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The School of Human Resource Management (SHRM) at York University is Canada's leader in HRM education.

SHRM houses the single largest group of scholars of any Canadian university dedicated to the study of work, and all that it entails. Our cutting-edge research, undertaken within the range of methodological, ontological, and epistemological perspectives, addresses real-world problems and significant intellectual debates.

Expertise of our faculty members ranges all areas of HRM specialization, including but not limited to: career management, compensation, critical management studies, labour and employment law, gender and diversity, global HRM, industrial relations, recruitment and selection, labour economics and statistics, strategic HRM, training and development, and work-nonwork issues.

Over the past five years, our faculty members held SSHRC grants totaling over one million Canadian dollars and have published dozens of books and leading research papers in many of the world's top peer-reviewed academic journals.

SHRM delivers unique and innovative programs at the Undergraduate, Masters and Doctoral levels

HR Edge Launch

Thank you to Dr. Amanda Shantz and Glain Roberts-McCabe for their insightful and thought-provoking presentations at the HR Edge Launch. We appreciate the effort everyone made to celebrate with us.

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Student Research Projects

Students enrolled in Research Methods 4420 undertook large-scale quantitative research projects in teams this semester. Teams generated interesting HRM/OB research questions, collected and analyzed survey data, and presented their work to one another via an in-class poster presentations.

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SHRM Teaching Awards

The 2013 SHRM Teaching Awards were handed to three of our fine faculty for their teaching excellence. Learn more about their teaching philosophies and what these awards mean to them.

julia richardson
Julia Richardson
Tenured Category
amanda shantz
Amanda Shantz
Tenure Track Category
Indira Somwaru
Indira Somwaur
Sessional/Contract Category

 
 
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2014/ 2015 Speaker Series.

  • The Master of Human Resources Alumni Association is committed to fostering a community where alumni can jointly pursue mutually shared interests and issues, thereby facilitating the professional and personal development of all graduates of the MHRM program at York University.

    Please join us for our first event of the 2014/ 2015 Speaker Series.

    We are please to have Professor Gary Latham who is the Secretary of State Professor of Organizational Effectiveness at the Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, and a past president of the Canadian Psychological Association. present at the November 13, 2014 event.

    Gary's latest book is entitled, Becoming the Evidence Based Manager (Davies Black). He speaks regularly on the topics of leadership, motivation, embracing change, performance management and the selection of "winners"

    Date: Thursday, November 13, 2014
    Time: 6:00 pm
    Location: 109 Atkinson College - Harry Crowe Room
  • Media Guru vists SHRM Classroom

  • Professor Jelena Zikic goes international with her research on the impact of non-recognition of foreign credentials on professional identity:
    In Radio Canada International  |   New Canadian Media | VESTIonline

  • Professor Julia Richardson wins Careers Division Best Reviewer Award at the 2014 Academy of Management Conference held in Philadelphia (PA, USA); steps down as Chair of the Careers Division after serving five years on the Executive Committee.

  • Sabrina Deutsch Salamon: Mitacs-Accelerate Internship Program $15,000 (2014) for a project titled "Fostering Trust in Health Care Teams," exploring team characteristics and processes that support the development of trust within inter-professional health care teams.

  • Professor Jelena Zikic is presenting her recent work on Immigrant Professional Identity this Thursday Sept. 18th 2pm to 4pm as part of the CERIS public event panel. Attending and more details.
  • Professor Zikic will also be presenting to a practitioner audience of the Strategic Capability Network (SCN) on Oct. 16th from 7:30am to 9:30am at The National Club in Toronto, addressing the topic of: Jobs Without People - People without Jobs

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Textbooks

  • Connelly, C.E., Gallagher, D.G., & Wilkin, C.L. (2014). The potential "spillover" of temporary agency work. In B. Koene, N. Galais, & C. Garsten (Eds.), Management and Organization of Temporary Agency Work. Routledge.
  • Karakowsky, L. & Guriel, N. (2014). The Context of Business: Understanding the Canadian Business Environment (First edition). Pearson/Prentice Hall: Toronto, Canada.
  • Belcourt, M., Singh, P., Bohlander, G., & Snell, S. (2013). Managing Human Resources. Canadian Edition (7th ed.). Nelson Education: Toronto, ON. Publisher
  • Stewart, E., Belcourt, M., Fitzgerald, C., Bohlander, G., & Snell, S. (2013). Essentials of Managing Human Resources. (5th ed.). Nelson Education: Toronto, ON. Publisher

