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1.  Bertrand, Audrin ; Eric, Davoine ; Jean-Claude, Métraux
Losses and mourning processes of digitalization of organizational members: the case of checkout automation in Swiss retailing
  Volume XXVII, Numéro XXX, 2021, pp. 2021   Plus de détails
2.  Olivier, Braun ; Agnès, Cecarrelli ; Christine, Morin-Esteves
The contribution of local NGOs to the credibility of social reporting
  Volume XXVII, Numéro XXX, 2021, pp. 2021   Plus de détails
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  Volume XXIX, Numéro 77, 2023, pp. 2023   Plus de détails
4.  Andrée-Anne, Deschênes
Person/environment fit through the lens of human resource management professionals
  Volume XXIX, Numéro 76, 2023, pp. 2023   Plus de détails
5.  Patrice, Cailleba ; Nicolas, DUFOUR
Understanding ambiguity strategies of professional clients generating corruption risk: a research-intervention case in the banking sector
  Volume XXIX, Numéro 76, 2023, pp. 2023   Plus de détails
6.  Alexis, ABELI ; Claire, DUPONT
Recognition at work: from fulfillment to frustration
  Volume XXIX, Numéro 76, 2023, pp. 2023   Plus de détails
7.  Romain, Lonceint
Managing organisational paradoxes through conciliation: a metaphorical analysis based on legal conciliation
  Volume XXIX, Numéro 76, 2023, pp. 2023   Plus de détails
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Organizational Justice in Employment Interviews: Addressing the Justice Paradox
  Volume XXIX, Numéro 76, 2023, pp. 2023   Plus de détails
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The Intensification of Workplaces: From the Temporalities of Scene to Plateau
  Volume XXVIII, Numéro 75, 2022, pp. 2022   Plus de détails
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Placing a workers’ resistance movement against factory closure
  Volume XXVIII, Numéro 75, 2022, pp. 2022   Plus de détails
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(In)visibility in new workspaces: the experience of telecommuting during the COVID19 crisis revisited through the lens of recognition theories
  Volume XXVIII, Numéro 75, 2022, pp. 2022   Plus de détails
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Communitech and the dynamics of innovation commons within a collaborative space
  Volume XXVIII, Numéro 75, 2022, pp. 2022   Plus de détails
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How can solidarity be enacted in the space? The case of a coworking space for solidarity entrepreneurs
  Volume XXVIII, Numéro 75, 2022, pp. 2022   Plus de détails
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The struggle for places: study of top managers’ behavior to maintain their spatial privilege
  Volume XXVIII, Numéro 75, 2022, pp. 2022   Plus de détails
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From the fragmentation of work spaces to the design of a space-place of work: how to make the whole work experience visible?
  Volume XXVIII, Numéro 75, 2022, pp. 2022   Plus de détails
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Control by and within space: an inter-organizational perspective in the healthcare sector
  Volume XXVIII, Numéro 75, 2022, pp. 2022   Plus de détails
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Zero long-term unemployed territories: A territorial experiment in the light of its proximities
  Volume XXVIII, Numéro 75, 2022, pp. 2022   Plus de détails
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Organizational Spaces and Behaviors: new organizations, new theorizations, new concerns
  Volume XXVIII, Numéro 75, 2022, pp. 2022   Plus de détails
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Status quo and loss aversion: Are people less conservative to avoid a loss?
  Volume XXVIII, Numéro 74, 2022, pp. 2022   Plus de détails
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Rethinking charismatic leadership in organizations: an evolutionary approach
  Volume XXVIII, Numéro 74, 2022, pp. 2022   Plus de détails
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Special Issue: Vol.XXIX, Num. 77 ( 2023)
From telework to hybridity: a new way of thinking about our organizations?
Guest editors: Emmanuel, Abord de Chatillon ; Denis, Chênevert ; Nathalie, Delobbe ; David, Giauque ; Emilie, Vayre
Deadline : 10/11/2022
All around the world, the Covid-19 health crisis has forced companies to reorganize work abruptly, quickly and deeply, and telework has become a systematic work modality for many employees in a few days. This increase in telework is likely to continue. Indeed, if telework is a suitable answer to confinement and crisis situations, it also answers other demands of our society, such as the will to reduce real estate costs for companies, the ecological and economical wish to reduce travels, or the expectations of employees in terms of life balance and autonomy. This evolution is underway, but it is not without profoundly changing the way we work, both individually and collectively. This special issue aims at answering the different empirical and theoretical questions that arise around the capa ...
Special Issue: Vol.XXIX, Num. CFP_SI_SANTE ( 2023)
Health Behaviour, Personal and Organisational Health in the Age of Covid 19
Guest editors: Ann, Langley ; Anne-Laure,GATIGNON TURNAU
Deadline : 31/01/2023
The purpose of this special issue is to bring together contributions on health issues, to provide an overview and to reflect on the relevance of structuring the field of organisational behaviour around the theme of health. The contributions can be situated at the different traditional levels of analysis of the field of organisational behaviour: individuals, groups, organisations, as well as in the links within and between these different levels. ...
Special Issue: Vol.XXIX, Num. CPF_SI_INCLUSION ( 2023)
The inclusive Organization
Guest editors: Elise, Bonneveux ; Séverine, Ventolini
Deadline : 13/03/2022
Inclusion has become a central issue for organizations in terms of CSR, employer image and management (Kele et al., 2022). In this special issue, we will value all types of theoretical or empirical contributions, quantitative, qualitative or both. Several levels of analysis, micro-, meso- and macro-organizational (Adamson et al, 2021) can be proposed, the goal being to have a global but also fine understanding of the inclusive organization. First of all, contributions around the conditions that foster a sense of inclusion are expected. A second type of contribution is expected in a comparison of the concept of inclusion and organizational behaviors as well as the social performance of organizations. The contributions can also, to some extent, be articulated around the power dynamics at pla ...
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