jennifer harrison

Jennifer HARRISON

Le Havre

Professeure Associée en Gestion des Ressources Humaines

Présentation

Jennifer A. Harrison est professeure associée en comportement organisationnel et en gestion des ressources humaines et a rejoint l’EM Normandie en 2019. Elle est titulaire d’un PhD en Gestion des ressources humaines de York University de Toronto, Canada, obtenu en 2015. Sa thèse porte sur la gratitude entre les superviseurs et les subordonnés et le comportement éthique. Ses recherches portent sur le genre, la diversité et l'inclusion, le bien-être individuel, le rendement au travail et les perspectives de carrière des individus. Avant de commencer sa carrière dans la recherche, Jennifer a occupé divers postes stratégiques auprès de sociétés de conseil en gestion de taille moyenne, conseillant des sociétés du FP 100, ainsi que de petites et moyennes entreprises sélectionnées à forte croissance.

Expérience professionnelle

Depuis 2019 : enseignante-chercheuse en Gestion des Ressources Humaines, EM Normandie
2015-2019 : professeure assistante, NEOMA Business School 
2012-2014 :  professeure, Ontario Institute for Technology, Faculty of Business and Information Technology, Toronto, Canada
2014 : professeure, Trent University, Toronto, Canada
2010-2014 : professeure, York University, Toronto, Canada

Département
RH & Organisation
Matières enseignées
Ressources Humaines
Diplômes
2015 : PhD en Ressources humaines Management, York University, Toronto, Canada

Publications

  • Harrison, J. A 2015, 'The things I will do for you: Investigating gratitude's effects on prosocial rule breaking willingness in supervisor-subordinate relationships', PhD en ressources humaines management, York University, Toronto, Canada.

    2015

    Thèse de doctorat/HDR

  • Harrison, J, Budworth, M-H & Stone, T 2023, 'Helping as an Opportunity and Risk: An Alternative Side to Gratitude in Co-worker Dyads', Personnel Review, Vol. 52 No. 7, pp. 1807-1822. FNEGE : 3 ; ABS : 2 ; HCERES: B.

    2023

    Articles académiques

  • Harrison, J.A, Budworth, M.H & Halinski, M 2021, 'Trait gratitude and job search: The mediating role of perceived employability', Career Development International, vol. 26 No. 2, pp. 238-251.  FNEGE : 4 ; HCERES : C ; ABS : 2.

    2021

    Articles académiques

  • Halinski, M & Harrison, J.A 2020, 'The job resources-engagement relationship: the role of location', International Journal of Public Sector Management, vol. 33 No. 6/7, pp. 681-695. CNRS : 3 ; FNEGE : 4 ; HCERES : B. 

    2020

    Articles académiques

  • Budworth, M. H, Harrison, J. A & Chummar, S 2019, "Beyond feedback: understanding how feedforward can support employee development." Journal of Management Development, vol. 38(1), pp. 46-57. CNRS 4; FNEGE 4

    2019

    Articles académiques

  • Harrison, J.A, Boekhorst, J.A & Yu, Y 2018, "HPWS and climate for inclusion: A moral  legitimacy lens". Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, vol. 37.5, pp. 491-505. CNRS, FNEGE.

    2018

    Articles académiques

  • Harrison, J.A, Singh, P & Frawley, S 2018, "What does employee ownership  effectiveness look like? The case of a Canadian-based firm". Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences/Revue Canadienne des Sciences de l'Administration, vol. 35, pp. 5-19. CNRS 3; FNEGE 3 

    2018

    Articles académiques

  • Frawley, S & Harrison, J.A 2016, "A social role perspective on trust repair". Journal of Management Development, vol. 35(8), pp. 1045-1055. CNRS 4; FNEGE 4.

    2016

    Articles académiques

  • Stone, T.H, Foster, J, Webster, B, Harrison, J.A & Jawahar, J 2016, "Gender  differences in supervisors’ multi-dimensional performance ratings: Large sample evidence". Human Performance, vol. 29(5), pp. 428-446. CNRS; FNEGE 3

    2016

    Articles académiques

  • Samnani, A. K, Boekhorst, J.A & Harrison, J. A 2016, "Institutional-level bullying:  Exploring workplace bullying during union organizing drives". Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, vol. 89(2), pp. 377–395. CNRS 2; FNEGE 2.

