The Right to Disconnect

Constant connectivity harms employees’ work-life balance and mental health. Better labor policy and remote work legislation can help meet the needs of people and organizations.

2023-06-01T11:43:55-04:00June 1st, 2023|

The Impact of COVID-19 on U.S. Computer Science Faculty’s Turnover Intentions: The Role of Gender.

The COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging for college faculty, with evidence that it has the potential to exacerbate pre-pandemic gender inequities in work demands (Tugend, 2020). The impact of the pandemic may be particularly difficult for women in male-dominated STEM fields such as computer science that pose additional challenges and had high attrition rates among [Read More...]

2023-05-03T12:08:44-04:00May 3rd, 2023|

Tech-Savvy Men and Caring Women: Middle School Students’ Gender Stereotypes Predict Interest in Tech-Education

The labor market is strongly gender segregated with few women working in the tech sector (e.g., IT) and few men working in the care sector (e.g., nursing). We tested the hypothesis that middle school students strongly associate technology with men and caregiving with women in a Swedish context (i.e., a country that scores high in [Read More...]

2023-05-03T12:00:15-04:00May 3rd, 2023|

Bias in the background? The role of background information in asynchronous video interviews.

Asynchronous video interviews (AVIs) have become popular toolsfor applicant selection. Although AVIs are standardized, extant researchremains silent on whether this novel interview format could introduce newforms of bias. Because many applicants complete AVIs from their homes, theirvideo background could provide evaluators with information about stigmatizingfeatures that (a) are usually "invisible" in traditional selection contextsbut become [Read More...]

2023-04-10T13:10:37-04:00April 10th, 2023|

Guest editorial: Work from anywhere: implications for employees and organizations.

The second article, "Work-from-home (WFH): the constraints-coping-effectiveness framework", by Zauwiyah Ahmad, Arnifa Asmawi and Siti Zakiah Binti Samsi provides a WFH framework by analyzing qualitative data collected from employees. To date, practitioners and academic researchers in human resource management (HRM) have attended the human resource issues specific to the on-campus context. Work from anywhere (WFA) [Read More...]

2023-01-05T13:12:52-05:00January 5th, 2023|

Using the Performance Diagnostic Checklist-Human Services (PDC-HS) to Enhance Data Collection Procedures in Residential Treatment Settings for Clients with Significant Behavioral Challenges.

Staff members working in three residential homes serving persons with developmental disabilities participated in the current study. Each residence was selected based upon poor staff performances related to consistent, accurate data collection. Written daily narratives compiled by the staff on each shift were compared to designated behavioral data collection forms in each residence to determine [Read More...]

2023-01-05T13:09:50-05:00January 5th, 2023|

Best friend or broken tool? Exploring the co‐existence of humans and artificial intelligence in the workplace ecosystem

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become an important topic in business literature and strategy talk. Yet, much of this literature is normative and conceptual in nature. How organizational members perceive AI and the job role changes that come with it is, so far, largely unknown territory for both HR scholars and practitioners. We sought to investigate [Read More...]

2022-10-19T13:10:18-04:00October 19th, 2022|

The labour market impact of robotisation in Europe

This paper explores the impact of robot adoption on European regional labour markets between 1995 and 2015. Specifically, we look at the effect of the usage of industrial robots on jobs and employment structures across European regions. Our estimates suggest that the effect of robots on employment tends to be mostly small and negative during [Read More...]

2022-09-09T13:23:19-04:00September 9th, 2022|

Gender and telework: Work and family experiences of teleworking professional, middle-class, married women with children during the Covid-19 pandemic in Turkey

This study focuses on the teleworking experiences of professional, middle-class, married women with children in Turkey in the context of Covid-19 pandemic. The aim of the study is to understand how switching to telework affected their family and work life during the Covid-19 lockdown. Semi-structured interviews were held during the lockdown measures with 18 women [Read More...]

2022-04-15T13:38:01-04:00April 15th, 2022|

Sustainable Competitive Advantages via Temporary Advantages: Insights from the Competition between American and Chinese Digital Platforms in China

The world's most valuable public companies today are built on digital platforms. While American digital platforms (ADPs) have successfully dominated many international markets, some Chinese digital platforms (CDPs) have managed to survive and thrive in China, with European digital platforms (EDPs) largely absent both at home and abroad. Using comprehensive longitudinal data over 6 years, [Read More...]

2021-12-03T10:13:45-05:00December 3rd, 2021|
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