Goal: Publication in Peer-Reviewed Journal | Status: Drafting article
Perceptions of Organizational Justice in the Context of Change Communications
Periods of significant change within an organization give rise to questions of organizational justice. This paper will examine the role of communication during periods of change on employee perceptions of organizational justice. Read more at ResearchGate.
Trust, Support, and Justice: Perceptions of Temporary Employees
Goal: Publication in Peer-Reviewed Journal | Status: Collecting Data
This study examines the unique contextual relationship between temporary employees and their client organizations. We are researching whether perceived organizational support (POS) and procedural justice lead to organizational commitment and organizational trust, which in turn lead to a decrease in intent to leave among temporary employees. Read more at ResearchGate.
Talent Development for High Potential Employees
My primary research interest is in the field of talent development for high potential employees. I’m exploring the methods and strategies that organizations use to train and equip their high potential employees to become executive leaders.
I am also interested in employee perceptions of organizational justice. Specifically, I’m interested in learning how perceptions of organizational justice are shaped by the way in which organizations communicate about their high potential program.
I’m planning to read 365 papers in 2018. As a PhD student and budding researcher, I think this is a fantastic way to immerse myself in the literature for my field and start to learn the mechanics of journal article writing. See my progress here.