Lauren Park

Lauren Park
SAP SuccessFactors

Doctor of Philosophy

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Organizational policies and practices related to workforce diversity and inclusion have implications for employees of all backgrounds. With the changing composition of faith identities in the workforce, organizations must change to meet the needs of employees of all faith identities, including employees who do not identify with a faith tradition. A...
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Purpose Incivility is pervasive in organisational settings, particularly in healthcare, and is associated with negative employee outcomes. The aim of this study was to analyse the relationships between experienced incivility, sleep quality and emotional outcomes, positioning sleep quality as a mediator. Additionally, the protective role of tenure a...
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Incivility and its negative impacts on individuals, teams, and organizations have been widely studied in workplace contexts, but the literature lacks a comprehensive understanding of incivility from the instigator's perspective. This meta-analysis of instigated incivility included 35,344 workers from 76 independent samples. Results showed that inst...
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One’s religious beliefs are often both extremely important to one’s self-concept and potentially highly stigmatized by others, particularly in workplace contexts. What is lacking is an understanding of how aspects of religious identity (e.g., centrality, intrinsic/extrinsic orientation) contribute to disclosure at work. In this study, 134 participa...
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We introduce a theoretical framework of lesbian disclosure of sexual orientation in workplace contexts. Existing empirical research suggests (1) that disclosing one’s sexual orientation results in positive, negative, and neutral workplace outcomes; and (2) that scholarship focused specifically on lesbian disclosure in workplace contexts is relative...
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The success of healthcare organizations depends on cooperation among patients, doctors, and nurses. These interpersonal interactions come with costs associated with managing one’s emotions in ways that are in line with completing job tasks effectively, especially as past research has demonstrated that nurses are likely to experience and respond to...
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Managing religious diversity is becoming increasingly important as changes emerge in the global religious landscape and younger generations enter the workforce. We examined differences in employees’ outcomes and attitudes based on their employers’ approaches to managing religious diversity. Results showed that faith-friendly organizations - those t...
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This study examined how peer pressure influences participant’s attribution of blame to Black or White youth committing a crime. Participants read one of four scenarios in which a Black or White male (Kevin), who was or was not under peer pressure, stole a bicycle. To measure the amount of blame participants assigned to the adolescent, they complete...

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This NWCOHS-funded project will examine emotional labor in the nursing profession.