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Social Capital, Social Liabilities, and Social Resources Management

  • Daniel J. Brass
  • Giuseppe Labianca

Abstract

This chapter explores the role of social capital in human resources management. We suggest that the recent interest in social capital has neglected the possibility that social networks may contain negative ties, and that attention to these social liabilities may provide additional insights into relationships and social networks in organizations. Research focusing on the antecedents and consequences of social networks in organizations is reviewed. We consider the effects of social capital and social liabilities on’ social’ resources management outcomes such as recruitment, selection, socialization, training, performance, career development, turnover, job satisfaction, power, and conflict.

Keywords

Social Capital Negative Relationship Human Resource Management Human Resource Practice Intergroup Conflict 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1999

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  • Daniel J. Brass
  • Giuseppe Labianca

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