Category: *Journal of Business and Psychology

Are Women at a Loss in the Workplace due to Breadwinning at Home?

Topic: Gender
Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (2011)
Article: A Woman’s Place and a Man’s Duty: How Gender Role Incongruence in One’s Family Life Can Result in Home-Related Spillover Discrimination at Work
Author: Marıa del Carmen Triana
Reviewed By: Kerrin George

Organizational Culture: Attracting Job Applicants by Advertising the “Softer Side”

Topic: Organizational Culture; Recruitment; Job Applicants; Gender
Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (2010: 25(4))Article: The impact of organizational culture on attraction and recruitment of job applicants
Authors: D. Catanzaro, H. Moore, T.R. Marshall
Reviewed By: Rebecca Eckart

Emotionally exhausted? Are you working the night shift?

Topic: Emotional Exhaustion; Nonstandard Work Schedules
Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (WINTER 2010)
Article: Emotional exhaustion among employees without social or client contact: the key role of nonstandard work schedules
Authors: J.L.S. Wittmer, J.E. Martin
Reviewed By: Rebecca Eckart

When Job Satisfaction Does (Doesn’t) Matter for Performance

Topic: Performance, Personality
Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (MAR 2010)
Article: Effects of job satisfaction and conscientiousness on extra-role behaviors
Authors: N.A. Bowling
Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger

Walking the “Diversity” Walk > Talking the “Diversity” Talk

Topic: Diversity
Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (MAR 2010)
Article: Establishing a diversity program is not enough: Exploring the determinants of diversity climate
Authors: A.O. Herdman and A. McMillan-Capehart
Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger

Are Cultural Minorities Less (or More) Committed to their Organizations?

Topic: Culture, Job Attitudes Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (MAR 2010) Article: Commitment of cultural minorities in organizations: Effects of leadership and pressure to conform Authors: J. Rupert, K.A. Jehn, M.L. van Engen, and R.S.M. de Reuver Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger Several organizational theories suggest that cultural minorities (employees born in a country different

Is it Fair to Include “Citizenship” in Performance Appraisals?

Topic: Citizenship Behavior, Performance Appraisal Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (DEC 2009) Article: Organizational citizenship behavior in performance evaluations: Distributive justice or injustice Authors: S.K., Johnson, C.L. Holladay, & M.A. Quinones Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger Organizational Citizenship Behaviors (OCBs) are volitional work behaviors that go above and beyond the call of

How Employees Really Feel about Workplace Romances

Topic: Organizational Justice, Sexual Harassment Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (DEC 2009) Article: Workplace romance: A justice perspective Authors: N. Cole Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger Workplace Romances(WRs) are a fact of life. Some statistics suggest that as many as 40% of employees report having had a WR at some point