Organizational Behaviour

When wages don’t keep pace with inflation, companies risk losing their top performers

Published: 11Aug2022

It is no secret that inflation has sent costs soaring, but wages are going up too. In a recent survey of US small businesses, more than two-thirds said they had increased the wages of their...

Sport-life balance can help elite athletes perform and thrive

Published: 12Jul2022

To achieve peak performance, many elite athletes become full-time professionals. But there can be benefits to keeping a day job, according to Anna-Maria Broomes, a doctoral student in...

Théadora Sauvé named valedictorian for Spring 2022 Convocation

Published: 8Jun2022

Théadora Sauvé’s classmates pushed her to become a better student, and Sauvé’s hard work was be recognized at the Spring 2022 Convocation, where she gave the valedictory address. The Bachelor of...

Expert: Ontario’s right to disconnect act

Published: 6Jun2022

While Ontario’s right to disconnect law sounds like a good idea, experts say it’s important to observe the impact of the practice on the well-being of employees and its practical application in the...

Professor Emeritus Nancy Adler wins 2021 Emerald Literati Award

Published: 16Mar2022

Congratulations to Nancy J. Adler, Professor Emeritus of Organizational Behavior, winner of the 2021 Emerald Literati Award for Outstanding Author Contribution for “When Arrogance Kills Humility...

Delve podcast: New Normal: Ideal Workers, Gender Equality, and COVID-19 with Alyson Gounden Rock

Published: 3Feb2022

What do “ideal workers” look like today? New research explores the history of gender differences in work and points to a more equal—and genuinely ideal—future of work for all.

OB Research Seminar: Peter Capelli, Wharton School


Peter Capelli, George W. Taylor Professor of Management, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania...

OB Research Seminar: Theodore DeWitt, UMass Boston


Theodore DeWitt, Assistant Professor of Management, UMass Boston Title of talk: Mapping the Task Structure of Work /desautelsCategory: Desautels Faculty of Management


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