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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SHRM's DOCTORAL STUDENTS

The School of Human Resource Management is very pleased to congratulate all of our PhD students on the acceptance of their papers for presentation in the 2012 Academy of Management (AoM) and Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) conferences this summer. These meetings are highly reputed within the general management and human resource management fields in North America. Not only is a conference presentation of this caliber a great accomplishment for our students’ careers, but allows them to be ambassadors by representing the School of Human Resource Management to the rest of the community.

We congratulate all the PhD students on their successes. Special congratulations to Angus Duff, whose paper entitled “Career and Work Influences on Suicide: A Grounded Theory Study” was selected for the Academy of Management’s Best Paper Proceedings. Special mention also goes to Al-Karim Samnani, Janet Boekhorst and Jennifer Harrison whose paper, “The acculturation process: Antecedents, strategies, and outcomes” was selected for the Best Student Paper Award in the GDO division.

Student papers to be presented at the 2012 Academy of Management (AoM) conference in Boston, Massachusetts are:

Boekhorst, J., & Karakowsky, L. (2012). "Third Party Responses to Peer Mistreatment: An Impression Management Perspective."

deGama, N. (2012). “Examining the Effects of Cultural Differences on Employee Psychological Empowerment”.

Duff, A. J. (2012). “Career and Work Influences on Suicide: A Grounded Theory Study.” Best Papers Proceedings.

Ezzedeen, S., Budworth, M., Riggi, C. (2012). “Devils and Contenders: Portrayals of Professional and Managerial Women in North American Motion Pictures.”

Harrison, J. (2012). "Working beyond formal arrangements: Eastern and Western perspectives on retirement decisions."

Manroop, L. Exploring the job search expectations of HRM graduates in Canada: A
longitudinal qualitative study

Manroop, L., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. Human resources systems and sustained
competitive advantage: An ethical climate perspective

Samnani, A. (2012). “The early stages of workplace bullying and how it becomes
prolonged: The role of culture.”

Samnani, A., Salamon, S. D., & Singh, P. (2012). “Negative affect and CWB: The
moderating role of moral disengagement and gender.”

 

Papers to be presented at the 2012 Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) conference in St. Johns, Newfoundland are:

Boekhorst, J. (2012). “The Voice of Silence: An Interpretive Exploration of the
Use of Silence".

Duff, A. J., & Chan C. C. A. (2012). Taking a Sickie for the Team: Team and
Manager Influences on Employee Absence.

Frawley, S., Peticca-Harris, A., & Salawu, K. (2012). “What can HR learn from IR?"

Malik, A. R. (2012) “Examining Immigrants’ Career Transition in New Organizational Settings”.

Manroop, L., Boekhorst, J., & Harrison, J. (2012). “The Influence of
Cross-Cultural Differences on Interview Judgment and Evaluation".

Samnani, A., Boekhorst, J., & Harrison, J. A. (2012). “The acculturation
process: Antecedents, strategies, and outcomes.” *Selected for the Best Student Paper Award in the GDO division.

Samnani, A., & Singh, P. (2012). “Transformational leaders who victimize: How
transformational leaders trigger social cues that facilitate conformity.”

 

 

 


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