Tag Archives: Attitudes

This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center Dr. Dejun Tony Kong and Dr. Liuba Y. Belkin examined how the feeling of being neglected by employers could bring negative implications on employees’ organizational citizenship behaviors during the COVID-19 pandemic. A four-wave survey of 111 employees across 40 states in the United States … Continue reading How Feeling Neglected Impacts Employees’ Relationships and Feelings Toward Work

This abstract, summarized by IPR and provided by the IPR Behavioral Insights Research Center, is based on a research paper written by Sherry Jueyu Wu, Ph.D., at the University of California Los Angeles and Elizabeth Levy Paluck, Ph.D., at Princeton University.  Dr. Sherry Jueyu Wu and Dr. Elizabeth Levy Paluck conducted an experiment to examine how … Continue reading Participatory Practices at Work Change Attitudes and Behavior Toward Societal Authority and Justice