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Political Skill at Work and in Careers  

Iris Kranefeld, Gerhard Blickle, and James Meurs

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Apr 2020
Organizations are political environments, and, thus, individuals engage in political behavior in the workplace. As research on organizational politics grew, it became clear that some ... More

Psychological Contracts and the Employment Relationship  

Kerstin Isaksson

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Apr 2020
Employment generally entails a deal or a contract describing the exchange of work tasks, remuneration, and other obligations and entitlements. In addition to the formal agreement between ... More

Dark Personalities in the Workplace  

Birgit Schyns, Susanne Braun, and Barbara Wisse

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Oct 2019
Dark Triad personality traits in the workplace comprise the traits narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy. The Dark Triad, and its relationships with individual and organizational ... More

Organization Change  

George P. Huber and Jean M. Bartunek

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Oct 2019
A “change” is a difference in an entity’s state, condition, or property that occurs across an interval of time and can take place in multiple ways. The scope and variety of organization ... More

Multilevel Modeling Methods  

Vicente González-Romá and Ana Hernández

Human behavior takes place in different contexts (e.g., organizations, schools, families, sports teams, and communities) whose properties (e.g., climate, culture, cohesion, leadership, ... More

Corporate Social Responsibility: An Overview From an Organizational and Psychological Perspective  

Ante Glavas and Mislav Radic

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Jun 2019
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is an important topic for both academics and practitioners because it potentially influences all aspects of an organization—from relationships with ... More

Diversity in the Workplace  

Regine Bendl, Astrid Hainzl, and Heike Mensi-Klarbach

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Jun 2019
Diversity in the workplace, with a central focus on gender, sexual orientation, age, ethnicity, (dis)ability, and religious belief, has become a major issue in organizations worldwide since ... More

Safety at Work  

Gudela Grote

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Jun 2019
Psychological research on safety at work aims at understanding people’s attitudes and behaviors in relation to hazards for their own and others’ health and well-being. Important ... More

Team Dynamics and Processes in the Workplace  

Tiffany Bisbey and Eduardo Salas

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Jun 2019
Teams are complex, dynamic systems made up of interdependent members working toward a shared goal; but teamwork is more than working together as a group. Teamwork is a multifaceted ... More

The Psychology of Work Engagement  

Michael P. Leiter

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May 2019
Engagement has continued to develop as a positive construct in organizational psychology. Initially defined as employees’ identification with their work, work engagement became understood ... More

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