Juan I. Sanchez mainly focuses on Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Occupational stress, Stressor and Well-being. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Developmental psychology, Work–family conflict and Human resources. His Work–family conflict study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Life satisfaction, Test and Applied psychology.
His Occupational stress study combines topics in areas such as Social support, Interpersonal relationship, Process and Employee retention. His Stressor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social influence, Organizational commitment, Diversity management and Competence. Juan I. Sanchez studied Locus of control and Ecology that intersect with Industrial and organizational psychology.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Job analysis, Work–family conflict, Stressor and Job satisfaction. His research in the fields of Occupational stress and Industrial and organizational psychology overlaps with other disciplines such as Collectivism. His work deals with themes such as Role conflict and Organizational commitment, which intersect with Occupational stress.
His Job analysis study incorporates themes from Inter-rater reliability, Job performance, Job design and Task analysis. His Stressor research incorporates themes from Developmental psychology and Social support. Among his Job satisfaction studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Family satisfaction and Well-being.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Latin Americans, Process management, Process and Sample. His Social psychology research is mostly focused on the topic Organizational behavior. Latin Americans is intertwined with Political economy, Populism, Spillover effect, Liability and Internationalization in his study.
His Process management research includes elements of Core competency and Knowledge management. There are a combination of areas like Mechanism and Family support integrated together with his Process study. Juan I. Sanchez has included themes like Economic growth, Mergers and acquisitions and Transactional leadership in his Sample study.
Juan I. Sanchez focuses on Social psychology, Labour economics, Annual leave, Work–family conflict and Negative relationship. A large part of his Social psychology studies is devoted to Personality. Along with Labour economics, other disciplines of study including Latin Americans, Internationalization, Association and Economic shortage are integrated into his research.
His Annual leave research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sample, Sick leave and Parental leave. In his papers, Juan I. Sanchez integrates diverse fields, such as Liability and Attractiveness.
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The Role of Social Support in the Process of Work Stress: A Meta-Analysis
Chockalingam Viswesvaran;Juan I. Sanchez;Jeffrey Fisher.
Journal of Vocational Behavior (1999)
THE PRACTICE OF COMPETENCY MODELING
Jeffery S. Shippmann;Ronald A. Ash;Mariangela Batjtsta;Linda Carr.
Personnel Psychology (2000)
Outcomes of Perceived Discrimination Among Hispanic Employees: Is Diversity Management a Luxury or a Necessity?
Juan I. Sanchez;Petra Brock.
Academy of Management Journal (1996)
A CROSS‐NATIONAL COMPARATIVE STUDY OF WORK‐FAMILY STRESSORS, WORKING HOURS, AND WELL‐BEING: CHINA AND LATIN AMERICA VERSUS THE ANGLO WORLD
Paul E. Spector;Cary L. Cooper;Steven A.Y. Poelmans;Tammy D. Allen.
Personnel Psychology (2004)
CROSS-NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN RELATIONSHIPS OF WORK DEMANDS, JOB SATISFACTION, AND TURNOVER INTENTIONS WITH WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT
Paul E. Spector;Tammy D. Allen;Steven A.Y. Poelmans;Laurent M. Lapierre.
Personnel Psychology (2007)
Locus of control and well-being at work: how generalizable are western findings
Paul E. Spector;Cary L. Cooper;Juan I. Sanchez;Michael O'Driscoll.
Academy of Management Journal (2002)
Family-Responsive Interventions, Perceived Organizational and Supervisor Support, Work-Family Conflict, and Psychological Strain
Michael Patrick O'Driscoll;Steven Poelmans;Paul E. Spector;Thomas Kalliath.
International Journal of Stress Management (2003)
Family-supportive organization perceptions, multiple dimensions of work–family conflict, and employee satisfaction: A test of model across five samples
Laurent M. Lapierre;Paul E. Spector;Tammy D. Allen;Steven Poelmans.
Journal of Vocational Behavior (2008)
Acculturative Stress Among Hispanics: A Bidimensional Model of Ethnic Identification
Juan I. Sánchez;Diana M. Fernández.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology (1993)
Adapting to a boundaryless world: A developmental expatriate model
Juan I. Sanchez;Paul E. Spector;Cary L. Cooper.
Academy of Management Perspectives (2000)
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