Department of Human Resources Management

Department of Human Resources Management

 

Recent Submissions

  • Priyashantha, K.G. (EMERALD insight, 2022-11-24)
    Purpose – Disruptive technologies for human resource management (HRM) lack evidence about synthesizing its antecedents and outcomes in the empirical research landscape. This review study was conducted addressing two ...
  • Priyashantha, K.G.; De Alwis, A.C.; Welmilla, I. (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2022-08-11)
    Purpose – The disruptive human resource management (HRM) technologies are now considered a significant facilitator to change and benefit the entire HRM landscape. This view needs to be further verified by reviewing the ...
  • Priyashantha, K.G.; Dilhani, V.I. (Department of HRM, University of Kelaniya, 2022)
    The adoption of E-government has significant benefits for both citizens and governments. The objectives of this study were to (1) find out the common areas investigated in the empirical research landscape on E-government ...
  • Priyashantha, K.G.; De Alwis, A.C.; Welmilla, I. (ASE PUBLISHING HOUSE, 2022)
    Reviews on Work-Family Conflicts (WFCs) research are done to establish new knowledge and to set future research directions as the subject evolves and the gaps in existing reviews need to be filled in. The purpose of the ...
  • Priyashantha, K.G.; De Alwis, A.C.; Welmilla, I. (University of Kelaniya, 2021-11-11)
    This systematic literature review highlights the definitions, dimensions, and various outcomes associated with the changing gender stereotypes. Articles were extracted from Scopus and LENS.ORG databases published during ...
  • Priyashantha, K.G.; De Alwis, A.C.; Welmilla, I. (University of Kelaniya, 2020-11-19)
    Changing gender stereotypes has been a hot topic among researchers on gender studies since the 1970s. Researchers have considered this concept and tested it in different studies with other variables in various contexts in ...
  • Priyashantha, K.G.; Dahanayake, W.E.; Maduwanthi, M.N. (EMERALD insight, 2022-09-29)
    Purpose Research has been conducted to investigate the factors that influence career indecision. This study attempted to synthesize empirical research on career indecision to (1) find the common determinants over the ...
  • Priyashantha, K.G.; De Alwis, A.C.; Welmilla, I (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2021-11-25)
    Purpose – Even though researchers have discussed gender stereotype change, only a few studies have specifically projected outcomes or consequences. Hence, the main purpose of this study is to examine the impact of gender ...
  • Priyashantha, K.G.; De Alwis, A.C.; Welmilla, I. (Sage Journals, 2021-10-20)
    Changing gender stereotypes has been an essential topic among researchers since the 1970s. The debate on this subject continues in the 21st century. Some researchers argue that gender stereotypes have not changed, since ...
  • Maduwanthi, M. N.; Priyashantha, K.G. (Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Ruhuna, Matara, 2020)
    Career Indecision has been seen as one of the essential and focal subjects of career psychology, which has caught the consideration of numerous scientists because of its money related and mental costs (Osipow, 2009). ...
  • Madhubashini, A.J.M.U.; Priyashantha, K.G.; Isuru Chandradasa, A.H. (Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Ruhuna, Matara, 2021)
    The main motive of this research is to examine the effect of Work-Family Conflict on Turnover intention. The study of 100 telecommunication sectors (executive and nonexecutive employees) in Colombo district, Sri Lanka, ...
  • Chandradasa, A.H.I.; Priyashantha, K.G. (Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Ruhuna, Matara, 2021)
    Because of the value of Electronic Human Resource Management (E-HRM) implementation, it is important to learn the factors that will contribute to the organizational adoption of E-HRM. When it comes to the multinational ...
  • Chandradasa, A.H.I.; Priyashantha, K.G. (Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Ruhuna, Matara, 2021)
    Knowing that the importance of E-HRM application, there is a need to learn aboutwhat factors will lead to the organizational adoption of E-HRM is important tocompete with rapid changes in the technological environment. ...
  • Weerasiri, G.; Priyashantha, K.G.; Maduwanthi, M. N. (Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Ruhuna, Matara, 2020)
    Dynamic organizations in the business world are looked at with numerous pressures from their stakeholders and statutory laws to develop and maintain environmentally responsible activities to go green (Molina-Azorin et al. ...
  • Maduwanthi, M.N.; Priyashantha, K.G. (Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Ruhuna, Matara, 2018)
    One of the foremost decisions that adolescents are confronted within the transitioning period from university to job environment is making a career decision. Young adults and adolescents could experience high levels of ...
  • Goonetilleke, A.E.J.W.; Priyashantha, KG; Munasinghe, S (Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Ruhuna, Matara, 2018)
    Stress is an important factor that can affect employee performance of any organization. The employees have a tendency towards high levels of stress regarding time, working for longer hours which reduces the employees‟ ...
  • Dahanayake, W.E.; Priyashantha, K.G. (Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Ruhuna, Matara, 2020)
    Career indecision amongst university undergraduates is defined as an inability to select a university major or an occupation. Making a career decision, in fact is one of the paramount decisions that young adults are ...
  • Munasinghe, S; Goonetilleke, A.E; Priyashantha, K.G. (Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Ruhuna, Matara, 2018)
    In today‟s fast paced world, the increasing prevalence of work-life conflicts and the increasing concern about work-life issues present both challenges and opportunities for human resource professionals. Though work-life ...
  • De Silva, M.T.T.; Priyashantha, K.G. (Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, Faculty of Management and Finance University of Ruhuna, Matara, Sri Lanka, 2014)
    Existence of glass ceiling effect is not an uncommon phenomenon in modern corporate world. Male leadership styles continue to dominate modern corporate environments. However, women are better educated and hold jobs worldwide ...
  • Priyashantha, K.G. (Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Ruhuna, Matara, 2014)
    This study examines the relationships between the work life conflict and turnover intention. There are basically two relationships examined. In order to interpret those relationships effect from some other variables were ...

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