Jennifer HARRISON

Jennifer Harrison

Associate Professor in Human Resources Management

Jennifer HARRISON
Discipline department
HR & Organisation
Teaching area
Human Resources
Bio
Jennifer A. Harrison is an Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management. She joined EM Normandie in 2019. She has a PhD in human resource management from York University, Toronto, Canada, awarded in 2015. Her thesis is on gratitude in supervisor-subordinate relationships and behavioural ethics. Her research interests are gender, diversity and inclusion, personal wellbeing, performance in the workplace and the career prospects of individuals. Before launching her research career, Jennifer held various strategic positions in medium-sized management consulting firms, advising FP 100 companies, as well as select high-growth small and medium-sized enterprises.
Degrees
2015 : PhD in Human Resource Management, York University, Toronto, Canada
Professional experience

Since 2019 : associate professor in human resources management, EM Normandie 
2015-2019 : assistant professor, NEOMA Business School
2012-2014 :  adjunct professor, Ontario Institute for Technology, Faculty of Business and Information Technology, Toronto, Canada 
2014 : adjunct professor, Trent University, Toronto, Canada
2010-2014 : adjunct professor, York University, Toronto, Canada 

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+33 (0)2 78 34 04 66
jharrison@em-normandie.fr

Publications

Publications

Year of publication

Type

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 in human resource management, York University, Toronto, Canada.

2015
PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Halinski, M & Harrison, J.A 2020, 'the job resources-engagement relationship: the role of location', International Journal of Public Sector Management, online le 24/08/2020. CNRS : 3 ; FNEGE : 4 ; HCERES : B. 

2020
Academic articles

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
Academic articles

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
Academic articles

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
Academic articles

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
Academic articles

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
Academic articles

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
Academic articles

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
Academic articles

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
Academic articles