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Differences In Men And Women's Response To Availability Pressures: A Structured Equation Model Ono The Influence Of Perceived Availability Pressures On Employees' Boundary Control, Enacted Boundary Management Strategy And Work-Home Conflict, Pascale Peters, Rob Blomme, Daantje Derks, Anne van Heertum 2018 Purdue University

Differences In Men And Women's Response To Availability Pressures: A Structured Equation Model Ono The Influence Of Perceived Availability Pressures On Employees' Boundary Control, Enacted Boundary Management Strategy And Work-Home Conflict, Pascale Peters, Rob Blomme, Daantje Derks, Anne Van Heertum

Leadership Excellence and Gender in Organizations

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Family-Supportive Supervisory Behaviors: Does Gender Matter?, Sue Epstein 2018 Purdue University

Family-Supportive Supervisory Behaviors: Does Gender Matter?, Sue Epstein

Leadership Excellence and Gender in Organizations

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An Examination Of The Relationship Between Perceived Organizational Support For Family Flexibility, Supervisor Support For Family Flexibility, And The Use Of Family Friendly Benefits, Ellen Smith, Margaret S. Stockdale 2018 Purdue University

An Examination Of The Relationship Between Perceived Organizational Support For Family Flexibility, Supervisor Support For Family Flexibility, And The Use Of Family Friendly Benefits, Ellen Smith, Margaret S. Stockdale

Leadership Excellence and Gender in Organizations

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Managing The Negative Effects Of Parenting In Academia: Gender, Institutional Policies, And Collegial Support, Amy C. Moors, Abigail J. Stewart, Janet E. Malley 2018 Purdue University

Managing The Negative Effects Of Parenting In Academia: Gender, Institutional Policies, And Collegial Support, Amy C. Moors, Abigail J. Stewart, Janet E. Malley

Leadership Excellence and Gender in Organizations

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Post-Maternity Leave Work Re-Entry: A Couples Perspective, Laura M. Little, Courtney Masterson 2018 Purdue University

Post-Maternity Leave Work Re-Entry: A Couples Perspective, Laura M. Little, Courtney Masterson

Leadership Excellence and Gender in Organizations

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Evaluation Of Workplace Lactation Support Among Pennsylvania, Colleen Payton MPH,CHES, Martha Romney RN,MS,JD,MPH, Beth Olson, Dian J. Abatemarco, Marianna LaNoue, Amy Leader 2018 Thomas Jefferson University

Evaluation Of Workplace Lactation Support Among Pennsylvania, Colleen Payton Mph,Ches, Martha Romney Rn,Ms,Jd,Mph, Beth Olson, Dian J. Abatemarco, Marianna Lanoue, Amy Leader

Leadership Excellence and Gender in Organizations

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The Unintended Consequneces Of Maternity Leaves: How Agency Innterventions Mitigate The Negative Effects Of Longer Maternity Leaves, Ivona Hideg, Anja Krstic, Raymond N. C. Trau Dr, Tanya Zarina 2018 RMIT University

The Unintended Consequneces Of Maternity Leaves: How Agency Innterventions Mitigate The Negative Effects Of Longer Maternity Leaves, Ivona Hideg, Anja Krstic, Raymond N. C. Trau Dr, Tanya Zarina

Leadership Excellence and Gender in Organizations

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Pushed Out Or Opting Out? Integrating Perspectives On Gender Difference In Withdrawal Attitudes During Pregnancy, Samantha C. Paustian-Underdahl, Asia Eaton, Ashley Manderville, Laura Little 2018 Department of Psychology, Florida International University

Pushed Out Or Opting Out? Integrating Perspectives On Gender Difference In Withdrawal Attitudes During Pregnancy, Samantha C. Paustian-Underdahl, Asia Eaton, Ashley Manderville, Laura Little

Leadership Excellence and Gender in Organizations

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Preparing Leaders For Industry: The Role Of Graduate Education And Early Career Training In The Career Trajectories Of Female Stem Phds, Joyce B. Main, Yanbing Wang 2018 Purdue University

