Denise Breaux Soignet

Denise Breaux Soignet
University of Arkansas | U of A · Department of Management

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Current understanding of sexual harassment at work is limited by simplistic assumptions about how sexualized and hostile work environments develop. Drawing from theories of frame analysis, social interactionism, and the sexual harassment literature, we develop theory about complex socio-sexual interactions in the workplace. Specifically, we examine...
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Purpose – Building on reciprocity and crossover theory, this paper aims to examine how mood crossover from one partner in a relational dyad influences the likelihood of reciprocal mood crossover from the other partner. Design/methodology/approach – Using a survey sample of 180 dual-career married couples, the paper explores this phenomenon for both...
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We conducted a two-study examination of relationships between abusive supervision and subordinates' workplace deviance. Consistent with predictions derived from power/dependence theory, the results of a cross-sectional study with employees from three organizations suggest that abusive supervision is more strongly associated with subordinates' organ...
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Health professionals operate in environments marked by a variety of vocational, regulatory, and relational job demands. Oftentimes, these demands are thrust upon professionals who have limited control over their outcomes. Research suggests that these environments are inherently stressful and foster the potential for burnout. Burnout has been cited...
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The current study examined the interactive relationship between felt accountability and organizational politics perceptions on job satisfaction in three samples, which included employees in a wide array of work settings. We hypothesized that job satisfaction would decline (increase) as felt accountability became more intense for those perceiving he...
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A recent trend in organizational research has shifted our focus toward dysfunctional behaviors in the workplace. We understand how and why many employees behave badly, and we acknowledge that at times, supervisors are to blame. Abusive supervision represents one such body of literature describing the effects of hostile management on employees and o...
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This review examines the impact of changing demographics and changing family structures on organizational human resource management (HRM) practices. We explore the practical concerns and theoretical implications of these demographic changes. The impact of general environmental changes, globalization and technology, and the role of workforce changes...
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The deleterious health and behavioral consequences of reporting to an abusive supervisor have been documented in past research. Furthermore, recent corporate scandals have led to increased pressure to hold employees accountable for their behaviors and decisions at work. This study examines the interactive effects of abusive supervision on experienc...

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