His scientific interests lie mostly in Human resource management, Social psychology, Turnover, Organizational effectiveness and Organizational performance. His Human resource management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Demographic economics and Public relations. His Demographic economics research includes elements of Organizational level and Resource management.
His work often combines Social psychology and Social environment studies. His work in Turnover addresses subjects such as Organizational behavior, which are connected to disciplines such as Labour economics. Jason D. Shaw interconnects Workforce and Public economics in the investigation of issues within Organizational performance.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Job performance, Organizational performance, Public relations and Human resource management. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Developmental psychology and Social psychology. Job performance and Centrality are commonly linked in his work.
His Organizational performance study also includes fields such as
His main research concerns Social psychology, Accounting, PsycINFO, Engineering ethics and Industrial organization. His research in the fields of Job performance, Job attitude and Job satisfaction overlaps with other disciplines such as Knowledge hiding. His Job performance research incorporates themes from Centrality, Outcome and Position.
His Accounting research integrates issues from Empirical evidence and Corporate governance. His studies deal with areas such as Public relations and Business economics as well as Organizational behavior. His Public relations research includes themes of Social support and Unemployment.
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The relation between work-family balance and quality of life
Jeffrey H. Greenhaus;Karen M. Collins;Jason DeFrance Shaw.
An organization-level analysis of voluntary and involuntary turnover.
Jason DeFrance Shaw;John E. Delery;G. Douglas Jenkins;Nina Gupta.
Voluntary Turnover, Social Capital, and Organizational Performance
Gregory G. Dess;Jason DeFrance Shaw.
Are financial incentives related to performance? A meta-analytic review of empirical research.
G. Douglas Jenkins Jr.;Atul Mitra;Nina Gupta;Jason D. Shaw.
The strategic management of people in work organizations: Review, synthesis, and extension
John E. Delery;Jason DeFrance Shaw.
Alternative Conceptualizations of the Relationship Between Voluntary Turnover and Organizational Performance
Jason DeFrance Shaw;Nina Gupta;John E. Delery.
One hundred years of employee turnover theory and research.
Peter W. Hom;Thomas W. Lee;Jason D. Shaw;John P. Hausknecht.
Personality moderators of the relationship between abusive supervision and subordinates' resistance.
Bennett J. Tepper;Michelle K. Duffy;Jason D. Shaw.
Turnover rates and organizational performance: a meta-analysis
Tae Youn Park;Jason DeFrance Shaw.
COVID-19 and the workplace: Implications, issues, and insights for future research and action.
Kevin M. Kniffin;Jayanth Narayanan;Frederik Anseel;John Antonakis.
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