    2016

    Articles académiques

  • Manroop, L & Harrison, J.A 2016, "The ethics portfolio: Building and promoting ethical  culture in an organization". In T. Issa and R. Wolf (Eds.), Leadership and Personnel  Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, IGI Global: pp. 1-30. 

    2016

    Articles académiques

  • Harrison, J. A & Budworth, M. H 2015, "Unintended consequences of a digital presence: Hiring-related implications for job seekers". Career Development International, vol. 20(4), pp. 294-314. CNRS; FNEGE 4.

    2015

    Articles académiques

  • Manroop, L, Boekhorst, J. A & Harrison, J. A 2013, "The influence of cross-cultural  differences on job interview selection décisions". The International Journal of Human Resource Management, vol. 24(18), pp. 3512-3533. CNRS 3; FNEGE 3.

    2013

    Articles académiques

  • Samnani, A. K, Boekhorst, J. A & Harrison, J. A 2013, "The acculturation process: Antecedents, strategies, and outcomes". Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, vol. 86(2), pp. 166-183. CNRS  2; FNEGE 2. 

    2013

    Articles académiques

  • Samnani, A. K, Boekhorst, J. A & Harrison, J. A 2012, "Acculturation strategy and  individual outcomes: Cultural diversity implications for human resource management". Human Resource Management Review, vol. 22(4), pp. 323-335. CNRS 3; FNEGE 2.

    2012

    Articles académiques

  • Harrison, J 2023, 'Message from the incoming Editor-in-Chief', Career Development International, vol. 3, p. 1 (editorial).

    2023

    Autres contributions académiques

  • Ito, Ai, Harrison, J.A. & Bligh, M. 2023, 'Opening up: New theory and evidence on the role of self-disclosure in organizations', AOM - Academy of Management annual conference, Boston, USA, August 3-8.
     

    2023

    Conférences académiques

  • Babalola, B., Qu, Y., Ali, M., Harrison, J.A., & Usman, M 2023, 'A Reparatory Model of Ethical Silence ', AOM - Academy of Management annual conference, Boston, USA, August 3-8.
     

    2023

    Conférences académiques

  • Halinski, M., Harrison, J.A., & Boekhorst, J.A.2023, 'Looking before Leaping: The Impact of Work Engagement on Passive Job Search', AOM - Academy of Management annual conference, Boston, USA, August 3-8.
     

    2023

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J, Bkigh, M & Kakarika, M 2022, 'To help or hinder? Female leaders’ behavioral reactions toward gossip targets', 5th IPL Symposium, Mykonos, Greece, May 2-7.
     

    2022

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J, Bkigh, M & Kakarika, M 2022, 'Leader-to-follower prosocial gossip: exploring why and how followers react', 5th IPL Symposium, Mykonos, Greece, May 2-7.
     

    2022

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J.A, Al-Shatti, E & Budworth, M 2021, 'Impression management by association and online networking outcomes during early careers', International Congress of Applied Psychology, Prague, Czech Republic, July 18.

    2021

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J 2021, 'Examining Gratitude’s Role in Moral Partiality for Divergent Help Within Leader-Follower Dyads', 81st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, July 29 - August 4. 
     

    2021

    Conférences académiques

  • Halinksi, M & Harrison, J.A 2020, ‘Engaging to disengage? The role of job search behaviors in work engagement and job crafting’, AOM Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, August 7-11. (virtual).

    2020

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J.A, Halinski, M & Al-Shatti, E 2020, ‘In good company? Impression management by association and career outcomes for student job seekers’, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada annual conference, St John’s, Canada, June 12-15.

    2020

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J.A, Budworth, M.H & Halinksi, M 2019, "Exploring the role of  gratitude in predicting job search behavior". European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, 29 May - 1 June. Turin, Italy.

    2019

    Conférences académiques

  • Halinski, M & Harrison, J.A 2019, "Revealing parents’ supportive job search behaviors". Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Niagara Falls, ON.  

    2019

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J.A, Boekhorst, J.A & Halinski, M 2019, "Departing from the status  quo: Examining the interactive effects of work engagement and gratitude on prosocial rule Breaking". European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, 29 May - 1 June, Turin, Italy. 

