Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie et de Gestion des Comportements Organisationnels (RIPCO)
On 9 June, 2023, RIPCO is organizing its 4th Research Day. All topics are welcome as long as they fall within the scope of Organizational Behavior (OB), This year the Focus of the Day will be on the behavior of employees and the organizations that employ them in the face of climate and environmental change. Read more about SUBMIT
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 Professor Alain Lacroux joins the Ripco editorial team
We are thrilled to announce the addition of Prof. Alain Lacroux to the editorial team at Ripco. With his extensive experience and well-established expertise in the field, Prof. Lacroux will bring valuable insights and fresh perspectives to our team. His dedication and passion for research have made him a prominent figure in his domain, and we are eager to collaborate with him on future editorial projects. We believe that Prof. Alain Lacroux's arrival will further strengthen our mission to promote and disseminate the most innovative and relevant research work. We extend a warm welcome to Prof. Lacroux and look forward to embarking on this exciting new journey together.

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 Closing of the Call for Papers for the Special Issue on Inclusive Organizations
We are pleased to announce that the Call for Papers for the Special Issue on Inclusive Organizations has received a great number of submissions, and is now closed. We would like to thank all authors who submitted their work for consideration. The high number of submissions is a testament to the importance and relevance of the topic, and we are confident that this will guarantee a high scholarly quality for this special issue. We look forward to beginning the review process of the submitted proposals and publishing the outcomes in the near future. We would like to remind contributors that the academic quality of all submissions will be rigorously assessed in accordance with our quality standards. Thank you again to all contributors for their interest and commitment to this process.

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 The 2023 Ripco Research Day has been accredited by the FNEGE
The Collège de Labellisation des Colloques de la FNEGE has given a very favourable opinion for the labelling of the Ripco 2023 Research Day. Comments from the members of the College: the call for papers is accurate, with well presented sub-themes. It is complemented by an extensive supporting bibliography. The paper selection process is in line with the usual research rules. The research output supported by the RIPCO is interesting and corresponds to a field of interest to be developed in management sciences ...

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Just released
Volume XXIX | Numéro 76 | 2023 | Regular Issue
Organizational Justice in Employment Interviews: Addressing the Justice Paradox
Managing organisational paradoxes through conciliation: a metaphorical analysis based on legal conciliation
Recognition at work: from fulfillment to frustration
Alexis ABELI, Claire DUPONT
Understanding ambiguity strategies of professional clients generating corruption risk: a research-intervention case in the banking sector
Patrice CAILLEBA, Nicolas DUFOUR
Person/environment fit through the lens of human resource management professionals
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Under press
Volume XXIX | Numéro 77 | 2023 | Special Issue
From telework to hybridity: a new way of thinking about our organizations?
Guest éditor(s): Emmanuel, Abord de Chatillon ; Denis, Chênevert ; Nathalie, Delobbe ; David, Giauque ; Emilie, Vayre
The impact of forced telework on employees' well-being at work. An exploratory study carried out during the first containment in France.
Claudie RIBEROLLES, Cathy KROHMER, Christophe BARET
Perceptions of Work–Life Balance and Coworker Support Promote Teleworker Well-Being: Survey of the Swiss Public Sector During COVID-19
Charlotte DE BOER
Valentine DONZELOT
Well-being on teleworking: do we still need a supervisor?
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