Daniel Gläser, Suzanne van Gils, and Niels Van Quaquebeke received the Best Paper Award of the Journal of Personnel Psychology for their research on the negative effects of bonus systems in companies. Congratulations! Gläser, D., van Gils, & Van Quaquebeke, N. (2017). Pay-for-Performance and interpersonal deviance: Competitiveness as the match that lights the fire. Journal of Personnel Psychology, 16, 77-90. doi: 10.1027/1866-5888/a000181
Do employees in competitive organisations feel threatened by so-called rising stars? Will they, as a result, envy their potentially higher future status and start to socially undermine them? An article with three experiments and one field study by Susan Reh, Christian Tröster, and Niels Van Quaquebeke that will soon be published in the Journal of Applied Psychology seeks to answer …
Congratulations: PhD candidate Susan Reh has won the Best Poster Award at the Early Career Summer School of the European Association for Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP) in Birmingham, UK. On her winning poster, Reh presented her research on comparison standards people seek to evaluate their performance in a business environment. Possible comparison standards are comparisons with other people (social …
What to do when police treated you unfair? Can you make them listen to you when you have a migration background? The new publication „Strenghtening Democratic Processes: Police Oversight through Restorative Justice“ of the Verlag für Polizeiwissenschaft edited by Catharina Vogt and Joachim Kersten focusses on practical approaches as well as legal restrictions showing how dialogue between police and (migrant) …
In time for our last week’s 13th birthday party, we have an update online showing what we have done in 2015. PDF
In the newly released book by Elke Reichhart titled “Was heißt hier Respekt?!” (transl. “What do you call respect?!”) our mentor Prof. Dr. Tilman Eckloff has a say in two chapters describing the meaning of respect.
In the categroy Cognition of the Month in the October issue of the German wellness magazine Vital Catharina Decker delivers an insight into her research results on respectful interactions at workplaces.
We are looking forward to receive your applications for the colloquium by August 31st 2015.
At this year’s Academy of Management Meeting in Vancouver (CAN), Natalija Keck presented a paper showing that advertisement of corporate social performance in job recruitment does not necessarily lead to higher organizational attractiveness.
Presenting her research at the AOM conference in Vancouver, Catharina Decker shows how leaders who are not respresentative of their team can be successful, too: by showing respectful leadership.
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