practices
Linked Personnel Panel
Linked employer-employee data

Involved staff

Managers

Department of Economics
Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences

Local organizational units

Department of Economics
Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences
University of Tübingen

Funders

Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
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