    2019

    Conférences académiques

  • Halinski, M & Harrison, J.A 2018, "Engaging employees near and far: A field  investigation of employee engagement and proximity to head office". Southern Management Association Annual Meeting, Lexington, KY.

    2018

    Conférences académiques

  • Halinksi, M & Harrison, J.A 2018, "Employee engagement in distributed offices:  Interactive effects of job resources". “Distances in Organizations" Workshop at McGill University, September, Montreal, QC. 

    2018

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J.A, Kakarika, M & Bligh, M.C 2018, "Leader gossip and follower  indebtedness: A social exchange perspective". 3rdInternational Leadership Symposium, Crete, Greece,  May 25-29. 

    2018

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J.A, Budworth, M.H & Halinksi, M 2018,"Increasing job search gratitude among business school students". International Congress of Applied Psychology, Montreal, QC, May.
     

    2018

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J.A & Budworth, M.H 2017, "Prosocial rule-breaking as a dyadic consequence  of gratitude in supervisor-subordinate relationships". Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Montreal, QC. 

    2017

    Conférences académiques

  • Ito, A, Harrison, J.A & Bligh, M.C 2017, "Unveiling the curtain: A social identity  perspective on leader self-disclosure and positive effects on followers' perceptions of climate for inclusion". International Leadership Association, Brussels, Belgium. 

    2017

    Conférences académiques

  • Budworth, M.H, Harrison, J.A & Chummar, S 2017 "The feedforward interview: Improving relationships to improve performance". European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, Dublin, Ireland. 

    2017

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J.A & Budworth, M.H 2015, "Manipulating gratitude in supervisor-subordinate relationships: A test across three independent samples". European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, Oslo, Norway, May.
     

    2015

    Conférences académiques

  • Budworth, M.H & Harrison, J.A 2015, "Youth unemployment: A field test of two interventions for increasing self-efficacy". European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, Oslo, Norway, May.
     

    2015

    Conférences académiques

  • Budworth, M.H & Harrison, J.A 2014, "Methods for studying phenomenon online: Finding a digital sample". International Congress of Applied Psychology, Paris, France, July.

    2014

    Conférences académiques

  • Boekhorst, J. A & Harrison, J. A 2013, "The role of shared perceptions of morally  legitimate HRM practices in fostering a climate of inclusion and voice behaviours". Canadian Industrial Relations Association Conference, Toronto, ON.    

    2013

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J.A & Budworth, M.H 2013, "Unintended consequences of an online  presence: Effects on hiring-related décisions". Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

    2013

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J. A, Singh, P & Latham, S 2013, "Antecedents to HR reputation and group- level performance: An affective theory perspective". Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

    2013

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J.A 2013, "More than an emotion: An exploration of boredom among highly  skilled professionals". Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Calgary, AB

    2013

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J.A & Singh, P 2013, "Where’s the ‘employee’ in employee ownership  research? Uncovering employee perceptions of a profit sharing culture". Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Calgary, AB. 

    2013

    Conférences académiques

  • Manroop, L, Boekhorst, J.A & Harrison, J.A 2012, "The influence of cross-cultural  differences on interview judgment and evaluation". Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, St John’s, NFLD.

    2012

    Conférences académiques

  • Samnani, A, Boekhorst, J.A & Harrison, J.A 2011, "Fitting in or standing out?  Understanding minority patterns of assimilation or distinctiveness". Southern Management Association, Savannah, GA.

    2011

    Conférences académiques

  • Harrison, J & Obermoeller, A 2021, 'Comment le travail à distance peut-il accroître l’engagement des salariés ?', in Aubry, M & Sow, M.S. ‘La transformation digitale en entreprise, 100 questions/réponses’, les éditions Ellipses, pp. 280-282.

    2021

    Ouvrages de recherche et Chapitres d'ouvrage

  • Ito, A, Harrison, J, Bligh, M & Roland-Lévy, C 2020, 'A follower-centric perspective on charismatic leadership', In J.P. Zúquete (Ed.), Routledge International Handbook of Charisma, pp. 324 – 336.

    2020

    Ouvrages de recherche et Chapitres d'ouvrage

  • Harrison, J 2021, 'Gratitude and job search among business school students', Vidéo FNEGE-Médias, 18 août.

    2021

    Vidéos de vulgarisation