Human Relations

(The TQCC of Human Relations is 10. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Collective dimensions of leadership: Connecting theory and method71
Critical Essay: The reconciliation of fraternal twins: Integrating the psychological and sociological approaches to ‘micro’ corporate social responsibility67
Environmentally specific transformational leadership and team pro-environmental behaviors: The roles of pro-environmental goal clarity, pro-environmental harmonious passion, and power distance61
Unravelling the antecedents of loneliness in the workplace47
Egoistic norms, organizational identification, and the perceived ethicality of unethical pro-organizational behavior: A moral maturation perspective42
Survey response rates: Trends and a validity assessment framework39
We have emotions but can’t show them! Authoritarian leadership, emotion suppression climate, and team performance37
Transforming corporate social responsibilities: Toward an intellectual activist research agenda for micro-CSR research37
Identity work in refugee workforce integration: The role of newcomer support organizations35
Diversity of social ties and creativity: Creative self-efficacy as mediator and tie strength as moderator35
Be smart, play dumb? A transactional perspective on day-specific knowledge hiding, interpersonal conflict, and psychological strain34
Rethinking history and memory in organization studies: The case for historiographical reflexivity34
Paradigm warriors: Advancing a radical ecosystems view of collective leadership from an Indigenous Māori perspective33
Co-worker reactions to i-deals through the lens of social comparison: The role of fairness and emotions33
Investigating the interplay between formal and informal leaders in a shared leadership configuration: A multimodal conversation analytical study31
The affective commons of Coworking31
Microphones, not megaphones: Functional crowdworker voice regimes on digital work platforms30
How work redesign interventions affect performance: An evidence-based model from a systematic review30
‘I could help, but . . .’: A dynamic sensemaking model of workplace bullying bystanders29
Post-failure impression management: A typology of entrepreneurs’ public narratives after business closure28
Studying collective leadership: The road ahead28
Thriving at work but insomniac at home: Understanding the relationship between supervisor bottom-line mentality and employee functioning28
Learning from supervisor negative gossip: The reflective learning process and performance outcome of employee receivers27
Bridging competing demands through co-leadership? Potential and limitations27
Organization change failure, deep structures and temporality: Appreciating Wonderland26
Identities in and around organizations: Towards an identity work perspective26
The possibility of disalienated work: Being at home in alternative organizations25
Ethics, politics and embodied imagination in crafting scientific knowledge25
The hegemonic ambiguity of big concepts in organization studies24
Strategy-in-Practices: A process philosophical approach to understanding strategy emergence and organizational outcomes24
Navigating identities in global work: Antecedents and consequences of intrapersonal identity conflict21
The dimensional structure of transparency: A construct validation of transparency as disclosure, clarity, and accuracy in organizations21
The interactive effects of socialization tactics and work locus of control on newcomer work adjustment, job embeddedness, and voluntary turnover20
The politics of (in)visibility displays: Ultra-Orthodox women manoeuvring within and between visibility regimes20
Organizational change failure: Framing the process of failing19
On the dynamics of failure in organizational change: A dialectical perspective18
Epistemic injustice and hegemonic ordeal in management and organization studies: Advancing Black scholarship18
Aligning to disadvantage: How corporate political activity and strategic homophily create path dependence in the firm18
Responding to imposed job redesign: The evolving dynamics of work and identity in restructuring professional identity18
Hope labour and the psychic life of cultural work18
Making sense of organisational change failure: An identity lens18
How do people judge fairness in supervisor and peer relationships? Another assessment of the dimensions of justice18
Is the bottom line reached? An exploration of supervisor bottom-line mentality, team performance avoidance goal orientation and team performance17
Neither timeless, nor placeless: Control of food delivery gig work via place-based working time regimes17
Is ‘be yourself’ always the best advice? The moderating effect of team ethical climate and the mediating effects of vigor and demand–ability fit17
Underemploying highly skilled migrants: An organizational logic protecting corporate ‘normality’17
Holding on to let go: Identity work in discontinuous and involuntary career transitions17
Human Relations virtual special issue: Flexible Work Practices and Work-Family Domain17
Racialised professionals’ experiences of selective incivility in organisations: A multi-level analysis of subtle racism17
Becoming upbeat: Learning the affecto-rhythmic order of organizational practices16
The use of mobile technologies for work-to-family boundary permeability: The case of Finnish and Canadian male lawyers16
From tokens to key players: The influence of board gender and ethnic diversity on corporate discrimination lawsuits16
Moments that connect: Turning points and the becoming of leadership16
‘Same, but different’: A mixed-methods realist evaluation of a cluster-randomized controlled participatory organizational intervention16
Critical essay: (In)sensitive violence, development, and the smell of the soil: Strategic decision-making of what?16
A self-regulation model of leader authenticity based on mindful self-regulated attention and political skill15
“Bloody Wonder Woman!”: Identity performances of elite women entrepreneurs on Instagram15
How is social inequality maintained in the Global South? Critiquing the concept of dirty work15
Coming home: Why veterans with disabilities withhold workplace accommodation requests15
Activating the ‘ideal jobseeker’: Experiences of individuals with mental health conditions on the UK Work Programme15
Contextualising intersectionality: A qualitative study of East Asian female migrant workers in the UK14
The stories that make us: Leaders’ origin stories and temporal identity work14
Leader and organizational identification and organizational citizenship behaviors: Examining cross-lagged relationships and the moderating role of collective identity orientation14
Working on my own: Measuring the challenges of gig work14
Shaping positive and negative ties to improve team effectiveness: The roles of leader humility and team helping norms14
Career challenges in smart cities: A sociotechnical systems view on sustainable careers13
Mitigating the psychologically detrimental effects of supervisor undermining: Joint effects of voice and political skill13
Humanizing work in the digital age: Lessons from socio-technical systems and quality of working life initiatives12
‘Living at the border of poverty’: How theater actors maintain their calling through narrative identity work12
The extensification of managerial work in the digital age: Middle managers, spatio-temporal boundaries and control12
He aronga takirua: Cultural double-shift of Māori scientists12
Exploring creativity and innovation in broadcasting12
Manifesto for a new Quality of Working Life12
A closer look at how managerial support can help improve patient experience: Insights from the UK’s National Health Service11
To the edge and beyond: How fast-response organizations adapt in rapidly changing crisis situations11
Why work it when you can dodge it? Identity responses to ethnic stigma among professionals11
Are outside directors on the small and medium-sized enterprise board always beneficial? Disclosure of firm-specific information in board-management relations as the missing mechanism11
Underemployment and well-being in Europe11
‘Thriving instead of surviving’: A capability approach to geographical career transitions in the creative industries11
Engaged yet excluded: The processual, dispersed, and political dynamics of boundary work11
Making up leaders: Reconfiguring the executive student through profiling, texts and conversations in a leadership development programme11
Company towns and the governmentality of desired identities11
Exploring the dynamics of slack in extreme contexts: A practice-based view10
Agile work practices and employee proactivity: A multilevel study10
The art of labour organizing: Participatory art and migrant domestic workers’ self-organizing in London10
Management without morals: Construct development and initial testing of amoral management10