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Examining the effects of perceived pregnancy discrimination on mother and baby health
(American Psychological Association, 2021-05)
Over the last decade, more than 50,000 pregnancy discrimination claims were filed in the United States (United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission [U.S. EEOC], 2018a). While pregnancy discrimination claims remain ...
Hispanic and Asian performance on selection procedures: A narrative and meta-analytic review of 12 common predictors
(American Psychological Association, 2017-08)
Hispanics are both the largest and fastest growing minority group in the U.S. workforce. Asians also make up a substantial and increasing portion of the workforce. Unfortunately, empirical research on how these groups ...
It takes a village: How organizational support for adoption positively affects employees and their families
(Wiley Online Library, 2021-06-12)
Extending the integration of conservation of resources theory with the spillover–crossover model, we broaden the scope of types of organizational support by examining the influence of organizational support for adoption ...
A review of abusive behaviors at work: The development of a process model for studying abuse
(SAGE Journals, 2018-02-07)
We develop an overarching conceptual model of abuse based on the literature and discuss common antecedents and consequences of workplace abuse. We examine numerous conceptualizations of workplace abuse from the perpetrators’ ...
From Combat to Khakis: An Exploratory Examination of Job Stress With Veterans
(Taylor & Francis Online, 2015)
Veterans are having a difficult time reintegrating back into the civilian sector following their service, with nearly 44% reporting some type of problem. The experienced stress and resultant strain associated with this ...