ResearchLink, a publication from the Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies (CAHRS), provides HR practitioners with concise, high-level overviews of research by Cornell ILR School's HR Studies faculty. ResearchLink covers not only studies published in academic journals, but also the most up-to-date, completed research yet to be submitted for publication. With support from its corporate partners, CAHRS provides research funding for HRS faculty to investigate today's most critical business, human resource, and organizational issues. ResearchLink is just one way CAHRS brings together partners and the Cornell ILR School's world-renowned HR Studies faculty to investigate, translate and apply the latest HR research into practice excellence.

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Submissions from 2014

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Signaling in Secret: Pay-for-Performance and the Incentive and Sorting Effects of Pay Secrecy, Elena Belogolovsky and Peter A. Bamberger

Submissions from 2013

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E-Learning Works - Exactly How Well Depends on its Unique Features and Barriers, Bradford S. Bell and Jessica E. Federman

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When Pay is Kept Secret, the Implications on Performance are Revealing, Elena Belogolovsky and Peter Bamberger

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When It Comes to Employee Engagement, One Size Does Not Fit All, Christopher J. Collins

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Can Firms Perform Without Good HR Practices and Inspiring Leaders?, Christopher J. Collins and Elizabeth McLean

Submissions from 2012

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All Turnover Is Not Created Equal: Gaining Insight Into How Employee Departures Affect Organizational Units, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

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An Employment Systems Approach to Turnover: Human Resources Practices, Quits, Dismissals, and Performance, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

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Do Nice Guys -- And Gals -- Really Finish Last? The Joint Effects of Sex and Agreeableness on Income, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

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Starting Off on the Right Foot: Take Proactive Measures to Enhance Project Teams' Performance, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

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Building Strong Social Connections Increases Innovation Capability, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies, ILR School, Cornell University

Submissions from 2011

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Birds of a Feather: How New Employees' Similarity to Coworkers Affects Organizational Behavior and Productivity, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

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Perception Is Reality: How Employees Perceive What Motivates HR Practices Affects their Engagement, Behavior and Performance, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

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Rules of Attraction: Job Seekers Use Negative News to Filter Initial Search, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

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Strategically Deploy HR Practices to Increase Worker Commitment and Reduce Turnover, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

Submissions from 2010

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A China-based High-Performance HR System: A Model for Success, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

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Believable or Biased? Overestimating the Impact of HR Practices on Firm Performance, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

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Employee Compensation: Know the true costs of employment and optimize them to benefit employers, employees, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

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Getting to Know You: Self-awareness Is Key for High-Performing, Adaptive Teams, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

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Identify Critical Factors to Turn Workforce Satisfaction into Bottom-Line Results, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

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Should Personality Testing Be Part of the Hiring Process?, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

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Understanding the New Reality of Layoffs and Helping Employees Find Solutions to Cope, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies

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Founding Matters: Initial Choices Predict Future Start-Up Success, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies, ILR School, Cornell University

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Harness the Power of Frontline Supervisors to Turn HR Policies into Performance Gains, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies, ILR School, Cornell University

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Paving the Path to Performance: Inclusive Leadership Reduces Turnover in Diverse Work Groups, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies, ILR School, Cornell University

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Taking Attitude into Account for the Gender Wage Gap: Compensating employees equally when gender role attitudes differ, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies, ILR School, Cornell University

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Work-Family Conflict Not Just a Women's Issue: Helping All Employees Find Work-Life Balance, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies, ILR School, Cornell University

Submissions from 2009

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Beyond Tenure: Building Managerial Competencies through Developmental Assignments, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies, ILR School, Cornell University

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Customers Suffer From Employee Churn: High Turnover Makes It Harder to Provide Top Service, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies, ILR School, Cornell University.