Employment After Retirement?

We’re pleased to welcome authors Sherry E. Sullivan of Bowling Green State University and Akram Al Ariss of Toulouse Business School. They  recently published an article in the Journal of Management entitled "Employment After Retirement: A Review and Framework for Future Research," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they briefly discuss their … Continue reading Employment After Retirement?

Are Public Sector Employees Less Likely to Change Sectors?

[We're pleased to welcome author Jaclyn Piatak of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Piatak recently published a paper in Public Personnel Management entitled, "Sector Switching in Good Times and in Bad: Are Public Sector Employees Less Likely to Change Sectors?," which is free to read for a limited time. Below, Piatak reflects on … Continue reading Are Public Sector Employees Less Likely to Change Sectors?

Are We Teaching What Employers Want?

[We're pleased to welcome author Ellen McArthur of Griffith University, who recently published an article in the Journal of Marketing Education entitled, "The Employers’ View of “Work-Ready” Graduates: A Study of Advertisements for Marketing Jobs in Australia." The article is co-authored by Krzysztof Kubacki, Bo Pang, and Celeste Alcaraz, also of Griffith University. Below, McArthur discusses … Continue reading Are We Teaching What Employers Want?

When, and How, Should Firms Educate Their Customers?

[We’re pleased to welcome author Simon Bell of the University of Melbourne, Australia. Bell recently published an article in the Journal of Service Research entitled “Unraveling the Customer Education Paradox: When, and How, Should Firms Educate Their Customers?,” co-authored by Seigyoung Auh and Andreas B. Eisingerich. From Bell:] What inspired you to be interested in this topic? We … Continue reading When, and How, Should Firms Educate Their Customers?

How Great Leadership Communication Yields Positive Job Satisfaction Scores

[We're pleased to welcome authors Julian Erben of the University of Koblenz-Landau and Frank Schneider of the University of Mannheim. Erben and Schneider recently published an article in the International Journal of Business Communication entitled "In the Ear of the Beholder: Self-Other Agreement in Leadership Communication and Its Relationship With Subordinates’ Job Satisfaction," co-authored by … Continue reading How Great Leadership Communication Yields Positive Job Satisfaction Scores

Do Employers Forgive Applicants’ Bad Spelling in Resumes?

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Christelle Martin-Lacroux of the University of Grenoble and Alain Lacroux of the University of Toulon. They recently published an article in Business and Professional Communication Quarterly entitled “Do Employers Forgive Applicants' Bad Spelling in Resumes?,"which is currently free to read through BCQ. From Martin-Lacroux and Lacroux:] It is now well established that students’ spelling … Continue reading Do Employers Forgive Applicants’ Bad Spelling in Resumes?

Organizational Demands on Productivity, Innovations, and Safety

[We’re pleased to welcome author Marianne Törner of the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. She recently published an article in the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science entitled "Coping With Paradoxical Demands Through an Organizational Climate of Perceived Organizational Support: An Empirical Study Among Workers in Construction and Mining Industry" co-authored by Anders Pousette, Pernilla Larsman, and Sven Hemlin. From Törner:] … Continue reading Organizational Demands on Productivity, Innovations, and Safety

The Normalization of Corruption and Wells Fargo’s 2 Million False Accounts

[We’re pleased to welcome J.S. Nelson, Senior Fellow at the Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research at Wharton, and an Advisor in the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Nelson recently published an article in the Journal of Management Inquiry entitled "The Normalization of Corruption." From Nelson:] My paper in the … Continue reading The Normalization of Corruption and Wells Fargo’s 2 Million False Accounts

Shifting the Blame: Mistakes As Learning Opportunities for Employees

Although making mistakes is a part of the human experience, mistakes can be embarrassing, sometimes leading individuals to cover up and keep errors secret. This behavior likely has its origin in our socialization. Errors can be perceived by others to be a lack of competency, and making mistakes can lead one to have a negative … Continue reading Shifting the Blame: Mistakes As Learning Opportunities for Employees

ILR Review Special Issue: Work and Employment Relations in Health Care

The August special issue of ILR Review is now available and open to access for the next 30 days! Included in the special issue on Work and Employment Relations in Health Care are papers that discuss the relationship between nurse unions and patient outcomes, the effect of electronic health record adoption on physician productivity, and the impact nurse … Continue reading ILR Review Special Issue: Work and Employment Relations in Health Care