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Employees are considered as a core asset of an organization. The performance of the employees depends upon the level of their involvement in their jobs. Past studies have established a link between effective HR practices and employee creativity. However, still, the gaps exist in the literature in explaining how the worker's innovative behaviour can be enhanced to their full potential to exhibit innovative behavior at the workplace. Therefore, the present study aims to assess the relationship between high performance work system (HPWS), organizational embeddedness (OE) and workers' innovative behaviour (WIB). The study also assessed the indirect effect of HPWS on WIB through OE. The data collected from 335 hotel staff working in Thailand. Based on the PLS-SEM analyses that were performed by using SmartPLS 3.2.8, the present study found the empirical evidence of the significant relationship of HPWS with OE and the significant relationship of OE with WIB. The study also found the significant indirect effect of HPWS with WIB through OE. The implications and limitations of the research are provided at the end of the study.
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