Xiaowen Hu

Xiaowen Hu
Queensland University of Technology | QUT · School of Management

PhD in Management

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27
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22 Research Items
939 Citations
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Additional affiliations
July 2017 - present
Queensland University of Technology
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
February 2013 - August 2017
University of Western Australia
Field of study
  • Management and Organisation
January 2011 - October 2012
Ulster University
Field of study
  • Social Research Skills
September 2005 - June 2008
University College London
Field of study
  • Molecular Biology

Publications

Publications (27)
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Service organizations are increasingly introducing service robots to frontline service deliveries. The majority of existing research focuses on how customers perceive and experience these robots, whereas limited attention has been paid to understanding how they might impact employee health and safety. Building on sociotechnical systems theory, we p...
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Aim The aim of this study is to examine the effect of organizational identification on safety voice behaviour, focusing on the mediating role of safety motivation and the moderating role of management commitment to safety and psychological safety. Design The study used a cross-sectional questionnaire and a convenience sampling method. Method Data...
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How can hospitality employees be prevented from engaging in unethical behavior toward customers with the intention of helping their organization (i.e., from displaying unethical pro-organizational behavior directed at customers, UPB-C)? Drawing on ethical decision-making (EDM) theory, we propose that organizational punishment for unethical behavior...
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This study extends prior research by examining when and why proactive employees are less likely to engage in corner-cutting behaviors. We proposed that proactive personality is negatively related to corner-cutting behaviors via customer orientation, and productivity climate further enhances this negative effect. In Study 1, data collected using a t...
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Safety is typically cast as a trade-off with other priorities, such as production and efficiency. Such an approach sets up dramatic tension between organisational goals—an ‘either-or’ situation. Alternatively, safety can be framed as something that can be achieved simultaneously with other goals—a ‘both-and’ situation. The aim of this paper is to r...
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The present study extended the concept of safety compliance by differentiating two types of compliance behavior: deep compliance and surface compliance. By incorporating our new conceptualization into an integrative model of workplace safety, we developed a model of how different dimensions of safety climate, namely, management commitment to safety...
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The COVID-19 health crisis has engendered a set of additional health and safety regulations and procedures (e.g. social distancing) to the hospitality industry. The purpose of this paper is to explore in-depth how organizations can facilitate employees’ deep compliance with these procedures. Employing an instrumental case-study approach, we collect...
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The purpose of this research is to contribute to the ongoing debate about whether psychic distance still plays a vital role in the internationalisation of SMEs from emerging markets. Drawing on the prior research which suggests the salient impact of institutional factors on internationalisation, we investigate the role of home country institutions...
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Although previous research has documented a host of negative consequences of job insecurity, workplace interpersonal relationships have rarely been considered. This omission might be caused by the application of broad stress theories to the job insecurity literature without taking a nuanced perspective to understand the nature of job insecurity. To...
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Research demonstrates that knowledge hiding has a detrimental effect on the knowledge hider him‐ or herself. Extending this area, the present research examines how and when knowledge hiders struggle to thrive at work. Integrating self‐perception theory and the socially‐embedded model of thriving, we propose that knowledge hiding negatively influenc...
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Previous studies have mainly concentrated on the desirable aspects of project citizenship behavior (PCB) but largely ignored its dark sides. We seek to fill in this gap by exploring whether and when PCB would lead to one specific family cost—namely, work interference with family (WIF). Data were collected from a sample of 311 project employees. It...
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This research presents a model of employee behaviour related to the use of procedures in safety critical industries. A key contribution is the focus on procedure-related behaviour that is enacted when employees are engaged with their work-such as when they invest personal effort into complying with procedures and voice suggestions or concerns they...
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This research examined the relationship between career adaptability and the job content plateau, focusing on the moderating roles of job tenure and job self-efficacy. In Study 1, a scenario-based experiment was conducted among working adults to test whether job tenure moderated the effect of career adaptability on the job content plateau. Results s...
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Adherence to procedures is critical to the safety and performance of maintenance tasks; however, few studies of procedure compliance among maintenance personnel have been reported. The present study evaluated a theoretical model in which management approaches to procedure compliance were linked to compliance outcomes through user perceptions of pos...
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This study explores how an environmental factor (i.e., a perceived open climate) shapes lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) employees’ job satisfaction and job anxiety through the mediating role of self-concealment. It also investigates the moderating role of self-acceptance. Results from 315 LGB employees supported that a perceived open climate for m...
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Focusing on the Chinese context, the present study took a pioneering step to examine the relationship between career decision self-efficacy (CDSE) and life satisfaction. Employing a three-dimensional CDSE model, which includes goal planning self-efficacy (GPSE), information gathering self-efficacy (IGSE) and problem solving self-efficacy (PSSE), we...
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This study examined how employee-orientated human resource management (EOHRM) is related to Chinese employees’ voice. Drawing on the trust literature, we developed and tested an integrative model that involves the mediating role of trust in management in the effect of EOHRM on voice behavior and the moderating role of employees’ moral identity in t...
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Research into the technology acceptance model (TAM) and safety performance was used to develop a model in which perceived organizational and supervisor support for safety affect employees' compliance with a risk-awareness safety procedure via cognitive-motivational mechanisms. Cross-sectional survey data were collected from 374 employees of a large...
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This study is the first to test the impact of knowledge sharing on life satisfaction. Based on social exchange theory, social capital theory, and self-determination theory, we tested a mediation pathway through which knowledge sharing affects life satisfaction via its influence on perceived quality of relationships with colleagues. Drawing on socia...
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Past research has suggested that the acceptance concern of lesbians, gays and bisexuals (LGB), defined as LGB individuals’ sensitivity to negative judgement and rejection associated with their sexuality, is negatively related to subjective wellbeing. However, the mechanism underlying this relationship remains unclear. Drawing on social exchange the...
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Based on the social construction perspective, this research aims to investigate how traditional cultural values may affect the way individuals interpret and negotiate with their minority sexual identity. Using an online survey questionnaire with a student sample of 149 Chinese lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) individuals, 2 elements of traditional...
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The inositol polyphosphate family of small, cytosolic molecules has a prominent place in the field of cell signalling, and inositol pyrophosphates are the most recent addition to this large family. First identified in 1993, they have since been found in all eukaryotic organisms studied. The defining feature of inositol pyrophosphates is the presenc...

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