Role of Referrers in Hiring

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Jenna R. Pieper of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Charlie O. Trevor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ingo Weller of LMU Munich, and Dennis Duchon of University of Nebraska-Lincoln . They recently published an article in the Journal of Management entitled “Referral Hire Presence Implications for Referrer Turnover and Job Performance," which … Continue reading Role of Referrers in Hiring

Understanding the Differential Effects of Anxiety and Anger

[We’re pleased to welcome authors, Laurie J. Barclay of Wilfrid Laurier University, and Tina Kiefer of the University of Warwick. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management entitled “In the Aftermath of Unfair Events: Understanding the Differential Effects of Anxiety and Anger," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, … Continue reading Understanding the Differential Effects of Anxiety and Anger

Interactions Between Justice Levels and Trajectories Predicting Behavioral Reciprocity

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Alex Rubenstein of the University of Memphis, David G. Allen of Texas Christian University, and Frank A. Bosco of the Virginia Commonwealth University. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management entitled “What’s Past (and Present) Is Prologue: Interactions Between Justice Levels and Trajectories Predicting Behavioral Reciprocity," which is … Continue reading Interactions Between Justice Levels and Trajectories Predicting Behavioral Reciprocity

Holocaust Education and Its Effect on UNESCO Policy Guides

Holocaust education- working towards cultivating global citizenship, promoting human rights, and developing a culture of peace and prevention of genocide The Holocaust as a topic of study is present to varying degrees in a substantial number of countries, notably European, as well as countries where victims of the Holocaust have sought refuge and others not … Continue reading Holocaust Education and Its Effect on UNESCO Policy Guides

How Does a Management-to-Worker Wage Gap Impact Employee Performance?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZA37ASgvXSE The wage gap between the highest and lowest levels of an organization can serve as incentive for employees to work toward promotion, but does this motivation last in the long term? A new paper published in Journal of Management, entitled "Minding the Gap: Antecedents and Consequences of Top Management-to-Worker Pay Dispersion" from authors Brian L. Connelly, … Continue reading How Does a Management-to-Worker Wage Gap Impact Employee Performance?

Fair Enough: How Managers Can Establish a Fair Identity

[We're pleased to welcome Terri Scandura of University of Miami, who co-authored an article in Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies entitled "Getting to 'Fair': Justice Interactions as Identity Negotiation" with Cecily Cooper of University of Miami.] Fairness is a necessary condition for effective leadership (Scandura, 1999). But how does a manager negotiate a fair … Continue reading Fair Enough: How Managers Can Establish a Fair Identity

Are Authentic Leadership and Fairness Connected?

[We're pleased to welcome Christa Kiersch of University of Wisconsin–La Crosse. Dr. Kiersch recently collaborated with Zinta S. Byrne of Colorado State University on their article from Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies entitled "Is Being Authentic Being Fair? Multilevel Examination of Authentic Leadership, Justice, and Employee Outcomes."] Like many interested in leadership and organizational … Continue reading Are Authentic Leadership and Fairness Connected?

Book Review: Steven Raphael: The New Scarlet Letter? Negotiating the U.S. Labor Market with a Criminal Record

The New Scarlet Letter? Negotiating the U.S. Labor Market with a Criminal Record. By Steven Raphael. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute Press, 2014. 107 pp. ISBN 978-0-880994798, $14.99 (Paperback). Shawn Bushway and Megan Denver of University at Albany, State University of New York recently reviewed the book by Steven Raphael in the August issue of … Continue reading Book Review: Steven Raphael: The New Scarlet Letter? Negotiating the U.S. Labor Market with a Criminal Record

Can Undocumented Immigrants Be Protected From Wage Theft?

A study done by Pew Hispanic Center found that undocumented immigrants living in the United States earned a median household income of $36,000, $14,000 less than their legal and native-born counterparts, despite the fact that many households had more working members. These workers are also more susceptible to situations where employment laws aren't followed, as … Continue reading Can Undocumented Immigrants Be Protected From Wage Theft?

Announcing the Winners of the Journal of Management 2014 Best Paper Award!

We’re pleased to congratulate Richard A. Posthuma of the University of El Paso and Michael A. Campion of Purdue University, who are this year’s winner of the Journal of Management 2014 Best Paper Award! Their paper, “Age Stereotypes in the Workplace: Common Stereotypes, Moderators, and Future Research Directions” appeared in the January 2009 issue of … Continue reading Announcing the Winners of the Journal of Management 2014 Best Paper Award!