Dissertations and Theses - Labor and Employment Relations
The effects of uncompensated-telework on work withdrawal and personal initiative via energy: the moderating role of fairness (2019-12-06)Research has given conflicting results regarding the relationship between the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for work-related tasks during non-work time and the outcomes for employees and ...
The effects of leader microbreaks on transformational leadership behavior and follower job satisfaction: LMX as a cross-level moderator (2019-04-01)Microbreaks have been receiving growing scholarly attention as an effective energy management strategy at work. As previous research has mostly examined microbreaks to show their within-person benefits for individuals’ ...
Person-Environment Misfit is not equal: Jobs Exceeding Individuals’ Interest Preferences are more satisfying than Jobs Failing to Meet Them (2018-04)Spanning more than a century of study, vocational interest researchers have held that individuals will experience greater job satisfaction when their interests match the characteristics of their work environment than when ...
(2017-06-26)Past conflict research on teams provides a wealth of conceptual and empirical insight into various aspects of conflict (e.g., when and how different types of conflict affect individual, team, and organizational outcomes). ...
(2017-04-26)The rise of web-based work platforms such as Uber has sparked speculation about the potential of these platforms to revolutionize the labor market. This speculation has rarely been accompanied by a data-based explanation ...