Steven Grover
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Who appreciates family‐responsive human resource policies: The impact of family‐friendly policies on the organizational attachment of parents and non‐parents
SL Grover, KJ Crooker
Personnel psychology 48 (2), 271-288, 1995
Layoffs, job insecurity, and survivors' work effort: Evidence of an inverted-U relationship
J Brockner, S Grover, TF Reed, RL Dewitt
Academy of Management journal 35 (2), 413-425, 1992
Survivors' reactions to layoffs: We get by with a little help for our friends
J Brockner, S Grover, T Reed, R DeWitt, M O'Malley
Administrative science quarterly, 526-541, 1987
The effects of negative affectivity, hierarchical status, and self-determination on workplace victimization
K Aquino, SL Grover, M Bradfield, DG Allen
Academy of management journal 42 (3), 260-272, 1999
When it is especially important to explain why: Factors affecting the relationship between managers' explanations of a layoff and survivors' reactions to the layoff
J Brockner, RL DeWitt, S Grover, T Reed
Journal of experimental social psychology 26 (5), 389-407, 1990
Does one good turn deserve another? Coworker influences on employee citizenship
WH Bommer, EW Miles, SL Grover
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2003
Predictors of survivors' job involvement following layoffs: A field study.
J Brockner, SL Grover, MD Blonder
Journal of applied psychology 73 (3), 436, 1988
Mindfulness as a personal resource to reduce work stress in the job demands‐resources model
SL Grover, STT Teo, D Pick, M Roche
Stress and Health 33 (4), 426-436, 2017
The moderating effect of self-esteem in reaction to voice: Converging evidence from five studies.
J Brockner, L Heuer, PA Siegel, B Wiesenfeld, C Martin, S Grover, T Reed, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 75 (2), 394, 1998
Threat of future layoffs, self‐esteem, and survivors' reactions: Evidence from the laboratory and the field
J Brockner, S Grover, MN O'Malley, TF Reed, MA Glynn
Strategic Management Journal 14 (S1), 153-166, 1993
Lying, deceit, and subterfuge: A model of dishonesty in the workplace
SL Grover
Organization science 4 (3), 478-495, 1993
When push doesn't come to shove: Interpersonal forgiveness in workplace relationships
K Aquino, SL Grover, B Goldman, R Folger
Journal of Management Inquiry 12 (3), 209-216, 2003
Predicting the perceived fairness of parental leave policies.
SL Grover
Journal of Applied Psychology 76 (2), 247, 1991
Psychological capital as a personal resource in the JD-R model
SL Grover, STT Teo, D Pick, M Roche, CJ Newton
Personnel Review 47 (4), 968-984, 2018
Interactive effect of job content and context on the reactions of layoff survivors.
J Brockner, BM Wiesenfeld, T Reed, S Grover, C Martin
Journal of personality and social psychology 64 (2), 187, 1993
Unraveling respect in organization studies
SL Grover
Human Relations 67 (1), 27-51, 2014
Why professionals lie: The impact of professional role conflict on reporting accuracy
SL Grover
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 55 (2), 251-272, 1993
Why does leader integrity matter to followers? An uncertainty management-based explanation
RH Moorman, S Grover
International journal of leadership studies 5 (2), 102-114, 2009
The influence of role conflict and self-interest on lying in organizations
SL Grover, C Hui
Journal of Business Ethics 13, 295-303, 1994
The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth: The causes and management of workplace lying
SL Grover
Academy of Management Perspectives 19 (2), 148-157, 2005
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