About the Journal

Published biannually with a rigorous double-blind review process, The Journal of Personnel Management is committed to pushing the boundaries of knowledge in human resource management, leadership, and organizational behaviour. It is a dedicated platform for researchers, practitioners, and academicians to share their original research, insights, and expertise in these pivotal areas. By fostering the exchange of ideas, the journal seeks to contribute to the existing body of knowledge and deepen our comprehension of personnel management in the ever-evolving context of contemporary organizations.

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Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023): JPM - Fall
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Welcome to the Journal of Personnel Management: Exploring HR, Leadership, and Organizational Behavior. The Journal of Personnel Management is a publication platform that is a critical repository for research, insights, and advancements in human resource management, leadership, and organizational behaviour. This journal offers scholars, practitioners, and researchers a platform to contribute their expertise and share knowledge pertaining to these vital domains.

  1. Human Resource Management: The journal delves into the complex realm of human resource management, exploring topics such as recruitment, talent acquisition, employee development, performance management, compensation and benefits, employee engagement, diversity and inclusion, and labor relations. Researchers and practitioners present their studies, theories, and best practices to enhance the understanding and effective implementation of HR strategies within organizations.
  2. Leadership: Leadership is central to the Journal of Personnel Management. The journal explores various dimensions of leadership, encompassing styles, behaviours, transformational leadership, transactional leadership, charismatic leadership, and ethical leadership. It delves into the impact of leadership on organizational culture, employee motivation, decision-making processes, and overall organizational effectiveness.
  3. Organizational Behavior: Understanding the dynamics of individuals and groups within organizations is vital for effective management. The journal covers various organizational behaviour topics, including motivation, communication, team dynamics, conflict resolution, organizational culture, change management, employee well-being, and workplace ethics. The research presented helps comprehend human behaviour within the organizational context and informs strategies for improved productivity and employee satisfaction.

Objectives of the Journals


  1. Advancing Knowledge and Research: The primary aim of the Journal of Personnel Management is to foster the advancement of knowledge in the fields of human resource management, leadership, and organizational behaviour. It aims to promote theoretical and empirical research that enhances our understanding of personnel management practices and their impact on organizations and individuals. We encourage submissions that employ diverse methodologies, theoretical frameworks, and interdisciplinary approaches to address current and emerging challenges in personnel management.
  2. Innovations in Human Resource Management: This journal is committed to showcasing innovative practices, models, and strategies in HRM. We emphasize research that explores contemporary HRM issues such as talent acquisition, employee development, performance management, diversity and inclusion, employee well-being, and strategic human resource planning.
  3. Leadership: The journal strives to publish innovative and cutting-edge research that explores emerging trends, challenges, and opportunities in leadership. It encourages interdisciplinary approaches and novel methodologies to address complex issues in the modern workplace.
  4. Understanding Organizational Behavior: The journal is dedicated to unraveling the intricacies of organizational behavior, including employee attitudes, motivation, job satisfaction, leadership dynamics, team dynamics, organizational culture, and change management. We encourage research that sheds light on how individuals, teams, and structures interact within the organizational context.
  5. Practical Implications and Applications: We aim to bridge the gap between theory and practice by publishing research that has practical implications for HR practitioners, organizational leaders, policymakers, and consultants. Articles should provide actionable insights and recommendations to inform decision-making and enhance organizational effectiveness.
  6. Cross-Cultural Perspectives: The journal welcomes research that explores HRM and organizational behavior in diverse cultural and global contexts. Understanding how cultural differences influence HRM practices and organizational dynamics is crucial in an increasingly interconnected and diverse world.
  7. Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Approach: We encourage collaboration and interdisciplinary research that integrates insights from related fields such as psychology, sociology, management, economics, and other social sciences. Cross-disciplinary contributions enrich our understanding of personnel management in complex organizational settings.
  8. Professional Development and Education: The journal is committed to nurturing the professional development of scholars, educators, and practitioners in the HRM and OB domains. The Journal of Personnel Management aims to serve as a valuable educational resource for students, educators, and professionals. It provides a platform for disseminating knowledge and expertise, facilitating continuous learning and growth within personnel management, leadership and organizational behavior.


The Journal of Personnel Management covers a wide range of topics related to human resource management, leadership, and organizational behavior, including but not limited to:

  1. Human Resource Management (HRM)
  • Recruitment and selection
  • Training and development
  • Performance management
  • Compensation and benefits
  • Employee engagement
  • Talent management
  1. Leadership
  • Leadership styles and theories
  • Leadership development
  • Transformational and transactional leadership
  • Ethical and inclusive leadership
  • Leadership in diverse and multicultural contexts
  1. Organizational Behavior
  • Employee motivation and job satisfaction
  • Organizational culture and climate
  • Employee well-being and work-life balance
  • Team dynamics and collaboration
  • Change management and organizational development
  • Workplace diversity and inclusion

The Journal of Personnel Management welcomes original research articles, reviews, case studies, and theoretical papers that contribute to a deeper understanding of personnel management, leadership, and organizational behaviour in academic and practical contexts.