The Fair Process Effect in the Classroom

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Thomas M. Tripp of Washington State University, Lixin Jiang of the University of Auckland, Kristine Olson of Dixie State University, and Maja Graso of the University of Otago. They recently published an article in the Journal of MarketingEducation entitled "The Fair Process Effect in the Classroom: Reducing the Influence of Grades on Student … Continue reading The Fair Process Effect in the Classroom

Do Applicant Reactions to Selection Systems Matter? Let Us Count the Ways…

[We're pleased to welcome Talya Bauer of Portland State University. Talya recently published an article in Group & Organization Management with co-authors Udo Konradt, Yvonne Garbers, Martina Boge, and Berrin Erdogan, entitled "Antecedents and Consequences of Fairness Perceptions in Personnel Selection: A 3-Year Longitudinal Study"] So just what are applicant reactions and why should you … Continue reading Do Applicant Reactions to Selection Systems Matter? Let Us Count the Ways…

The Importance of Being Trustworthy

J. Bruce Gilstrap and Brian J. Collins, both of the University of Southern Mississippi, published “The Importance of Being Trustworthy: Trust as a Mediator of the Relationship Between Leader Behaviors and Employee Job Satisfaction” in the May 2012 issue of the Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies. To view other OnlineFirst articles, please click here. … Continue reading The Importance of Being Trustworthy