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This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center based on the original article in Management Communication Quarterly Summary Organizational communication researchers have studied power, influence, and aggressive communication in superior-subordinate relationships in paid employment settings for many years. Aggressive communication in leader-follower relationships in volunteer and religiously oriented organizations, particularly churches, has received less … Continue reading What Lessons Can Be Learned About Superior-Subordinate Communication from the Catholic Church?

Topic: Employee Communication and Quality Employer-Employee Relationships Author, Title and Publication Jiang, H. (2012). A model of work-life conflict and quality of employee-organization relationships: Transformational leadership, procedural justice, and family-supportive workplace initiatives. Public Relations Review, 38, 231-245. doi:10.1016/j.pubrev.2011.11.007 Summary Quality relationships between organizations and their employees contribute to organizational effectiveness. This study tested a new … Continue reading A Model of Work-Life Conflict and Quality of Employee-Organization Relationships: Transformational Leadership, Procedural Justice, and Family-Supportive Workplace Initiatives