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 …
An article on respect and humanity was published in the October issue of the Active Beauty magazine of the Austrian drugstore chain dm. Our two respect experts, Christina Mölders and Catharina Vogt, also have their say. Click here to view the article.
This was a successful summer: Ding Han, Catharina Vogt and Katharina Silter submitted their dissertations. Congratulations!
We have extended the registration period by two weeks. You can still apply for this year’s colloquium on “Change” until September 5. You can access the updated invitation via this link.
Over several workshops from January to April we developed our Team Canvas, our internal “operating system” on how we want to work together. It is supposed to give an overview for existing and future members of the group, but we would also be happy if somebody used it as a basis for new work groups that still have to be …
In many companies and organizations it is common for employees to be motivated with financial bonuses. But what influence does this have on the cooperation between employees? This is the topic of Daniel’s dissertation, and Wirtschaftswoche has now also reported on an article on it.
The Call for Applications for this year’s Colloquium from October 6 to 8, 2017 is online. We are looking forward to your applications! Click here to go directly to our Call for Applications 2017.
From May 17 to 20, five of our members participated at the biannual conference of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology in Dublin. At the conference, they presented research on “Respectful Leadership” (Catharina Vogt) “Social Comparisons“ (Susan Reh), “Effects of Bonuses“ (Daniel Gläser), “Resources for Leadership“ (Jennifer Ulrich) and „Resource Exchange“ (Dr. Anne Burmeister).
A warm welcome to Sören Faika! Just having started his PhD-time, Sören is investigating politeness and decision making in Iran’s society.
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