1. Antecedents and outcomes of employee well-being
2. Maximizing employee functioning by improving individuals' health and ability to recover from work stressors
3. The health implications of daily financial rewards
Grandey, Alicia A., Sayre, Gordon M., French, Kimberly A. 2021. “A blessing and a curse”: Work loss during coronavirus lockdown on short-term health changes via threat and recovery. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 26 (4) : 261-275 p.
Kundro, Timothy G., Burke, Vanessa, Grandey, Alicia A., Sayre, Gordon M. 2021. A perfect storm: Customer sexual harassment as a joint function of financial dependence and emotional labor. Journal of Applied Psychology, FORTH
Sayre, Gordon M., Grandey, Alicia A., Almeida, David M. 2021. Does sleep help or harm managers’ perceived productivity?: Trade-offs between affect and time as resources. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 26 (2) : 127-141 p.
Sayre, Gordon M., Grandey, Alicia A., Chi, Nai-Wen. 2020. From cheery to “cheers”?: Regulating emotions at work and alcohol consumption after work. Journal of Applied Psychology, 105 (6) : 597-618 p.
McKay, Alexander S., Grimaldi, Elizabeth M., Sayre, Gordon M., Hoffman, Michael E., Reimer, Robert D., Mohammed, Susan. 2020. Types of union participators over time: Toward a person-centered and dynamic model of participation. Personnel Psychology, 73 (2) : 271-304 p.
Grandey, Alicia A., Frone, Michael R., Melloy, Robert C., Sayre, Gordon M. 2019. When are fakers also drinkers?: A self-control view of emotional labor and alcohol consumption among U.S. service workers. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 24 (4) : 482-497 p.
Grandey, Alicia A., Sayre, Gordon M. 2019. Emotional labor: Regulating emotions for a wage. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 28 (2) : 131-137 p.
Sayre, Gordon M., Dahling, Jason J. 2016. Surveillance 2.0: How personality qualifies reactions to social media monitoring policies. Personality and Individual Differences, 90 : 254-259 p.
Sayre, Gordon M. 2022. Are managers sacrificing sleep to get more work done?. People Management
- Academy of Management
- Society of Occupational and Organizational Psychology