Disability-inclusive HR practices; Job resources; Public service motivation; Vietnam; Well-being
Regardless of their disabilities, employees with disabilities can contribute to the performance of public organizations. Our research purpose is to investigate how and when disability-inclusive human resource (HR) practices nurture the well-being of employees with disabilities in the public sector. Participants for this study consisted of employees with disabilities from departments and wards (grassroot-level governments) under the district-level governments in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Our results revealed the relationships between disability-inclusive HR practices and the well-being of public employees with disabilities via job resources as a mediator. The results further demonstrated that the effect of job resources on employee well-being was stronger for employees low in public service motivation than for those high in public service motivation.