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    • Balanced Flexibility: Avoiding the Traps 

      Kossek, Ellen E.; Thompson, Rebecca J.; Lautsch, Brenda A. (Haas School of Business University of California Berkeley, 2015-08)
      This article identifies three types of traps that can emerge when implementing workplace flexibility—altered work-life dynamics, reduced fairness perceptions, and weakened organizational culture—and provides core lessons ...
    • Broadening the Lens of Stereotype and Bias: Perspectives from Charm City. 

      Farley, Sally D.; Thompson, Rebecca J. (Organizational Psychology, 2016-09)
      In the focal article, Ruggs et al. (2016) outline the ways in which psychological theory and research can provide insight into the potential underlying processes behind recent conflict between law enforcement officials and ...
    • Five-Factor Model Personality Measures and Sex-Based Differential Prediction of Performance 

      Berry, Christopher M.; Kim, Anita; Wang, Kim; Thompson, Rebecca J.; Mobley, William H. (International Association of Applied Psychologists, 2012-04-12)
      Despite mean differences between sexes, virtually no research has investigated sex-based differential prediction of personality tests in civilian employment samples. The present study investigated the degree to which ...
    • Flexible Work Arrangements: Attraction to Flextime, Flexplace, or Both? 

      Thompson, Rebecca J. (Texas A&M University, 2011-12)
      Flexible work arrangements (FWAs) are widely implemented in organizations today. Yet very little information exists about why individuals are attracted to organizations that offer FWAs. The purpose of the current study was ...
    • Why Borderline Personality Features Adversely Affect Job Performance: The Role of Task Strategies 

      Thompson, Rebecca J.; Payne, Stephanie C.; Horner, Margaret T.; Morey, Leslie C. (Eslevier, 2011-10-01)
      This study examined how Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and its components influence job performance. BPD is theorized to adversely affect the generation of task strategies in the workplace which results in poor ...
    • Workplace Flexibility: Integrating Employer and Employee Perspectives to Close the Research-Practice Implementation Gap 

      Kossek, Ellen E.; Thompson, Rebecca J. (The Oxford Handbook of Work and Family, 2016)
      Workplace flexibility research has had mixed results, and varied consequences for employees and employers. Workplace flexibility is defined as a formal or informal agreement between an employer and employee to provide ...
    • Yes, We’re Fishing—In Rough Waters for Hard-to-Find Fish 

      Thompson, Rebecca J.; Bergman, Mindy E; Culbertson, Satoris S; Huffman, Ann H. (Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2013-03)
      In their focal article, Ruggs et al. (2013) outline the missed opportunities for researchers within industrial–organizational (I–O) psychology in examining marginalized employees. The authors identify seven groups as having ...