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Daniel Skarlicki
Daniel Skarlicki
Edgar Kaiser Professor of Organizational Behavior, Sauder School of Business
Verified email at sauder.ubc.ca
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Retaliation in the workplace: The roles of distributive, procedural, and interactional justice.
DP Skarlicki, R Folger
Journal of applied Psychology 82 (3), 434, 1997
38841997
Personality as a moderator in the relationship between fairness and retaliation
DP Skarlicki, R Folger, P Tesluk
Academy of management journal 42 (1), 100-108, 1999
10551999
Exploring the role of emotions in injustice perceptions and retaliation.
LJ Barclay, DP Skarlicki, SD Pugh
Journal of applied psychology 90 (4), 629, 2005
8702005
Applicants' and employees' reactions to corporate social responsibility: The moderating effects of first‐party justice perceptions and moral identity
DE Rupp, R Shao, MA Thornton, DP Skarlicki
Personnel psychology 66 (4), 895-933, 2013
7712013
Increasing citizenship behavior within a labor union: A test of organizational justice theory.
DP Skarlicki, GP Latham
Journal of applied psychology 81 (2), 161, 1996
7221996
Fairness as deonance
R Folger, SW Gilliland, DD Steiner, DP Skarlicki
Theoretical and cultural perspectives on organizational justice, 3-33, 2001
7072001
The role of job demands and emotional exhaustion in the relationship between customer and employee incivility
DD Van Jaarsveld, DD Walker, DP Skarlicki
Journal of management 36 (6), 1486-1504, 2010
6402010
Getting even for customer mistreatment: the role of moral identity in the relationship between customer interpersonal injustice and employee sabotage.
DP Skarlicki, DD Van Jaarsveld, DD Walker
Journal of applied psychology 93 (6), 1335, 2008
6182008
Unfairness and resistance to change: Hardship as mistreatment
R Folger, DP Skarlicki
Journal of organizational change management 12 (1), 35-50, 1999
6021999
Leadership training in organizational justice to increase citizenship behavior within a labor union: A replication
DP Skarlicki, GP Latham
Personnel psychology 50 (3), 617-633, 1997
4971997
Third-party reactions to employee (mis) treatment: A justice perspective
DP Skarlicki, CT Kulik
Research in organizational behavior 26, 183-229, 2004
4892004
After the fall: Layoff victims' trust and cynicism in re‐employment
SD Pugh, DP Skarlicki, BS Passell
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 76 (2), 201-212, 2003
4162003
Trust in leaders: Existing research and emerging issues
KT Dirks, DP Skarlicki
Trust and distrust in organizations: Dilemmas and approaches 7, 21-40, 2004
4072004
Culture and procedural fairness: When the effects of what you do depend on how you do it
J Brockner, YR Chen, EA Mannix, K Leung, DP Skarlicki
Administrative Science Quarterly 45 (1), 138-159, 2000
3722000
Employee justice across cultures: A meta-analytic review
R Shao, DE Rupp, DP Skarlicki, KS Jones
Journal of management 39 (1), 263-301, 2013
3422013
When tough times make tough bosses: Managerial distancing as a function of layoff blame
R Folger, DP Skarlicki
Academy of Management Journal 41 (1), 79-87, 1998
2981998
Dual processing and organizational justice: The role of rational versus experiential processing in third-party reactions to workplace mistreatment.
DP Skarlicki, DE Rupp
Journal of Applied Psychology 95 (5), 944, 2010
2802010
Exploring the effects of individual customer incivility encounters on employee incivility: The moderating roles of entity (in) civility and negative affectivity.
DD Walker, DD Van Jaarsveld, DP Skarlicki
Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (1), 151, 2014
2672014
Third-party perceptions of a layoff: Procedural, derogation, and retributive aspects of justice.
DP Skarlicki, JH Ellard, BRC Kelln
Journal of Applied Psychology 83 (1), 119, 1998
2611998
Corporate social responsibility and employee engagement: The moderating role of CSR‐specific relative autonomy and individualism
DE Rupp, R Shao, DP Skarlicki, EL Paddock, TY Kim, T Nadisic
Journal of Organizational Behavior 39 (5), 559-579, 2018
2472018
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