This article summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. Summary According to a 2017 Gallup study 43% of American workers report spending at least part of their week working remotely. The study also found that 80-90% reported that they would like to work remotely at least part-time. Telework has become a new … Continue reading Do Remote Employees Prefer Different Types of Appreciation Than Employees in Face-to-Face Settings?
Author(s), Title and Publication: De Ruiter, M., Schalk, R., & Blomme, R. J. (2016). Manager responses to employee dissent about psychological contract breach: A dyadic process approach. Management Communication Quarterly, 30(2), 188 – 217. Summary Employee dissent occurs when employees perceive a discrepancy between what the organization has promised to them and what they have … Continue reading Manager Responses to Employee Dissent About Psychological Contract Breach: A Dyadic Process Approach
Author(s), Title and Publication: O’Connor, A., Paskewitz, E. A., Jorgenson, D. A., & Rick, J. M. (2016). How changes in work structure influence employees’ perceptions of CSR: Millionaire managers and locked-out laborers. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 44(1), 40 – 59. Summary Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a multi-faceted concept, including dimensions of economic, legal, … Continue reading How Changes in Work Structure Influence Employees’ Perceptions of CSR: Millionaire Managers and Locked-Out Laborers
Author(s), Title and Publication Goldman, Z., W., & Myers, S. A. (2015). The relationship between organizational assimilation and employees’ upward, lateral, and displaced dissent. Communication Reports, 18(1), 24 – 35. Summary This article reports a study that explored the process by which an individual employee being integrated into the culture of an organization, i.e. organizational … Continue reading The Relationship Between Organizational Assimilation and Employees’ Upward, Lateral, and Displaced Dissent