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23-09-2022 | Original Paper

Interruptions in Remote Work: a Resource-based Model of Work and Family Stress

We use the conservation of resources (COR) theory to propose a work-family model of stress in remote work. We propose that interruptions from family are a unique hindrance stressor, detrimental for the employee’s challenge and hindrance stress …

Sara Jansen Perry, Dawn S. Carlson, K. Michele Kacmar, Min (Maggie) Wan, Merideth J. Thompson

15-09-2022 | Original Paper

Assessing Publication Bias: a 7-Step User’s Guide with Best-Practice Recommendations

Meta-analytic reviews are a primary avenue for the generation of cumulative knowledge in the organizational and psychological sciences. Over the past decade or two, concern has been raised about the possibility of publication bias influencing …

Sven Kepes, Wenhao Wang, Jose M. Cortina

14-09-2022 | Original Paper

Employee Status and Voice Under Authoritarian Leadership: An Attachment Perspective

Attachment style is essential in guiding individuals’ social interactions, especially in adversities. Based on social defence theory, we develop a moderated-mediation model to explore how employees’ attachment style guides employees’ reactions to …

Jinyun Duan, Tingxi Wang, Yue Xu, Yue Zhu

Open Access 12-09-2022 | Original Paper

The Challenging and Hindering Potential of Time Pressure: Qualitative Job Demands as Suppressor Variables

This study aims at resolving the inconsistent findings regarding the effects of time pressure on work engagement and personal resources by considering time pressure’s qualitative sources. Specifically, using the notion of statistical suppression …

Miriam Schilbach, Verena C. Haun, Anja Baethge, Thomas Rigotti

05-09-2022 | Original Paper

Developing and Testing a Model of Dynamic Changes in Work–School Conflict and Workplace Deviance Over Time

Work–school conflict is a major stressor for many college students who have paid jobs while in college. Although work–school conflict experience is dynamic, the extant research has predominantly cast it and its consequences as between-person …

Yisheng Peng, YoungAh Park, Shiyang Su, Jie Ma

13-08-2022 | SI: Anti-Black Racism in Organizations

A Call to Action: Six Anti-Black Racism Topics Practitioners Encourage Researchers to Investigate

Anti-Black racism within the workplace has been negatively associated with psychological well-being, belonging, pay equity, and creativity (Neal-Barnett, Harvard Business Review, 2021; Tucker, SHRM, 2021). Moreover, after the deaths of George …

Asia T. McCleary-Gaddy, Casey C. Smith, Jimmy Davis

06-08-2022 | Original Paper

Are Biasing Factors Idiosyncratic to Measures? A Comparison of Interpersonal Conflict, Organizational Constraints, and Workload

Widespread concern has been raised about the possibility of potential biasing factors influencing the measurement of organizational variables and distorting inferences and conclusions reached about them. Recent research calls for a measure-centric …

Paul E. Spector, Cheryl E. Gray, Christopher C. Rosen

05-08-2022 | Original Paper

Keeping Employees Safe During Health Crises: The Effects of Media Exposure, HR Practices, and Age

Occupational health and safety are critical in promoting the wellness of organizations and employees. The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the most life-threatening viruses encountered in recent history, providing a unique opportunity for research to …

Shuqi Li, Henry R. Young, Majid Ghorbani, Byron Y. Lee, Daan van Knippenberg, Russell E. Johnson

01-08-2022 | Original Paper

Picking Sides: Relational Identification as a Moderator of Service Employee Reactions to Unfair Customer Treatment

We explored the question of how employees react to the perceived fairness of their manager’s treatment of customers. Current models of third-party justice reactions produce two tenable but mutually exclusive responses to observed manager-customer …

Joel M. Evans, Stephen W. Gilliland, Jennifer S. Anderson

Open Access 26-07-2022 | Original Paper

How to Induce an Error Management Climate: Experimental Evidence from Newly Formed Teams

An organizational climate of error management is associated with favorable organizational outcomes, including firm success, innovation, and safety. But how can an error management climate be induced? The present research used newly formed teams in …

Dorothee Horvath, Nina Keith, Alexander Klamar, Michael Frese

Open Access 23-07-2022 | Original Paper

Perceived Red Tape and Precursors of Turnover: the Roles of Work Engagement and Career Adaptability

