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When Good Employees Go Bad

Managers Need to Recognize When Employees are Giving Too Much

By Robin Gerrow

Have you had that moment of surprise when you find out your favorite co-worker or star employee ends up being the one guilty of an unexpected infraction at work? It could be that all the extra effort they put into their jobs is the real culprit.

Gabi Eissa, assistant professor of organizational behavior in the Department of Management at San Diego State University, and Scott W. Lester, professor in Management & Marketing at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, wondered what drove those good employees to engage in unethical behavior. Their findings, “How and When Good Soldiers Become Bad Apples: a Resource-Based Model,” will be presented at the Networking Reception, April 4, 6-8 p.m. at  the SIOP Annual Conference in National Harbor, Maryland just outside of Washington, DC....Read more 


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SIOP Conversation Series Welcomes Dr. Bob Eichinger

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Dr. Bob Eichinger, President of TeamTelligent, LLC and Senior Director of Solutions for MatrixInsights joins The SIOP Visibility Committee for the newest installment of the SIOP Conversation Series....Read more