School of Labor & Employment Relations
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(2021-07-16)This dissertation presents two different studies to examine factors that influence workplace Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) usage and its outcomes. The first study analyzes survey data from Fortune 1000 companies ...
Spiraling effects of firefighters’ emotional demands and off-duty unhealthy behaviors: psychosocial resources and healthy behaviors as moderators (2021-04-19)Unhealthy eating and substance use have been linked to numerous adverse long-term and short-term health and well-being outcomes; however, work-related predictors of these behaviors have been largely ignored. One possible ...
The role of identity integration for the career commitment and managerial aspirations of first-time mothers: Examining antecedents, mechanisms, and moderators (2020-04-23)The influx of women into professional careers in the last four decades represents a move toward a more egalitarian society. However, the underrepresentation of women at senior management levels indicates the next frontier ...
Labor unions and shareholder activism: Union and firm characteristics in determining shareholder activism, resolution outcomes, and firm targets among labor union pension funds (2020-04-13)This dissertation examines the role of labor unions, via their pension funds, as shareholder activists in corporate America. For decades unions have struggled to regain their strength as representatives of the American ...
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 ...