Parbudyal Singh

School of Human Resource Management

Professor

Office: Atkinson College, 237
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 30100
Emailsinghp@yorku.ca

Parbudyal Singh (Ph.D., McMaster University) is a Professor of Human Resource Management at York University, Toronto. Dr. Singh’s research covers emerging issues in human resources management and labor relations.

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Parbudyal Singh (Ph.D., McMaster University) is a Professor of Human Resource Management at York University, Toronto. Dr. Singh’s research covers emerging issues in human resources management and labor relations. He has more than 100 refereed publications, many in top refereed journals such as Industrial Relations, Human Resource Management, Organizational Psychology Review, Journal of Business Ethics, Leadership Quarterly, British Journal of Industrial Relations, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Labor Research, Management International Review, Journal of Business and Psychology, Comparative Labor Law Journal, Relations Industrielles, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Human Resource Management Review, Personnel Review, and Human Resource Planning. He is a co-author of one of Canada's leading textbook on Human Resources Management (Managing Human Resources, 7th Canadian edition, Nelson Canada, 2013).

Dr. Singh has won numerous scholastic awards, including the Ph.D. best student prize in 1998 from McMaster's School of Business. He is also the recipient of SSHRC research grants, major national competitive graduate student scholarships, and the winner of a McMaster University teaching award for outstanding teaching quality. He is listed in Marquis's Who's Who in America (2003-04) and Who’s Who Among American Teachers (2003 and 2004). In 2005, he won the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Research (Atkinson, York) and the Alumni Award for Teaching Excellence. More recently, he won the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Teaching (2007). He has supervised more than 30 graduate students – both at the Masters and PhD levels.

He is a former Associate Dean in the School of Business, University of New Haven, Connecticut, and a former human resources manager in a large multinational manufacturing firm. He has consulted with/advised more than 30 Canadian firms, many of them leaders in their fields.

Area of Specialization

Human Resources Management

Degrees

PhD Human Resources Management/Labour Relations, McMaster University
MBA, University of Windsor
BA, University of Guyana


Research Interests

Human Resources , Management , Industrial Relations

Selected Publications

Wang, G., & Singh, P. (2014) . The Evolution of CEO Compensation over the Organizational Life Cycle: A Contingency Explanation. Human Resource Management Review, 24(2), 144-159.

Samnani, A.-K., & Singh, P. (2014) . Performance-enhancing compensation practices and productivity: The role of workplace bullying. Human Resource Management Review, 24(1), 5-16.

Samnani, A.-K., Salamon, S. D., & Singh, P. (2013) . Negative affect and counterproductive workplace behaviors: The moderating role of moral disengagement and gender. Journal of Business Ethics, Jan., 1-10.

Manroop, L., & Singh, P. (2011) . The role of the AFL-CIO in regime change: The case of Guyana. British Journal of Industrial Relations.

Singh, P., Nadim, A., & Ezzedeen, S. (2012) . Leadership styles and gender: An extension. Journal of Leadership Studies, 5(4), 6-19.

Singh, P., & Loncar, N. (2010) . Antecedents of pay satisfaction in a unionized environment. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, 65(3), 470-490.

Current Research Projects


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
ATK Fellowship


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
ATK Fellowship


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
ATK Fellowship

Work intensity and working long hours in Canada

Summary: 
SSHRC Standard Grant 2009-2012

Description: 
This study examines the antecedents and consequences of working long hours and work intensity in Canada. Potential antecedents that will be examined include the need for achievement, financial position, job insecurity, organizational and group pressures, organizational culture, and personality, among other factors. Potential consequences include stress and psychological well-being, work engagement, job satisfaction and job performance. The study focuses on selected professional groups such as managers and nurses and has important implications for both research and practice.

Project Type: Funded
Role: Principal Investigator

Collaborator: Dr. Ron Burke
Collaborator Institution: Schulich Schulich of Business
Funders: 
SSHRC

Selected Publications

Wang, G., & Singh, P. (2014) . The Evolution of CEO Compensation over the Organizational Life Cycle: A Contingency Explanation. Human Resource Management Review, 24(2), 144-159.

Samnani, A.-K., & Singh, P. (2014) . Performance-enhancing compensation practices and productivity: The role of workplace bullying. Human Resource Management Review, 24(1), 5-16.

Samnani, A.-K., Salamon, S. D., & Singh, P. (2013) . Negative affect and counterproductive workplace behaviors: The moderating role of moral disengagement and gender. Journal of Business Ethics, Jan., 1-10.

Manroop, L., & Singh, P. (2011) . The role of the AFL-CIO in regime change: The case of Guyana. British Journal of Industrial Relations.