Edited Books

  • Kelliher, C. & Richardson, J. (Eds.) (2011). New ways of organizing work: Developments, perspectives and experiences. Routledge. Publisher

Book Chapters

  • Manroop, L. & Richardson, J. (2013). Using social media for job search: Evidence from Generation Y job seekers. In Bondarouk, T. & Olivas-Lujan, M. (Eds.). Social Media and Management (pp. 167-180). Advanced Series in Management, Emerald Publishing.
  • Richardson, J., McKenna, S., & Dickie, C. (2014). 'They always look at you a bit oddly': Women developing capital through international mobility in the mining industry. In Hutchings, K. & Snejina, M. (Eds.), Women in International Management (pp. 366-394). Edward Elgar.
  • Richardson, J., McKenna, S., Dickie, C., & *deGama, N. (2013). The organizational self-initiated expatriate: A case study of a professional services firm. In Vaiman, V. & Haslberger, A. (Eds.). Talent Management of Self-Initiated Expatriates (pp. 59-87). Palgrave-Macmillan.
  • Rubino, C., Wilkin, C.L., & Malka, A. (2013). Under pressure: Examining the mediating role of discrete emotions between job characteristics and well-being. In P.L. Perrewé, J. Halbesleben and C.C. Rosen (eds.), The Role of Emotion and Emotion Regulation in Job Stress and Wellbeing. Research in Occupational Stress and Well Being: Emerald.
  • Doorey, D. (2012). International Business and Globalization. In P. Kissick (Ed.), Aspects of Business Ethics: Concepts, Cases, and Canadian Perspectives. Emond Montgomery. Review
  • Fairlie, P. (2013). Meaningful work is healthy work. In R. J. Burke & C. L. Cooper (Eds.), The fulfilling workplace: The organization's role in achieving individual and organizational health (pp. 187-205). Surrey, England: Gower Publishing. Publisher
  • Fairlie, P. (2013). Age and generational differences in work psychology: Facts, fictions, and meaningful work. In J. Field, R. J. Burke, & C. L. Cooper (eds.), Aging, work, and society (pp. 186-208). London: Sage Publications. Publisher
  • Koyuncu, B. & Richardson, J. (2013). Understanding the career experiences of professionals working in Turkey. In Baruch, Y. & Reis, C. (Eds.), Careers without Borders, Critical Perspectives (pp. 228-246). Routledge. Publisher
  • Richardson, J., McKenna, S., Dickie, C., and deGama, N.* (2013). The organizational self-initiated expatriate: A case study of a professional services firm. In Vaiman, V. & Haslberger, A. (Eds.), Talent Management of Self-Initiated Expatriates (pp. 59-87). Palgrave-Macmillan, Basingstoke. Publisher
  • Rubino, C., Wilkin, C.L., & Malka, A. (2013). Under pressure: Examining the mediating role of discrete emotions between job characteristics and well-being. In P.L. Perrewé, J. Halbesleben, & C.C. Rosen (Eds.), The Role of Emotion and Emotion Regulation in Job Stress and Wellbeing. Emerald: Research in Occupational Stress and Well Being. Publisher
  • Richardson, J. (2013). Self-initiated expatriation in academia: A bounded and boundaryless career? In Andresen, M., Al Ariss, A., Walther, M. & Wolff, K. (Eds.), Self-Initiated Expatriation: Individual, Organizational, and National Perspectives (pp. 205-220). Routledge. Publisher
  • Richardson, J. (2011). Flexwork in Canada: Coping with dis-ease. In Kelliher, C. & Richardson, J. (Eds.), New Ways of Organizing Work: Development, Perspectives and Experiences (pp. 94-107). Routledge. Publisher
  • Wilkin, C.L., Rubino, C., Zell, D., & Shelton, L.M. (2013). Where technologies collide: A technology integration model. In C. Wankel & P. Blessinger (eds.), Increasing Student Engagement and Retention using Classroom Technologies: Classroom Response Systems and Mediated Discourse Technologies. Emerald: Cutting-Edge Technologies in Higher Education Series. Publisher

Journal Articles (2013)

