Jun "Michelle" Yang

There are 13 included publications by Jun "Michelle" Yang :

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Corporate social responsibility and collective OCB: a social identification perspective 2019 32 Although plenty of evidence has shown a positive relationship between collective organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) and unit or organizational performance, the antecedents of collective OCB are still understudied. In this study, we identify co...
The effect of abusive supervision on employee deviant behaviors: an identity-based perspective 2018 49 Drawing on the identity perspective, we investigate the roles of organizational and moral identification in the relationship between abusive supervision and subordinates’ organizational deviance. By conducting a multiwave study of 182 subordinate–sup...
Forgiveness and attribution: when abusive supervision enhances performance 2020 73 Purpose: While much research shows that abusive supervision reduces employee performance, the purpose of this study is to reverse the lens to question how and under what circumstances abusive supervision leads to enhanced employee performance. The au...
How gender and political will affect employees’ social network embeddedness 2020 63 We examined the interaction between motivation (political will) and gender in affecting employees’ embeddedness of advice network. We found, for males, these with high political will have higher out-degree centrality than those with low political wil...
How individualism–collectivism influences consumer responses to the sharing economy: Consociality and promotional type 2019 26 With the explosion of online exchange of products, the sharing economy is experiencing ever-increasing growth. Despite the increasing popularity of lateral exchange market platforms as part of the sharing economy, research has not yet adequately inve...
The impact of follower narcissism and LMX perceptions on feeling envied and job performance 2019 39 Feeling envied is often an unfortunate consequence of excelling at one’s job. Despite much evidence that envied employees are the targets of resentment and hostility, little is known regarding the antecedents and consequences of feeling envied in the...
Justice and politics: mechanisms for the underlying relationships of role demands to employees' satisfaction and turnover intentions 2013 55 The present study examines the influence of ambiguity and conflict surrounding employees' job specifications on their dissatisfaction and withdrawal intentions in the workplace. A model is proposed, which introduces perceptions of organizational poli...
Moderating effect of employee political skill on the link between perceptions of a victimizing work environment and job performance 2017 58 Research has generally revealed only a weak link, if any at all, between victimization-related experiences and job performance. Drawing on the commonly used conservation of resources perspective, we argue that such inconsistent evidence in the organi...
Political skill and the job performance of bullies 2013 40 Purpose: Recent studies suggest that 84 percent of employees are affected in some manner by workplace bullies. The current study aims to integrate theory from social information processing and political skill to explain how bullies can successfully n...
The role of affective commitment and political skill in the work interfering with family (WIF) conflict–voluntary turnover relationship 2018 79 The present study explores how political skill affects an employee’s coping behavior in response to Work Interfering with Family (WIF) conflict. Applying Conservation of Resource theory, we argue that politically skilled individuals are more cognizan...
Social influence and interpersonal power in organizations: Roles of performance and political skill in two studies 2013 30 This two-study investigation framed performance as one potential form of influence that interacts with political skill to affect power assessments. It was hypothesized that favorable performance is more likely to be leveraged into higher levels of in...
A social influence interpretation of workplace ostracism and counterproductive work behavior 2018 102 We used social network analysis to examine a theoretical model exploring why, and under what circumstances, the perpetrators’ ostracizing behaviors are accurately perceived by the target employees. In turn, these perceptions of ostracism lead to the ...
Workplace ostracism and its negative outcomes: Psychological capital as a moderator 2016 107 Workplace ostracism, conceived as to being ignored or excluded by others, has attracted the attention of researchers in recent years. One essential topic in this area is how to reduce or even eliminate the negative consequences of workplace ostracism...