Drawing on job demands-resources theory, we propose that perceived red tape, as a hindrance job demand, triggers attitudinal and behavioral precursors of turnover in employees (turnover intentions and job search behaviors) by reducing their work …

Zhou Jiang, Alexander Newman, Gary Schwarz, Huong Le

16-07-2022 | Original Paper

“Render Good for Evil” or “Take an Eye for an Eye”? The Double-Edged Sword of Customer Mistreatment

Although some research has suggested that customer mistreatment results in employees’ negative behavioral responses, other research has also sought to explore prosocial behavioral responses. We explain these inconsistent findings by considering …

Wenzhu Lu, Haibo Wu, Shanshi Liu, Bo Sun

14-07-2022 | Original Paper

Error Disclosure Climate and Safety Climate Trajectories: the Mediating Role of Counterfactual Sharing

Safety climate evolves in reflection of the effectiveness of organizational safety management efforts. The present study identified patterns of safety climate change over time and examined the role of error disclosure climate and counterfactual …

Yimin He, Jin Lee, Yueng-hsiang Huang, Xiang Yao, Theodore K. Courtney

Open Access 13-07-2022 | Original Paper

Followers’ Motives as Moderators of the Effects of Transformational Leadership Behaviors on Follower Outcomes and Leaders’ Influence

The present paper reports three studies that were based on the general proposition that the effectiveness of transformational leadership (TL) depends on whether the displayed TL behaviors match the followers’ motives. Specifically, inspirational …

Hugo M. Kehr, Dorena Graff, Cafer Bakaç

08-07-2022 | Original Paper

Linking Core Self-Evaluations to Organizational Citizenship Behaviors: An Approach-Avoidance Perspective

Core self-evaluations (CSEs) are fundamental traits that represent an individual’s appraisal of his/her self-worth and competency. CSEs have been directly linked to numerous workplace outcomes, yet less is understood about the mediating mechanisms …

Daniel P. Gullifor, Farzaneh Noghani, Scott W. Lester, Elizabeth P. Karam, Claudia C. Cogliser

07-07-2022 | Original Paper

Evaluating a Natural Language Processing Approach to Estimating KSA and Interest Job Analysis Ratings

Collecting job analysis ratings for a large number of jobs via surveys, interviews, or focus groups can put a very large burden on organizations. In this study, we describe and evaluate a streamlined, natural language processing-based approach to …

Dan J. Putka, Frederick L. Oswald, Richard N. Landers, Adam S. Beatty, Rodney A. McCloy, Martin C. Yu

Open Access 28-06-2022 | Original Paper

Trust in Artificial Intelligence: Comparing Trust Processes Between Human and Automated Trustees in Light of Unfair Bias

Automated systems based on artificial intelligence (AI) increasingly support decisions with ethical implications where decision makers need to trust these systems. However, insights regarding trust in automated systems predominantly stem from …

Markus Langer, Cornelius J. König, Caroline Back, Victoria Hemsing

27-06-2022 | Original Paper

Putting Families at the Center: the Role of Family System in Employee Work-Family Conflict and Voice Behavior

Work-family conflict has become one of the most prominent challenges of modern-day work and a prominent research topic. However, the “family” in the work-family interface has been undertheorized, while research focuses on the workplace factors and …

Yifeng Fan, Quan Lin

25-06-2022 | Original Paper

How Leaders Inspire Voice: The Role of Voice Climate and Team Implicit Voice Theories

That individuals hold personal, implicit beliefs about the consequences of voice (i.e., implicit voice theories (IVTs)), and thus are inherently reluctant to speak up, is one of the most ubiquitous concepts in the voice literature. An extensive …

Kyle M. Brykman, Addison D. Maerz


The Influence of Social Norms on the Expression of Anti-Black Bias

The last few years have been a testament to the fact that anti-Black racism is alive and well in America. It manifests not only in macro-level indicators of social inequity (e.g., housing, education) but also manifests within individual …

Abby Corrington, Naomi M. Fa-Kaji, Mikki Hebl, Anamely Salgado, N. Derek Brown, Linnea Ng