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Pascal Paillé, Full professor
Pascal Paillé, Full professor
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The impact of human resource management on environmental performance: An employee-level study
P Paillé, Y Chen, O Boiral, J Jin
Journal of Business ethics 121, 451-466, 2014
9932014
Green human resource management practices: scale development and validity
G Tang, Y Chen, Y Jiang, P Paillé, J Jia
Asia pacific journal of human resources 56 (1), 31-55, 2018
8352018
Organizational citizenship behaviour for the environment: Measurement and validation
O Boiral, P Paillé
Journal of business ethics 109, 431-445, 2012
6512012
Pro-environmental behaviors through the lens of the theory of planned behavior: A scoping review
A Yuriev, M Dahmen, P Paillé, O Boiral, L Guillaumie
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 155, 104660, 2020
5542020
Linking corporate policy and supervisory support with environmental citizenship behaviors: The role of employee environmental beliefs and commitment
N Raineri, P Paillé
Journal of Business Ethics 137, 129-148, 2016
4072016
Linking market orientation and environmental performance: The influence of environmental strategy, employee’s environmental involvement, and environmental product quality
Y Chen, G Tang, J Jin, J Li, P Paillé
Journal of Business Ethics 127, 479-500, 2015
3882015
Pro-environmental behavior at work: Construct validity and determinants
P Paillé, O Boiral
Journal of Environmental Psychology 36, 118-128, 2013
3642013
Linking environmental management practices and organizational citizenship behaviour for the environment: a social exchange perspective
P Paillé, O Boiral, Y Chen
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (18), 3552-3575, 2013
3162013
Leading by example: A model of organizational citizenship behavior for the environment
O Boiral, D Talbot, P Paillé
Business Strategy and the Environment 24 (6), 532-550, 2015
2792015
Overcoming the barriers to pro-environmental behaviors in the workplace: A systematic review
A Yuriev, O Boiral, V Francoeur, P Paillé
Journal of Cleaner Production 182, 379-394, 2018
2562018
Support, trust, satisfaction, intent to leave and citizenship at organizational level: A social exchange approach
P Paillé, L Bourdeau, I Galois
International Journal of Organizational Analysis 18 (1), 41-58, 2010
2512010
Stressful work, citizenship behaviour and intention to leave the organization in a high turnover environment: examining the mediating role of job satisfaction
P Paillé
Journal of Management Research 3 (1), 1-14, 2011
1932011
Antecedents of pro-environmental behaviours at work: The moderating influence of psychological contract breach
P Paillé, JH Mejía-Morelos
Journal of Environmental Psychology 38, 124-131, 2014
1922014
Leveraging green human resource practices to achieve environmental sustainability
P Paillé, P Valéau, DW Renwick
Journal of Cleaner Production 260, 121137, 2020
1812020
Linking perceived corporate environmental policies and employees eco-initiatives: The influence of perceived organizational support and psychological contract breach
P Paillé, N Raineri
Journal of Business Research 68 (11), 2404-2411, 2015
1792015
Corporate greening, exchange process among co-workers, and ethics of care: An empirical study on the determinants of pro-environmental behaviors at coworkers-level
P Paillé, JH Mejía-Morelos, A Marché-Paillé, CC Chen, Y Chen
Journal of Business Ethics 136, 655-673, 2016
1642016
Organizational citizenship behaviour and employee retention: how important are turnover cognitions?
P Paillé
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (4), 768-790, 2013
1592013
The measurement of green workplace behaviors: A systematic review
V Francoeur, P Paillé, A Yuriev, O Boiral
Organization & Environment 34 (1), 18-42, 2021
1432021
Green recruitment and selection: an insight into green patterns
P Paillé
International journal of manpower 41 (3), 258-272, 2019
1252019
The nature of employees’ pro-environmental behaviors
O Boiral, P Paillé, N Raineri
The psychology of green organizations, 12-32, 2015
1072015
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