Staff Psychological Contract Innovates Human Resource Management


This paper mainly studies on the relationships between the contents of staff psychological contract, job satisfaction level and occupation satisfaction level by surveying, combining research methods of literature, academic and empirical research. The research results have important reference value on human resource management innovation. New suggestions were also put forward, which are relative with recruitment, measure of psychological contract, culture construction and targeted incentives to staff of different attributes.

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LIU, X. and WEI, X. (2009) Staff Psychological Contract Innovates Human Resource Management. iBusiness, 1, 28-33. doi: 10.4236/ib.2009.11005.

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