  • Burke, R., Astakhova, M., & Singh, P. (2014). Time Affluence, Material Affluence and Work Experiences of Professional Women in Russia. Employee Relations, 36(6), 642-653.
  • Burke, R., & Singh, P. (2014). Correlates of career priority and family priority among hospital-based nursing staff. Gender in ManagementAn International Journal, 29(2), 91-107.
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  • Kotlyar, I., Karakowsky, L. (2013). Sources of Satisfaction with High-Potential Employee Programs: A Survey of Canadian HR Professionals. Journal of Management Development, 33(10), 52-78.
  • Kotlyar, I., Karakowsky, L., Ducharme, M.J., & *Boekhorst, J. (2014). Do "Rising Stars" Avoid Risk? Status-Based Labels And Decision Making. Leadership and Organizational Development Journal, 35(2), 121-136. LINK:
  • *Malik, A.R., & Singh, P. (2014). 'High potential' programs: Let's hear it for 'B' players. Human Resource Management Review, 24(4), 330-346.
  • *Manroop, L., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. (2014). Human resource systems and ethical climates: A resource-based perspective. Human Resource Management, 53(5), 795-816.
  • *Peticca-Harris, A. & McKenna, S. (2013). Identity struggle, professional development and career: A partial life history of a human resource management professional. Journal of Management Development, 32(8), pp. 823-835.
  • Richardson, J. & McKenna, S. (2014). Towards an understanding of social networks among organizational self-initiated expatriates: a qualitative case study of a professional services firm. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25(19), pp. 2627-2643.
  • *Samnani, A.-K., Deutsch Salamon, S., & Singh, P. (2014). Negative affect and counterproductive workplace behavior: The moderating role of moral disengagement and gender. Journal of Business Ethics, 119(2), 235-244.
  • *Samnani, A.-K., & Singh, P. (2014). Performance-enhancing compensation practices and productivity: The role of workplace bullying. Human Resource Management Review, 24(1), 5-16.
  • Wang, G., & Singh, P. (2014). The Evolution of CEO Compensation over the Organizational Life Cycle: A Contingency Explanation. Human Resource Management Review, 24(2), 144-159.
  • Alfes, K., Shantz, A., Truss, K., & Soane, E. (2013). The link between perceived human resource management practices, engagement and employee behaviour: A moderated mediation model. International Journal of Human Resource Management. Publisher
  • Doherty, N., Richardson, J., & Thorn, K. (2013). Self-initiated expatriates and self-initiated expatriation: Clarification of the research stream. Career Development International. Publisher
  • Doorey, D. (2013). Graduated Freedom of Association: Worker Voice Beyond the Wagner Model. Queens Law Journal. Abstract
  • Doorey, D. (2013). A System of Transnational Business Interactions: The Case of the Living Wage. Osgoode Comparative Law & Political Economy Journal. Abstract
  • Ezzedeen, S.R. (2013). The portrayal of professional and managerial women in North American films: Good news or bad news for your executive pipeline? Organizational Dynamics. Publisher
  • Liu , X. & Wang, J. (2013). Abusive supervision and organizational citizenship behaviors: Is guanxi a mediator? International Journal of Human Resources Management. Abstract
  • Malik, A.R.,* Cooper-Thomas, H.D., & Zikic, J. (2013). The neglected role of cultural intelligence in recent immigrant newcomers' socialization. International Journal of Cross Cultural Management. Abstract
  • Manroop, L., Boekhorst, J.A.,* & Harrison, J.A.* (2013). The influence of cross-cultural differences on job interview selection decisions. International Journal of Human Resource Management. Abstract
  • Novicevic, M.M., Zikic, J., Martin, J., Humpreys, J.H., & Foster, R. (2013). Responsible executive leadership: A moral-identity analysis based on Barnard's conceptualization. Journal of Management History. Abstract
  • Peticca-Harris, A.,* & McKenna, S. (2013). Identity struggle, professional development and career: A partial life history of a human resource management professional. Journal of Management Development. Abstract
  • Richardson, J. & McKenna, S. (2013). Reordering spatial and social relations: A case study of professional and managerial flexworkers. British Journal of Management. Abstract
  • Samnani, A.-K., Boekhorst, J.A.,* & Harrison, J.A.* (2013). The acculturation process: Antecedents, strategies, and outcomes. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. Abstract
  • Samnani, A.-K., Salamon, S. D., & Singh, P. (2013). Negative affect and counterproductive workplace behaviors: The moderating role of moral disengagement and gender. Journal of Business Ethics. Abstract
  • Samnani, A.-K., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S.R. (2013). Workplace bullying and employee performance: The role of employee attributions. Organizational Psychology Review. Abstract
  • Samnani, A.-K., & Singh, P. (2013). Exploring the fit perspective: An ethnographic approach. Human Resource Management. Abstract
  • Shantz, A., Saksida, T., Alfes, K. (2013). Dedicating time to volunteering: Values, engagement, and commitment to beneficiaries. Applied Psychology: An International Review. Abstract
  • Soane, E., Shantz, A., Alfes, K., Truss, K., Rees, C., & Gatenby, M. (2013). The association of meaningfulness, wellbeing and engagement with absenteeism: A moderated mediation model. Human Resource Management. Abstract
  • Truss, C., Shantz, A., Soane, E., Alfes, K., & Delbridge, R. (2013). Employee engagement, organisational performance and individual wellbeing: Exploring the evidence, developing the theory. International Journal of Human Resource Management. Abstract
  • Wilkin, C.L. (2013). I can't get no job satisfaction: Meta-analysis comparing permanent and contingent workers. Journal of Organizational Behavior. Abstract

