Jenny Baker / Monday, September 30, 2019 / Categories: 572 Members in the Media Mariah Clawson Awareness of I-O psychology has been on the rise thanks to articles written by and featuring our SIOP members. These are member media mentions found from July 1, 2019 through August 30, 2019. We scan the media on a regular basis but sometimes articles fall through our net. If we’ve missed your or a colleague’s media mention, please send them to us! We push them on our social media and share them in this column, which you can use to find potential collaborators, spark ideas for research, and keep up with your fellow I-O practitioners. Gender & Diversity Issues Adam Grant says female candidates who interrupt can be deemed too aggressive. Eduardo Salas, Christina Lacerenza, Allison Traylor, and team are studying challenges facing women in STEM careers. Popular Press Topics Nancy Doyle’s documentary series, The Employables on A&E, follows individuals with conditions such as autism or Tourette Syndrome’s as they experience the highs and lows of finding a job. There are two differing ways people process death, according to Zhenyu Yuan, Lisa Baranik, and Robert Sinclair. Steven Rogelberg’s book The Surprising Science of Meetings is on Strategy+Business’ summer “top 10” reading guide. Employee Management, Motivation, and Turnover Liz Supinski says external workers are not anxious to become internal workers. The best thing people can do during a holiday weekend is separate themselves from work, says Chu-Hsiang Chang. Patricia Grabarek explains how technology and best practices can help alleviate the risk of employee burnout. Cognitive ability is a better measurement of job performance than emotional intelligence, according to Adam Grant. Sharon K. Parker and Ying (Lena) Wang suggest when to take initiative at work. Employee Burnout, Work−Life Balance Mikki Hebl explains why you may be missing benefits of true friendship. Adam Grant highlights the overlap between your happiness and the world’s needs. Employees who doubt their abilities are likely to have problems with work and family life, according to Lisa Sublett and Lisa Penney. Mindy Shoss, Rebecca Thompson, and Alper Kayaalp share how employers can reduce work-related stress. Jan P. de Jonge says burnout is worsened by the daily commute to and from work. Margaret Beier, Jackie Torres, Gwenith Fisher, and Lauren Wallace found when an older worker’s mental abilities and job demands don’t match, early retirement becomes more likely. Leadership, Management, and Organizational Culture Jeremy Wortman shares how science can help hire the right employees. Nathan Mondragon asks if companies should hire for culture fit and if so, how. Organizations with a high level of trust have less gossip and rumors, Ronald Riggio says. Alexander Alonso’s new book explores everyday annoyances and the perils of workplace pettiness. Juergen Deller says it’s beneficial for companies to make changes to keep people on board. Arthur Brief and Amy Wrzesniewski explore the purpose of work. Print 2071 Rate this article: No rating Comments are only visible to subscribers.