Organizational Behaviour

What’s keeping the glass ceiling intact?

Published: 18Jun2019

A new study co-authored by Professor Brian Rubineau shows that while the popular practice of network hiring can introduce gender diversity in lower-level jobs, it actually fails to do so at the...

Workplaces reveal vestiges of segregation

Published: 22May2019

Despite progress in the 1960s and 1970s, the desegregation of US employment has largely ground to a halt....

Professor Hewlin on closing the leadership gender gap

Published: 21May2019

In a byline for Getting Smart, Professor Patricia Hewlin explores the tangible impact that universities can make when it comes to increasing the representation of women and minorities in leadership...

Network Recruitment and the Glass Ceiling: Evidence from Two Firms

Published: 23Apr2019

Authors: Roberto M. Fernandez and Brian Rubineau Publication: RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences, March 2019, Vol. 5, Issue 3, 88-102 Abstract:

The power of being authentic at work

Published: 12Apr2019

In a recent WorkLife podcast by Adam Grant, he delves into the power of authenticity in the workplace as a means for happier, more productive workers. Along the way, he grounds his discussion in...

The problem with assumed meritocracies in engineering

Published: 4Apr2019

According to a study co-authored by Professor Brian Rubineau, female engineers find consistent evidence that their profession is not an objective meritocracy, but embrace the belief that it is –...

Organizational Behaviour Symposium


We are honoured to welcome speakers from five companies from various types of industries, that will each talk about their company’s organizational culture for 30 minutes.

First Labour Relations Conference


Featuring conversations between industry leaders about the experiences that shaped their organizations, this First Labour relations conference host by McGill Desautels Faculty of Management combine...