Shawn M. Carraher mainly focuses on Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Compensation, Scale and Pay satisfaction. Much of his study explores Social psychology relationship to Applied psychology. The Job satisfaction study combines topics in areas such as Wage, Personal commitment, Curse of dimensionality and Certification.
His Compensation research includes themes of Confirmatory factor analysis, Sample and Perceived organizational support, Organizational commitment. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Organizational life cycle and Competitive advantage. His research investigates the connection with Pay satisfaction and areas like Economic growth which intersect with concerns in Salary.
Shawn M. Carraher focuses on Social psychology, Marketing, Public relations, Scale and Job satisfaction. His research integrates issues of Test, Sample, Psychometrics and Curse of dimensionality in his study of Social psychology. His Marketing course of study focuses on Construct and Actuarial science and Pay satisfaction.
His Public relations research includes elements of Social entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship. His work deals with themes such as Pedagogy, Organizational commitment and Process management, which intersect with Scale. His studies deal with areas such as Structural equation modeling and Empirical research as well as Job satisfaction.
Management history, Management, Public relations, Law and economics and Intellectual property are his primary areas of study. Shawn M. Carraher has included themes like Accreditation and Capitalism in his Management study. As a part of the same scientific family, Shawn M. Carraher mostly works in the field of Public relations, focusing on Social entrepreneurship and, on occasion, Social science, Test, Scale, Positive economics and Field.
Shawn M. Carraher combines topics linked to Social psychology with his work on Test. His work carried out in the field of Social psychology brings together such families of science as Reliability and Sample. His Intellectual property study deals with China intersecting with Enthusiasm, Institution and Key.
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Organizational Life Cycle: A Five Stage Empirical Scale
Donald L. Lester;John A. Parnell;Shawn Carraher.
Using the kaleidoscope career model to examine generational differences in work attitudes
Sherry E. Sullivan;Monica L. Forret;Shawn M. Carraher;Lisa A. Mainiero.
Mentoring across global boundaries: an empirical examination of home- and host-country mentors on expatriate career outcomes
Shawn M Carraher;Sherry E Sullivan;Madeline M Crocitto.
Investigating newcomer expectations and job-related outcomes
M. Ronald Buckley;Donald B. Fedor;John G. Veres;Danielle S. Wiese.
Cognitive complexity and the perceived dimensionality of pay satisfaction.
Shawn M. Carraher;M. Ronald Buckley.
Global mentoring as a means of career development and knowledge creation: A learning‐based framework and agenda for future research
Madeline M. Crocitto;Sherry E. Sullivan;Shawn M. Carraher.
Implementing Realistic Job Previews and Expectation-Lowering Procedures: A Field Experiment
M.Ronald Buckley;Tommie A. Mobbs;Jorge L. Mendoza;Milorad M. Novicevic.
Turnover prediction using attitudes towards benefits, pay, and pay satisfaction among employees and entrepreneurs in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania
Shawn M. Carraher.
Developing Measures for Assessing the Organizational Impact of Information Technology: A Comment on Mahmood and Soon's Paper
Vijay Sethi;Shawn Carraher.
Compensation satisfaction in the Baltics and the USA
Shawn M. Carraher;Jane Whitney Gibson;M. Ronald Buckley.
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