Preparing Leaders For Industry: The Role Of Graduate Education And Early Career Training In The Career Trajectories Of Female Stem Phds, Joyce B. Main, Yanbing Wang

Leadership Excellence and Gender in Organizations

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Workplace Incivility Against Women In Stem: Insights And Best Practices, Mahima Saxena 2018 Purdue University

Workplace Incivility Against Women In Stem: Insights And Best Practices, Mahima Saxena

Leadership Excellence and Gender in Organizations

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Role Of Sourcing Practices In Improving Gender Equality In The It Industry, Nikita Atal, Gemma Berenguer, Sameer Borwankar 2018 Purdue University

Role Of Sourcing Practices In Improving Gender Equality In The It Industry, Nikita Atal, Gemma Berenguer, Sameer Borwankar

Leadership Excellence and Gender in Organizations

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“I’M With Her”: Endorsing White Women As Allies To Signal Identity-Safety Among Black Women, India R. Johnson, Evava S. Pietri 2018 Purdue University

“I’M With Her”: Endorsing White Women As Allies To Signal Identity-Safety Among Black Women, India R. Johnson, Evava S. Pietri

Leadership Excellence and Gender in Organizations

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"Flaw-Backs:" Executive Compensation Clawbacks And Their Costly Flaw, Connor Douglas Maag 2018 Pepperdine University

"Flaw-Backs:" Executive Compensation Clawbacks And Their Costly Flaw, Connor Douglas Maag

The Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship & the Law

Saving money should not be expensive. Compensation “clawbacks” are a legal mechanism for companies to reclaim employee compensation, but the legislative framework is complex and disorganized. There are four primary federal claw-back provisions: Sarbanes-Oxley § 304, Dodd-Frank § 954, 12 U.S.C.A. § 5221(TARP), and Dodd-Frank § 956—as well as voluntary contractual clawback policies. This comment untangles the web of clawback legislation by overlaying each clawback mechanism to extract a single, clear, and concise description of executive compensation clawbacks, called the “Comprehensive Clawback Coverage.” The Comprehensive Clawback Coverage reveals a major flaw in the legal and regulatory framework: clawbacks increase ...


No More “Magic Aprons”: Longitudinal Assessment And Continuous Improvement Of Customer Service At The University Of North Dakota Libraries, Karlene T. Clark, Stephanie R. Walker 2018 University of North Dakota

No More “Magic Aprons”: Longitudinal Assessment And Continuous Improvement Of Customer Service At The University Of North Dakota Libraries, Karlene T. Clark, Stephanie R. Walker

Librarian Publications

The University of North Dakota (UND) Libraries have developed a multi-award winning Customer Service Program (CSP) involving longitudinal assessment and continuous improvement. The CSP consists of iterative training modules; constant reinforcement of Customer Service Principles with multiple communication strategies and tools, and incentives that boost morale and foster not only compliance, but initiative-taking and innovation. The CSP became a widely adopted part of campus-wide assessment, beyond the libraries. Subsequent presentations at conferences led to multiple requests and implementation at other libraries.


Examining The Relationships Between Employee Engagement, Job Satisfaction, Job Burnout, And Turnover Intention Of Student Services Employees In Higher Education, Susan Grove 2018 University of Texas at Tyler

Examining The Relationships Between Employee Engagement, Job Satisfaction, Job Burnout, And Turnover Intention Of Student Services Employees In Higher Education, Susan Grove

Human Resource Development Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between engagement, job satisfaction, job burnout, and turnover intention as provided by higher education student services employees. This study addressed the gap in the literature: the lack of information regarding the experiences, attitudes, and perceptions of student services employees and examined the relationships among employee engagement, job satisfaction, job burnout, turnover intention by analyzing the responses received from members of the electronically mailed (e-mail) survey that contains a combination of three main survey instruments to review employee engagement, job burnout, job satisfaction, and turnover intention.

