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A person-centered exploration of the Hexaco personality measure and work-related outcomes
Ambivalent supervision and negative outcomes: Creating a measure
An examination of the moderating effects of work centrality on the relationships between person-group fit and work-related outcomes
An exploration of the effects of stress mindset on stressor appraisal
An investigation of how the intersection of ethnicity and gender influences leadership perceptions
An investigation of the moderating effects of nations on the relationship between work family conflict and satisfaction outcomes
An investigation of the relationships among emotional intelligence, compassion, and organizational citizenship behaviors
An investigation of work engagement as a moderator of the relationship between personality and work outcomes
Antecedents and outcomes of helping norm level and strength
Asian American leadership: Does leadership style matter?
Boundary conditions for the relationship between leadership and engagement : moderating effects of personality and attitudes
Burnout and work engagement : the incremental validity and relative importance of individual differences over and above characteristics of the work environment
Calling at work: Relationship to engagement, job satisfaction, and turnover intent
Complaints about smoking in hotels: Information assymetry and consumer protection
Compliance with tobacco policies in recreational parks across San Diego County communities
Cultural moderation of the relationships between high-performance work systems and firm-level performance outcomes
Cultural moderators of the relationship between recovery activities and outcomes
Display rules and self-monitoring: What makes for a more effective and less exhausted employee?
Do androids dream of unemployment? Examining moderators of the association between perceived AI threat and job insecurity
Effectiveness of religion and social support coping mechanisms in African American/Black and Caucasian/White college students