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New Editor-in-Chief, Christian Resick, begins 2020 by discussing the vision and mission for JOB.
JOB Publishing Workshops
The Journal of Organizational Behavior, in collaboration with the Organizational Behavior Research Group in the Department of Management, Monash Business School, and the Body, Heart, and Mind in Business Research Group at the University of Sydney, invite you to attend one of our upcoming one-day publishing workshops. The workshops will be held in-person on the campus of Monash University in Melbourne on Tuesday the 28th of March 2023 and on the campus of the University of Sydney in Sydney on Saturday the 1st of April 2023. The workshops will be led by JOB’s Editor-In-Chief Christian Resick from Drexel University (Philadelphia, USA).
The morning session will focus on strategies for writing impactful papers and navigating the publication process through a series of presentations and focused discussions. The afternoon session provides an opportunity for participants to develop and refine the introduction from a working paper, receive feedback, engage in group discussion, and learn more about the review process.
Learn more about the workshop in Melbourne. Learn more and the workshop in Sydney.
Call for Papers
Journal of Organizational Behavior publishes Special Issues on timely and innovative topics.
Want to know if we have a Special Issue suitable for your work? Click here to see all of our current Calls for Papers.
The Journal welcomes suitable submissions within the scope of each call.
Call for Proposals: ARCDI
Annual Review and Conceptual Development Issue (ARCDI)
We are pleased to announce a call for papers for the JOB Annual Review and Conceptual Development Issue. We welcome theory development papers and integrative reviews of the scientific literature which make a contribution to our understanding of the topic of interest, and highlight significant issues that require future development conceptually, empirically or methodologically.
See full details here.
Submission window: 4-22 December 2023
A multilevel model linking altruistic motivation to workplace safety: The role of servant leadership
-  27 November 2023
We were all in it together: Managing work from home as dual‐earner households with school‐age children
-  8 November 2023
Sexualize one, objectify all? The sexualization spillover effect on female job candidates
-  8 November 2023
How and when abusive supervision leads to recovery activities: The recovery paradox and the conservation of resources perspectives
-  7 November 2023
Authentic action: A recipe for success or a minefield?
-  1 November 2023
The following is a list of the most cited articles based on citations published in the last three years, according to CrossRef.
The measurement of experienced burnout
-  April 1981
Job demands, job resources, and their relationship with burnout and engagement: a multi‐sample study
-  30 March 2004
Self‐determination theory and work motivation
-  14 April 2005
Alumni and their alma mater: A partial test of the reformulated model of organizational identification
-  March 1992
The proactive component of organizational behavior: A measure and correlates
-  March 1993
- IssueVolume 44, Issue 91301-1485November 2023
- IssueVolume 44, Issue 81129-1300October 2023
- IssueVolume 44, Issue 6
Presenteeism at Work: Developments and Avenues for Future Research839-996July 2023Charmi Patel, Michal Biron, Sir Cary Cooper, Pawan S. Budhwar