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Marie-Rachel JACOB

Associate Professor

Research center : OCE - Organizations, Critical & Ethnographic perspectives

PhD in Management Science

Law, Management & Social Sciences

Research topics

1. The experience of workers in the transformation of work and employment in organizations

2. Managers of composite teams

3. Social Dialogue

Publications

Associations

  • AoM - Academy of Management
  • EGOS - European Group for Organization Studies
  • Research Group on Social Dialogue - AGRH

Communications & Seminars

  • Jacob M-R (2020) "Human for Whom? Tensions around Human Sustainability in the Workplace". Organization Studies Summer Workshop, Chania, April
  • Jacob M-R, George E. (2020) "Dealing with diversity and heterogeneity in employment contracts in contemporary workplaces: how solidarity and conflict are revisited through multiple worker identities.", European Group for Organization Studies, Hamburg July
  • George E., Rockmann K., Jacob M-R (2019) “Tyranny of Distance versus Uncertainty of Longevity of the Relationship? Unpacking Transient Relationships with Transient Colleagues.” Symposium on Relationships and Community, Academy of Management Annual Conference, Boston, 9th-14th August.
  • Rockmann K., George E., Jacob M-R (2019) “How Loneliness Outside Work Might Impact Life at Work.” Symposium on Workplace Loneliness, Academy of Management Annual Conference, Boston, 9th-14th August.
  • Jacob M-R, George E. (2018) “Blending of workers and blurring of organizational boundaries in the workplace: Organizing work through bonding and bridging practices?" European Group for Organization Studies, Tallinn, 4th-7th July.
  • Rockmann K., George E., Jacob M-R (2018) “The Drive to Drive: Understanding Gig Work by understanding Gig Workers” Academy of Management Conference on Big Data, Guildford,18th-20th April
  • Jacob M-R, Sanson D. (2018) « Dialogue social et PME : les compétences requises des dirigeants » Journée d'étude Centre oce, Ecully, 14th June
  • Zhu J., George E., Jacob M-R (2017) “Bring Time Back Into Worker's Preference: A Longitudinal Study of Standard and Nonstandard Work” HR Division, Academy of Management Annual Conference, Atlanta, 4th-8th August.
  • Jacob M-R (2017) “Dealing with insiders and outsiders in workplace transformation. How managers enact labour relations in the blended workforce” European Group for Organization Studies, Copenhagen, 5th-8th July.
  • Jacob M-R (2016) "Track or Trap? Flexible career for less educated" VU Amsterdam, 14th-15th April & LEM Seminar, Lille, 19th May.
  • Jacob M-R (2015) "Diversity and Precarity in the Workplace: How External Workers challenge Labor Market Inequalities", Academy of Management Annual Conference, Vancouver, 5th-9th August.
  • Jacob M-R (2015) "Diversity and Precarity: How location matters for both individuals and organizations", Association Internationale de Management Stratégique, Paris, 3-5 juin.
  • Jacob M-R (2014) "Territorial discrimination in the Paris' area: workplace integration as a career in France?", European Group for Organization Studies, Rotterdam, 3rd-5th July.
  • Jacob M-R (2013) “Insiders and Outsiders in the Workplace: the Composite Team as the Work-related Boundary in the Company”, American Sociological Association, New York, 8th August.
  • Jacob M-R et Audrey Rouziès (2013) « Ensemble mais différents : les dynamiques d'identification dans les équipes composites», Association Internationale de Management Stratégique,Clermont-Ferrand, 10-12 juin.
  • Jacob M-R (2012) “Employment Status Diversity and Workplace Inequality: Bridging Individual and Collective Levels by Studying Blended Work Groups in a Firm”,European Group for Organization Studies, Helsinki, 7th July.
  • Jacob M-R (2012) « La recomposition des frontières symboliques et sociales entre les travailleurs salariés et externes sur le lieu de travail de l'entreprise : vers un management d'équipes mixtes? »,Etats Généraux du Management, Strasbourg, 12 Octobre.