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william d. reisel
william d. reisel
Joseph Adams Professor of Management, St. John's University
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The effects of job insecurity on job satisfaction, organizational citizenship behavior, deviant behavior, and negative emotions of employees
WD Reisel, TM Probst, SL Chia, CM Maloles, CJ König
International Studies of Management & Organization 40 (1), 74-91, 2010
5172010
The influence of supportive leadership and job characteristics on work alienation: A six-country investigation
M Banai, WD Reisel
Journal of World Business 42 (4), 463-476, 2007
3422007
We aren't your reincarnation!” workplace motivation across X, Y and Z generations
AB Mahmoud, L Fuxman, I Mohr, WD Reisel, N Grigoriou
International Journal of Manpower 42 (1), 193-209, 2021
3122021
A managerial and personal control model: Predictions of work alienation and organizational commitment in Hungary
M Banai, WD Reisel, TM Probst
Journal of International Management 10 (3), 375-392, 2004
2702004
Expatriate managers' loyalty to the MNC: Myth or reality? An exploratory study
M Banai, WD Reisel
Journal of International Business Studies 24, 233-248, 1993
1341993
Job insecurity spillover to key account management: Negative effects on performance, effectiveness, adaptiveness, and esprit de corps
WD Reisel, SL Chia, CM Maloles Iii
Journal of Business and Psychology 19, 483-503, 2005
1262005
The reincarnation of work motivation: Millennials vs older generations
AB Mahmoud, WD Reisel, N Grigoriou, L Fuxman, I Mohr
International Sociology 35 (4), 393-414, 2020
1052020
The effects of job insecurity on satisfaction and perceived organizational performance
WD Reisel, SL Chia, CM Maloles III, JW Slocum Jr
Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 14 (2), 106-116, 2007
1022007
Comparison of a multidimensional and a global measure of job insecurity: Predicting job attitudes and work behaviors
WD Reisel, M Banai
Psychological reports 90 (3), 913-922, 2002
972002
A motivational standpoint of job insecurity effects on organizational citizenship behaviors: A generational study
AB Mahmoud, WD Reisel, L Fuxman, I Mohr
Scandinavian journal of psychology 62 (2), 267-275, 2021
902021
Relating patient satisfaction to nurses' job satisfaction, job security, and obedience OCBs
A Bassam Mahmoud, W D. Reisel
International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing 8 (1), 47-61, 2014
792014
Understanding the relationship between job insecurity and performance: hindrance or challenge effect?
B Piccoli, WD Reisel, H De Witte
Journal of Career Development 48 (2), 150-165, 2021
722021
Job insecurity and discretionary behaviors: Social exchange perspective versus group value model
B Piccoli, H De Witte, WD Reisel
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 58 (1), 69-79, 2017
632017
A generational study of employees’ customer orientation: a motivational viewpoint in pandemic time
AB Mahmoud, N Grigoriou, L Fuxman, WD Reisel, D Hack-Polay, I Mohr
Journal of Strategic Marketing 30 (8), 746-763, 2022
562022
Would you trust your foreign manager? An empirical investigation
M Banai, WD Reisel
International Journal of Human Resource Management 10 (3), 477-487, 1999
561999
Who’s more vulnerable? A generational investigation of COVID-19 perceptions’ effect on Organisational citizenship Behaviours in the MENA region: job insecurity …
AB Mahmoud, D Hack-Polay, WD Reisel, L Fuxman, N Grigoriou, I Mohr, ...
BMC Public Health 21, 1-17, 2021
432021
Locus of control as a moderator of the effects of COVID‐19 perceptions on job insecurity, psychosocial, organisational, and job outcomes for MENA region hospitality employees
AB Mahmoud, WD Reisel, L Fuxman, D Hack‐Polay
European Management Review 19 (2), 313-332, 2022
422022
Job insecurity revisited: reformulating with affect
WD Reisel, M Banai
Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management 4 (1), 2016
402016
A test of control–alienation theory among Cuban workers
M Banai, WD Reisel
Management Research: Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management 1 (3 …, 2003
302003
No one is safe! But who’s more susceptible? Locus of control moderates pandemic perceptions’ effects on job insecurity and psychosocial factors amongst MENA …
AB Mahmoud, WD Reisel, D Hack-Polay, L Fuxman
BMC Public Health 21, 1-13, 2021
262021
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