Jing Wang

School of Human Resource Management

Associate Professor

Office: Atkinson College, 150D
Phone: (416)736-2100 Ext: 44663
Emailjingwan@yorku.ca

Jing Wang earned a Ph.D. in Industrial Relations and Human Resources from the University of Toronto. Her research interests include strategic human resources management, work-life balance, abusive leadership, and underemployment. She has also written about labor issues such as minimum wages and labor arbitration in China. Her work has received the Academy of Management Best Student Paper Award, and the Labor and Employment Relations Association Best Paper Award. Her study on minimum wages won the Outstanding Paper Award at the Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2013. Her research has been published in the field's top journals such as Human Resource Management and International Journal of Human Resource Management. She was a faculty member of the Sobey School of Business at Saint Mary's University and has also worked as a human resource professional for several multinational companies in China.

Degrees

PhD, University of Toronto
MILR, Cornell University
BA, Peking University


Research Interests

Human Resources , Industrial Relations

Selected Publications

Wang, J. (2016) . Underemployment and turnover: The moderating role of human resource practices. International Journal of Human Resource Management. doi: 10.1080/09585192.2016.1203346

Lee, B., Wang, J. & Weststar, J. (2015) . Work hour congruence: The effect on job satisfaction and absenteeism. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26(5), 657-675.

Wang, J & Reid, F. (2015) . The impact of the discrepancy between actual and desired work hours on absenteeism. International Journal of Manpower, 36(5), 668-693.

Wang, J. & Gunderson, M. (2015) . Adjustments to minimum wages in China: Cost-neutral offsets. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations. 70(3), 510-531

Liu , X. & Wang, J. (2013) . Abusive supervision and organizational citizenship behaviors: is guanxi a mediator? International Journal of Human Resources Management, 24(7), 1471-1489.

Wang, J. & Verma, A. (2012) . Explaining organizational responsiveness to work-life balance issues: the role of business strategy and high performance work systems. Human Resource Management, 51(3), 407-432.

Selected Publications

Wang, J. (2016) . Underemployment and turnover: The moderating role of human resource practices. International Journal of Human Resource Management. doi: 10.1080/09585192.2016.1203346

Lee, B., Wang, J. & Weststar, J. (2015) . Work hour congruence: The effect on job satisfaction and absenteeism. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26(5), 657-675.

Wang, J & Reid, F. (2015) . The impact of the discrepancy between actual and desired work hours on absenteeism. International Journal of Manpower, 36(5), 668-693.

Wang, J. & Gunderson, M. (2015) . Adjustments to minimum wages in China: Cost-neutral offsets. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations. 70(3), 510-531

Liu , X. & Wang, J. (2013) . Abusive supervision and organizational citizenship behaviors: is guanxi a mediator? International Journal of Human Resources Management, 24(7), 1471-1489.

Wang, J. & Verma, A. (2012) . Explaining organizational responsiveness to work-life balance issues: the role of business strategy and high performance work systems. Human Resource Management, 51(3), 407-432.

All Publications

Journal Articles

Wang, J. (2016) . Underemployment and turnover: The moderating role of human resource practices. International Journal of Human Resource Management. doi: 10.1080/09585192.2016.1203346

Lee, B., Wang, J. & Weststar, J. (2015) . Work hour congruence: The effect on job satisfaction and absenteeism. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26(5), 657-675.

Wang, J & Reid, F. (2015) . The impact of the discrepancy between actual and desired work hours on absenteeism. International Journal of Manpower, 36(5), 668-693.

Wang, J. & Gunderson, M. (2015) . Adjustments to minimum wages in China: Cost-neutral offsets. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations. 70(3), 510-531

Liu , X. & Wang, J. (2013) . Abusive supervision and organizational citizenship behaviors: is guanxi a mediator? International Journal of Human Resources Management, 24(7), 1471-1489.

Wang, J. & Verma, A. (2012) . Explaining organizational responsiveness to work-life balance issues: the role of business strategy and high performance work systems. Human Resource Management, 51(3), 407-432.

Wang, J. & Gunderson, M. (2012) . The effects of minimum wages on employment and wages: evidence from a natural experiment in China. International Journal of Manpower, 33(8),860-876.

Wang, J. (2011) . Reducing work-life conflict: the role of participating in decision making. Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations,18, 153-175

Wang, J. & Gunderson, M. (2011) . Minimum wage impacts from a prespecified research design: China 2000-2007. Contemporary Economic Policy, 29(3), 392-406.

Verma, A.& Wang, J. (2009) . Career consequences of taking parental leave: do women fare better than men? Journal of Creativity & Innovation. 2(2), 53-76.

Verma, A., Wang, J. & Frost, S. (2008) . A many-headed dragon: growing pluralism in labour policy and regulation in China. Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal. 14(2),243-269.

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/HRM2600 3.0  Human Resources Management ONLN  


Jing Wang earned a Ph.D. in Industrial Relations and Human Resources from the University of Toronto. Her research interests include strategic human resources management, work-life balance, abusive leadership, and underemployment. She has also written about labor issues such as minimum wages and labor arbitration in China. Her work has received the Academy of Management Best Student Paper Award, and the Labor and Employment Relations Association Best Paper Award. Her study on minimum wages won the Outstanding Paper Award at the Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2013. Her research has been published in the field's top journals such as Human Resource Management and International Journal of Human Resource Management. She was a faculty member of the Sobey School of Business at Saint Mary's University and has also worked as a human resource professional for several multinational companies in China.

Degrees

PhD, University of Toronto
MILR, Cornell University
BA, Peking University

Research Interests:

Human Resources , Industrial Relations

All Publications

Journal Articles

Wang, J. (2016) . Underemployment and turnover: The moderating role of human resource practices. International Journal of Human Resource Management. doi: 10.1080/09585192.2016.1203346

Lee, B., Wang, J. & Weststar, J. (2015) . Work hour congruence: The effect on job satisfaction and absenteeism. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26(5), 657-675.

Wang, J & Reid, F. (2015) . The impact of the discrepancy between actual and desired work hours on absenteeism. International Journal of Manpower, 36(5), 668-693.

Wang, J. & Gunderson, M. (2015) . Adjustments to minimum wages in China: Cost-neutral offsets. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations. 70(3), 510-531

Liu , X. & Wang, J. (2013) . Abusive supervision and organizational citizenship behaviors: is guanxi a mediator? International Journal of Human Resources Management, 24(7), 1471-1489.

Wang, J. & Verma, A. (2012) . Explaining organizational responsiveness to work-life balance issues: the role of business strategy and high performance work systems. Human Resource Management, 51(3), 407-432.

Wang, J. & Gunderson, M. (2012) . The effects of minimum wages on employment and wages: evidence from a natural experiment in China. International Journal of Manpower, 33(8),860-876.

Wang, J. (2011) . Reducing work-life conflict: the role of participating in decision making. Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations,18, 153-175

Wang, J. & Gunderson, M. (2011) . Minimum wage impacts from a prespecified research design: China 2000-2007. Contemporary Economic Policy, 29(3), 392-406.

Verma, A.& Wang, J. (2009) . Career consequences of taking parental leave: do women fare better than men? Journal of Creativity & Innovation. 2(2), 53-76.

Verma, A., Wang, J. & Frost, S. (2008) . A many-headed dragon: growing pluralism in labour policy and regulation in China. Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal. 14(2),243-269.


Teaching:

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/HRM2600 3.0  Human Resources Management ONLN