Assistant Professor

Contact InformationJanet Boekhorst

Phone: 519-888-4567 x40148
Location: E7 2434

Website

Biography Summary

Janet Boekhorst, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at the Conrad School of Entrepreneurship and Business. Janet earned her PhD from York University and her Master of Industrial Relations (MIR) from Queen’s University.

Research Interests

  • Star employees
  • Employee well-being
  • Workplace fun
  • Workplace diversity and inclusion

Education

  • 2015, Doctorate, Human Resources Management, York University
  • 2010, Master's, Master of Industrial Relations, Queen's University
  • 2009, Bachelor's, Bachelor of Commerce, University of Guelph

Courses*

  • BE 600 - Management and Leadership
    • Taught in 2020
  • BET 340 - Entrepreneurial Plan& Execute
    • Taught in 2018, 2019, 2020
  • BET 450 - Leadership
    • Taught in 2019, 2020
* Only courses taught in the past 5 years are displayed.

Selected/Recent Publications

  • Harrison, Jennifer A and Boekhorst, Janet A and Yu, Yin, HPWS and climate for inclusion: a moral legitimacy lens, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 37(5), 2018, 491 - 505
  • Boekhorst, Janet A and Singh, Parbudyal and Burke, Ronald, Work intensity, emotional exhaustion and life satisfaction: the moderating role of psychological detachment, Personnel Review, 46(5), 2017, 891 - 907
  • Samnani, Al-Karim and Boekhorst, Janet A and Harrison, Jennifer A, Institutional-level bullying: Exploring workplace bullying during union organizing drives, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 89(2), 2016, 377 - 395
  • Singh, Parbudyal and Burke, Ronald J and Boekhorst, Janet, Recovery after work experiences, employee well-being and intent to quit, Personnel Review, 45(2), 2016, 232 - 254
  • Boekhorst, Janet A, The role of authentic leadership in fostering workplace inclusion: A social information processing perspective, Human Resource Management, 54(2), 2015, 241 - 264

Graduate Studies

  • Not currently accepting applications for graduate students