* Doctoral student

Invited Presentations

Zikic, J. (2014). "Exploring Immigrants' Professional Identity and their Access to Professions." Invited Academic to Panel Presentation at Centre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement (CERIS), Toronto, ON, Canada.

Zikic, J. (2014). "Jobs without people and People without Jobs: Migrant Professionals, Baby Boomers, and Strategic Organizational Initiatives." Invited Academic to Panel Presentation at Strategic Capability Network (SCN), Toronto, ON, Canada.

Conferences

*Boekhorst, J.A. High-Performance Work Systems and Career Success: Exploring the Moderating Roles of Perfectionism. 2014 Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

*Boekhorst, J. A. The Role of Authentic Leadership in Fostering Workplace Inclusion. 2014 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Toronto, ON, Canada.

*Boekhorst, J. A., & *Samnani, A.-K. Working Hard and Sick Days Taken: A Moderated Mediated Model . 2014 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Toronto, ON, Canada.

*Boey, A. Charisma and creativity: The double-edged sword of transformational leadership. 2014 Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Muskoka, ON, Canada.

*Boey, A. Cultural relevant pedagogy: A university students' perspective. 2014 Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Muskoka, ON, Canada.

*Boey, A. Exploring the experiences of pre-candidacy in North American doctoral programs. 2014 Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Muskoka, ON, Canada.

*Boiarintseva, L., *Boyes, W., & *Khoshnevisan. T. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Poly-Paradigmatic Approach. 2014 Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Muskoka, ON, Canada.

Budworth, M.H. Youth Unemployment: A Field Test of Two Interventions for Increasing Self-Efficacy. 2014 International Congress on Applied Psychology, Paris, France.

Budworth, M.H. & *Harrison, J. Methods for studying phenomenon online: Finding a digital sample. 2014 International Congress on Applied Psychology, Paris, France.

Budworth, M.H. & *Harrison, J.A. Positive psychology interventions used in performance management efforts. 2014 Canadian Psychological Association Annual Convention, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Budworth, M.H. & Mann, S.L. The social identities of migrant workers: Understanding experiences at home and abroad. 2014 Annual Meeting of the Work Family Researchers Network, New York, NY, USA.

Budworth, M.H. & Rowbotham, K. Meaning of work: Exploring the changing role of careers through the lens of loss. 2014 Annual Meeting of the Work Family Researchers Network, New York, NY, USA.

Chen, L., Wang, J., & Qiu, J. Business strategy, compensation strategy and innovation performance: A best-fit perspective. 2014 Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Cole, N., *Malik, A.R., & *deGama, N. When spouses trail along: gender differences in needs for expatriate partner assistance. 2014 Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA. Nominated for the Gustavson School Award for Best Qualitative Paper

*deGama, N. & McKenna, S. Broadening our understanding of the self-initiated expatriate through the sociology of The Stranger. 2014 Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Deutsch Salamon, S. The Impact of Verbal Abuse from Outsiders versus Insiders on Trust in Management. 9th International Conference on Workplace Bullying and Harassment (2014), Milan, Italy.

