Researchers demonstrate how workplace fairness may not always be enough to avoid harmful workplace outcomes.
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
Topic: Organizational Justice, Selection Publication: International Journal of Selection and Assessment (DEC 2009) Article: Effects of explanations on applicant reactions: A meta-analytic review Authors: D.M. Truxillo, T.E. Bodner, M. Bertolino, T.N. Bauer, and C.A. Yonce Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger Oftentimes, job applicants run a gauntlet of various selection tests, assessments, and
Topic: Compensation, Job Performance Publication: Personnel Psychology (AUTUMN 2009) Article: Contingencies in the effects of pay range on organizational effectiveness Authors: S. Kepes, J. Delery, and N. Gupta Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger While pay variability among employees may signal to the workforce that the organization values and rewards good performance; it
Topic: Organizational Justice Publication: The Journal of Applied Psychology (2008) Article: Event justice perceptions and employees’ reactions: Perceptions of social entity justice as a moderator. Author: J. Choi Reviewed by: Katie O’Brien In a land of milk and honey, the copier would never break, we’d never have to work weekends, and