Whitened Résumés: How Race and Diversity Impacts the Application Process

What do employers look for in job applications? This is an essential question for job seekers, and depending upon how an employer represents their hiring practices, it may determine how job applicants choose to represent themselves in their applications. When it comes to race and diversity, this can be an especially complex matter, especially for applicants … Continue reading Whitened Résumés: How Race and Diversity Impacts the Application Process

Don’t Let Your Best Employees Get Away

Editor's note: We are pleased to welcome Professor Wendy Marcinkus Murphy of Babson College. She and co-authors James P. Burton of Northern Illinois University, Stephanie C. Henagan of Louisiana State University, and Jon P. Briscoe of Northern Illinois University published "Employee Reactions to Job Insecurity in a Declining Economy: A Longitudinal Study of the Mediating Role … Continue reading Don’t Let Your Best Employees Get Away

Employee Job Search

Wendy R. Boswell, Ryan D. Zimmerman and Brian W. Swider, all of Texas A&M University, published "Employee Job Search: Toward an Understanding of Search Context and Search Objectives" on September 30th, 2011 in the Journal of Management's OnlineFirst collection. To view other OnlineFirst articles, please click here. The abstract: Job search behaviors occur across various … Continue reading Employee Job Search