*Duff, A., Chan, C., Deutsch Salamon, S., & Budworth, M.H. Compromising Innovative Behaviour with Work Shame. 2014 Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

*Frawley, S. When (and for whom) does 'sorry' cut it? A theoretical examination of trust repair and gender. 2014 Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

*Frawley, S. & *Rochon, M. Both Sides Now? Unions and labour relations in human resource management textbooks. 2014 Canadian Industrial Relations Conference, St. Catharines, ON, Canada.

*Harrison, J., Budworth, M.H., & Stone, T. Gratitude as felt positive regard: A risk regulation perspective. 2014 Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Mahrane, H., *Malik, A.R., & *Frawley, S. Exhaustion, deviance and employees in SMEs: the role of employability. 2014 Southern Management Association, Savannah, GA, USA.

*Malik, A.R. How cultural minority newcomers become adjusted in the workplace: the role of diversity mindsets and transformational leadership. 2014 Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Muskoka, ON, Canada.

*Malik, A.R., & Cole, N. Gender differences in the vicarious impact of employee discipline on co-worker performance. 2014 Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Muskoka, ON, Canada. [Honourable Mention Award for the Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division].

*Malik, A.R., & Singh, P. Talent management: Let's hear it for 'B' players. 2014 Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Mann, S.L. & Budworth, M.H. Canada's seasonal agricultural worker program: An example of a successful industry-government collaboration. 2014 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Industrial Relations Association, St. Catharines, ON, Canada.

Mann, S.L., Pritchett, J., & Budworth, M.H. The struggle for gender equality: Improving women's leadership participation in Canadian unions. 2014 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Industrial Relations Association, St. Catharines, ON, Canada.

*Peticca-Harris, A., *deGama, N., & Elias, S. R. S. T. A. Greed, grit, and qualitative research: Stories of securing samples. 2014 European Group for Organizational Studies, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

*Peticca-Harris, A., *deGama, N., & Elias, S. R. S. T. A. Greed, grit, and qualitative research: Stories of securing samples. 2014 Qualitative Research in Management Conference, Albuquerque, NM, USA.

*Peticca-Harris, A., Westar, J., & McKenna, S. Capital's Circuit of Control: A dialogical analysis of work intensification. 2014 Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Romano, D., Deutsch Salamon, S., & Warner, J. Fostering Trust within Inter-Professional Health Care Teams. 2013 Richard Reznick Wilson Centre Research Day, Toronto, ON, Canada.

Rowbotham, K. & Budworth, M.H. Teaching collaborations: Initiatives that inform, excite, and (sometimes) aggravate. 2014 Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

*Samnani, A.-K., & *Boekhorst, J. A. Strategic Decision-Making for Human Capital Needs. 2014 Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Stone, T.H., Kisamore, J., *Harrison, J.A., & Jawahar, J. Reconceptualising violations of academic integrity: An initial test of serious and minor offences. 2014 Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Muskoka, ON, Canada.

Wang, J. Underemployment and turnover: The moderating role of human resource practices. 2014 Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Wang, J. & Reid, F. The impact of work hour discrepancy on absenteeism. 2014 Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Wilkin, C.L., de Jong, J.P., & Rubino, C. Teaming up with temps: A network view on the effect of work status diversity on team outcomes. 2014 Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Wilkin, C.L., Rubino, C., & Ahmed, R. The space between: A resource-based approach to virtual team processes. 2014 Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology, Honolulu, HI, USA.

Zikic, J. Exploring Mentoring Relationships Between Local and Foreign Professionals: Do Similarities Attract and Lead to High Quality Relationships? 2014 Positive Relationships at Work (PRW) Microcommunity Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Zikic, J. & Richardson, J. What Happens When You Can't Be Who You Are: Professional Identities at the Institutional Periphery. 2014 People & Organizations Conference, The Wharton School, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

People and Organization Conference - Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

  • Professor Zikic and Professor Julia Richardson have been invited to present their work at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania on Oct. 10th as part of their People and Organization Conference.

