Reid is studying “time policing” or how employers and colleagues monitor men and women’s time differently in the workplace.
Goran Calic: "Research that could improve and even save human lives is often just waiting to be developed."
"I want people to be proud that they’re part of DeGroote," McCracken says. "That we’re all here for one another."
Schat, an expert in industrial-organizational psychology, knows how much aggression and incivility customer service workers face.
DeGroote's Mahmut Parlar is being awarded the Canadian Operational Research Society’s Award of Merit.
Companies that disclose financial reports to a prospective franchisee are often a high-quality investment, DeGroote researchers have found.
Isik Zeytinoglu’s research shows that being supportive of workers makes them healthier, more productive, and more likely to stick around.
Nastasoiu: “I think this speaks to ... our strong desire to keep our options open.”
François Neville: "Overall, there is a disconnect that needs to be addressed."
Because the service industry is often tilted in favour of the customer, Schat says so-called “revenge” on the customer is covert.
Maggie Cheng: "Are we attempting to differentiate employees based on stereotypes so that we can control them?"
Sourav Ray: "I study how prices change, and that is always a hot topic with the public."