When Employees Feel Betrayed: The Mediating Role of Psychological Contract Violation on Nepotism and Workplace Commitment in the Hotel Industry

"When employees feel betrayed: The mediating role of psychological contract violation on nepotism and workplace commitment in the hotel industry" has just been published in the International Journal of Hospitality Management, an A*-ranked journal by Elsevier.

Using a two-wave (time lag) survey, Dr Shalini Srivastava, Ajay K. Jain, Dr. Nishtha Malik, Sahil Gupta, and Prof. Lim Weng Marc demonstrate the harmful effects of nepotism on the affective (psychological commitment) and behavioural (turnover intention) forms of workplace commitment, reasoning with evidence that such harmful effects happen due to the violation of psychological contract between employers and employees for fair and just workplace practices (hiring, promotion, remuneration, and rewards based on merit and performance).

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