Journal of Organization and Human Behaviour




Journal of Organization and Human Behaviour

Publisher: Publishing India Group
Editor: Dr. Parul Rishi
Online ISSN: , Print ISSN: 2277-3274
Frequency: Quarterly

Description:

Journal of Organisations and Human Behaviour (JOHB) is a multi disciplinary journal which publishes articles in fields of interest to people who research, teach and apply organisational studies from a human behavioural perspective. The journal brings together researchers and practitioners, both within and outside India, who are in the areas of organization management, change and development, and Human behaviour. This journal covers all private, public and not-for-profit organizations’ conceptual organisational framework in relation to human behaviour. It publishes three sections of articles in each issue. The first section focuses on original, empirical research based papers .The second section stresses upon conceptual /theoretical articles and research reviews about multiple disciplines linking organisations with human aspects of behaviour. The third section includes articles about the applications of organisations and human behaviour analysis in organisational/institutional settings and that have corporate managers/CEOs as an intended audience.

Table of Contents

Vol 11, No 1 (2022)

Articles

Understanding Organisational Commitment and Organisational Citizenship Behaviour in Context of Work From Home Virtual Leadership During Covid-19 - Pandemic in India
Ashutosh Verma
 Vol 11, No 1 (2022), Pagination: 1-10
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Determinants of Happiness in India: Time Series Ordered Probit Estimation of Subjective Well-being
T. Lakshmanasamy
 Vol 11, No 1 (2022), Pagination: 11-20
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A Systematic Study to Investigate Stress and Stress-coping Strategies Among Nurses in India
Shivani Sharma, Parul Saxena
 Vol 11, No 1 (2022), Pagination: 21-31
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Role Conflict in Single- and Dual-earner Couples and Its Relationship With Gender Ideology and Gender Role Swapping
Neha Saxena, Ankit Saxena
 Vol 11, No 1 (2022), Pagination: 32-39
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Organisational Csr Practices: a Strategic Lever Towards Harnessing Higher Employee Engagement
Partha Sarathi Basu
 Vol 11, No 1 (2022), Pagination: 40-49
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