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Testing The Structural Invariance Of Affective Commitment On Unethical Pro-Organizational Behavior Across Clan And Hierarchy Organizational Culture Types, Julia A. Fulmore 2018 University of Texas at Tyler

Testing The Structural Invariance Of Affective Commitment On Unethical Pro-Organizational Behavior Across Clan And Hierarchy Organizational Culture Types, Julia A. Fulmore

Human Resource Development Theses and Dissertations

Unethical pro-organizational behavior (UPB) is concerned with employees’ engagement in unethical conduct for the benefit of the organization that is immoral and/or illegal. Research findings on motivators of UPB show some contradictory findings that need to be resolved. Considering the empirical findings that clan culture discourages unethical behavior while hierarchy culture encourages unethical behavior along with the contradicting empirical findings between affective commitment and UPB based on samples with different cultures, this study sought to empirically assess the contradictory findings in the literature by testing the structural invariance of affective organizational commitment on UPB based on the two organizational ...


Project Renew Worcester, Danni Yue, Amy Zhang, Jing Han, Omid Ashrafi, Yiming Xu 2018 Clark University

Project Renew Worcester, Danni Yue, Amy Zhang, Jing Han, Omid Ashrafi, Yiming Xu

School of Professional Studies

n The client for this capstone project is RENEW Worcester which is a fledgling solar power project whose main goals are to bring renewable energy in the form of solar power into local, primarily low-income communities and are committed to the mission of making the transition off of fossil fuels to clean, renewable power. Based in Worcester, Massachusetts, they are a local chapter of Co-op Power which is a consumer-owned sustainable energy cooperative (co-op) made up of numerous different local chapters all over the New England area as well as the state of New York. The problem that we will ...


Employment Interview Screening: Time To Face The Ink, Paul Antonellis Jr, Rachel Silsbee 2018 Merrimack College

Employment Interview Screening: Time To Face The Ink, Paul Antonellis Jr, Rachel Silsbee

Organization Studies and Analytics Faculty Publications

This article focuses on the impact that face and/or neck tattoos may have on the employment screening process. With some estimates placing the number of possible candidates with tattoos as high as 28%, and the increase in social acceptance of tattoos, reveals that this research may play a significant role for the employer and the candidate during the employment screening process. Tattoos today can be found on men and women, with no limits on professional status and the tattoo designs can hold profound meaning to the wearer. This qualitative study analyzed data from 243 participants. The data was broken ...


Social Movements And Hr: The Impact Of #Metoo, David Boyle, Amanda Cucchiara 2018 Cornell University

Social Movements And Hr: The Impact Of #Metoo, David Boyle, Amanda Cucchiara

CAHRS White Papers

[Excerpt] Considering the increased societal attention given to sexual harassment and assault, and the wide range of reactions to #MeToo, we wanted to know how companies are reacting, whether they are changing their policies and practices, and whether the societal movement is impacting company culture. The highlights of our study show opportunities in culture, leadership, policy and reporting formulation, and training practices. During our study, we also found innovative practices that could be replicated across companies. Lastly, we have included a self-assessment tool to measure progress in addressing sexual harassment and assault within an organization


The Temporal Pattern Of Creativity And Implementation In Teams, Kathrin ROSING, Ronald BLEDOW, Michael FRESE, Nataliya BAYTALSKAYA, Johanna Johnson LASCANO, James L. FARR 2018 Singapore Management University

The Temporal Pattern Of Creativity And Implementation In Teams, Kathrin Rosing, Ronald Bledow, Michael Frese, Nataliya Baytalskaya, Johanna Johnson Lascano, James L. Farr

Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business

Two broad sets of activities underlie team innovation: the creation and the implementation of new ideas. Despite the prevalence of this distinction, the temporal dynamics of creativity and implementation in teams and their relation to successful team innovation are not well understood. Building on and integrating linear phase models and complexity perspectives on the innovation process, we propose a temporal pattern of creativity and implementation that is linked to team innovation. We examine this temporal pattern in a longitudinal study of 76 project teams. Results show that teams engage in creativity throughout the entire life cycle of team projects; however ...


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