Public Personnel Management

(The TQCC of Public Personnel Management is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
The Impact of Workplace Aggression on Employee Satisfaction With Job Stress, Meaningfulness of Work, and Turnover Intentions29
Empowering Leadership, Social Support, and Job Crafting in Public Organizations: A Multilevel Study24
Flexible Work Arrangements and Employee Retention: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Federal Workforces23
Engagement, Exhaustion, and Perceived Performance of Public Employees Before and During the COVID-19 Crisis20
Too Stressed To Be Engaged? The Role of Basic Needs Satisfaction in Understanding Work Stress and Public Sector Engagement19
Ethical Climate and Whistleblowing Intentions: Testing the Mediating Roles of Public Service Motivation and Psychological Safety Among Local Government Employees16
The Relationship of Public Service Motivation to Job Satisfaction and Job Performance of Emergency Medical Services Professionals16
Challenge Stressors, Work Engagement, and Affective Commitment Among Chinese Public Servants16
Public Service Motivation and Employee Change-Supportive Intention: Utilizing the Theory of Planned Behavior14
An Overlooked Cost of Contracting Out: Evidence From Employee Turnover Intention in U.S. Federal Agencies12
Does Perceptions of Organizational Prestige Mediate the Relationship Between Public Service Motivation, Job Satisfaction, and the Turnover Intentions of Federal Employees?12
Predictors of Turnover Intention in U.S. Federal Government Workforce: Machine Learning Evidence That Perceived Comprehensive HR Practices Predict Turnover Intention10
Mixed Feelings? Comparing the Effects of Perceived Red Tape and Job Goal Clarity on HRM Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment Across Central Government, Government Agencies, and Businesses9
Street-Level Bureaucrats’ Work Engagement: Can Public Managers’ Servant-Leader Orientation Make a Difference?8
Veterans and Job Satisfaction in the U.S. Federal Government: The Importance of Role Clarity in the First Years of Civilian Employment8
Alienation in Pandemic-Induced Telework in the Public Sector8
Revisiting Motivations for a Public Service Career (MPSC): The Case of China7
The Impact of Human Resources Environment and Organizational Identification on Employees’ Psychological Well-Being7
How to Facilitate Innovative Behavior and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: Evidence From Public Employees in Korea7
Enhancing Employee Voice and Inclusion Through Inclusive Leadership in Public Sector Organizations7
Transformational Leadership and Employees’ Helping Behavior in Public Organizations: Does Organizational Structure Matter?6
Exploring the Sources of Cognitive Gap Between Accountability and Performance6
The Dynamic Role of Emotional Intelligence on the Relationship Between Emotional Labor and Job Satisfaction: A Comparison Study of Public Service in China and South Korea6