Academy of Management 2013 (Orlando, FL, USA)

  • deGama, N.* (2013). State of HRM education: A Canadian context.
  • Harrison, J.A.,* & Budworth, M.H. (2013). Unintended consequences of an online presence: Effects on hiring-related decisions.
  • Harrison, J.A.,* Singh, P., & Latham, S. (2013). Negative affective events as antecedents to group level performance.
  • Manroop, L., & Richardson, J. (2013). The evolution of HRM graduate job search expectations: An interpretive interactionist perspective.
  • McKenna, S. (2013). Creating the functionaries of global capitalism: The role of global human resource management.
  • Salawu, K.* (2013). Religious identity construction in the workplace: A case study.
  • Samnani, A.-K., Boekhorst, J.A.,* & Harrison, J.A.* (2013). Bullying as a form of counter- mobilization: Exploring workplace bullying within the organizing drive.

Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 2013 (Calgary, AB, Canada)

  • Boey, A.,* & Rochon, M.* (2013). Recruitment and selection: Exploring the paradigms.
  • Cole, N., & Malik, A.R.* (2013). Investigating the relationship between personality and expatriate coping strategies.
  • Frawley, S.* (2013). Altruistic deviance.
  • Harrison, J.A.* (2013). Boredom in the workplace: An exploration of boredom among highly skilled professionals.
  • Harrison, J.A.,* & Singh, P. (2013). Where's the 'employee' in employee ownership research? Uncovering employee perceptions of a profit-sharing culture.
  • Malik, A.R.* (2013). Newcomer immigrants' socialization in the workplace: The role of customized socialization tactics.
  • Salawu, K.* (2013). The Americanization of the internationalized curriculum in a globalized context.

Canadian Industrial Relations Association 2013 (Toronto, ON, Canada)

  • Boekhorst, J.A.,* & Harrison, J.A.* (2013). The role of shared perceptions of morally legitimate HRM practices in fostering a climate of inclusion and voice behaviours.
  • Boey, A.* (2013). The analysis of cyber unions with communication theories.
  • Boekhorst, J.* (2013). The role of shared perceptions of morally legitimate HRM practices in fostering a climate of inclusion and voice behaviours.
  • Doorey, D., Frawley, S.,* & Singh, P. (2013). Labour issues as a component of Corporate Social Responsibility in business school rankings.

Critical Management Studies 2013 (Manchester, UK)

  • deGama, N.,* & McKenna, S. (2013). How do the globally mobile elite in the UAE experience othering? Broadening our understanding of "the Other."
  • Jones, J., Thomson, K., & McKenna, S. Plus Ca Change…: Sense-making and patterns of mimicry and resistance in the transitions of migrant accounting professionals in Canada.
  • Peticca-Harris, A.,* Weststar, J., & McKenna, S. (2013). De-normalized intensity: Extreme work and the video game industry.

Eastern Academy of Management 2013 (Baltimore, MD, USA)

  • Harrison, J.A.* (2013). Authentic leadership and emotional burnout as an unintended consequences.

European Group for Organizational Studies 2013 (Montreal, QC, Canada)

  • Peticca-Harris, A.* (2013). What's love got to do with it? The experience of a workplace crush.
  • Peticca-Harris, A.,* McKenna, S., deGama, N.* (2013). Considering the ethics of 'doing' and 'being' HRM: A practice-based approach.

Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology 2013 (Houston, TX, USA)

  • Rubino, C., Wilkin, C.L., & Spitzmueller, C. (2013). Work-family conflict and strain: Does gender matter?

Southern Management Association 2013 (New Orleans, LA, USA)

  • Burke, R., Boekhorst, J.A.,* & Singh, P. (2013). When working hard does not pay off: Exploring the effects of work intensity and work hours on intent to quit and psychological well-being.
  • Samnani, A., Harrison, J.A.,* & Boekhorst, J.A.* (2013). Expressing emotions through victimization to achieve performance outcomes: An EASI theory perspective.
  • Stone, T.H., Foster, J., Webster, B., & Jawahar, J., Harrison, J.A.* (2013). Are gender differences in performance disappearing? Large sample evidence.

* Doctoral student

Laxmikant Manroop a SHRM Doctoral Graduate Wins Prestigious Award in First Year Post-Graduation
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Gustavson School Award for Best Qualitative Paper Nomination (Academy of Management Conference 2014) for: Cole, N., *Malik, A.R., & *DeGama, N. "When spouses trail along: Gender differences in needs for expatriate partner assistance."

Honourable Mention Award, Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division (Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference 2014), for: *Malik, A.R., & Cole, N. "Gender differences in the vicarious impact of employee discipline on co-worker performance."

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