Singh, P., Nadim, A., & Ezzedeen, S. (2012) . Leadership styles and gender: An extension. Journal of Leadership Studies, 5(4), 6-19.

Singh, P., & Loncar, N. (2010) . Antecedents of pay satisfaction in a unionized environment. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, 65(3), 470-490.

All Publications

Journal Articles

Selected Journal Articles Published Over the Last 4 Years

Wang, G., & Singh, P. (2014) . The Evolution of CEO Compensation over the Organizational Life Cycle: A Contingency Explanation. Human Resource Management Review, 24(2), 144-159.

Burke, R., & Singh, P. (2014) . Correlates of career priority and family priority among hospital-based nursing staff. Gender in Management – An International Journal, 29(2), 91-107.

Samnani, A.-K., & Singh, P. (2014) . Performance-enhancing compensation practices and productivity: The role of workplace bullying. Human Resource Management Review, 24(1), 5-16.

Samnani, A.-K., Salamon, S. D., & Singh, P. (2013) . Negative affect and counterproductive workplace behaviors: The moderating role of moral disengagement and gender. Journal of Business Ethics, Jan., 1-10.

Samnani, A.-K., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. (2013) . Workplace bullying and employee performance: The role of employee attributions. Organizational Psychology Review. 3(4), 337-359.

Samnani, A.-K., & Singh, P. (2013) . Exploring the fit perspective: An ethnographic approach. Human Resource Management, 52(1), 123-144.

Samnani, A.-K., & Singh, P. (2012) . When leaders victimize: The role of charismatic leaders in facilitating group pressures. The Leadership Quarterly. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.leaqua.2012.10.006

Samnani, A.-K., & Singh, P. (2012) . 20 years of workplace bullying research: A review of the antecedents and consequences of bullying in the workplace. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 17(6), 581-589.

Burke, R., Koyuncu, M., Singh, P. Alayoglu, N., & Koyuncu, K. (2012) . Gender differences in work experiences and work outcomes among Turkish managers and professionals: Continuing signs of progress? Gender in Management – An International Journal, 27(1), 23-35.

Singh, P., Nadim, A., & Ezzedeen, S. (2012) . Leadership styles and gender: An extension. Journal of Leadership Studies, 5(4), 6-19.

Manroop, L., & Singh, P. (2011) . The role of the AFL-CIO in regime change: The case of Guyana. British Journal of Industrial Relations.

Durrani, S., & Singh, P. (2011) . Women, private practice and billable hours: Time for a total rewards strategy? Compensation and Benefits Review, September-October, 300-305.

Celani, A., & Singh, P. (2011) . Signalling theory and applicant reaction outcomes. Personnel Review, 40(2), 222-238.

Samnani, A., & Singh, P. (2011) . Stop Chasing Best Practices: Focus on Fit for Your HR Function. People & Strategy (formerly Human Resource Planning), 34(1), 34-38.

Love, L, & Singh, P. (2011) . Employer branding through human resource management. Journal of Business and Psychology. 26(2), 175-181.

Singh, P., & Peng, P. (2010) . Canada’s bold experiment with pay equity. Women in Management – An International Journal, 25(7), 570-585.

McKenna, S., Richardson, J., & Singh, P., & Xu, J. (2010) . Negotiating, Accepting and Resisting “HRM’: A Chinese Case Study. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 21(6), 851-873.

Burke, R., Singh, P. & Fiksenbaum, L. (2010) . Work intensity: Potential antecedents and consequences. Personnel Review, 39(5), 347-361.

Singh, P., & Loncar, N. (2010) . Antecedents of pay satisfaction in a unionized environment. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, 65(3), 470-490.

Forthcoming

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/HRM3490 3.0  Compensation ONLN  
Fall 2017 AP/HRM3490 3.0  Compensation LECT  


Parbudyal Singh (Ph.D., McMaster University) is a Professor of Human Resource Management at York University, Toronto. Dr. Singh’s research covers emerging issues in human resources management and labor relations.


Parbudyal Singh (Ph.D., McMaster University) is a Professor of Human Resource Management at York University, Toronto. Dr. Singh’s research covers emerging issues in human resources management and labor relations. He has more than 100 refereed publications, many in top refereed journals such as Industrial Relations, Human Resource Management, Organizational Psychology Review, Journal of Business Ethics, Leadership Quarterly, British Journal of Industrial Relations, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Labor Research, Management International Review, Journal of Business and Psychology, Comparative Labor Law Journal, Relations Industrielles, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Human Resource Management Review, Personnel Review, and Human Resource Planning. He is a co-author of one of Canada's leading textbook on Human Resources Management (Managing Human Resources, 7th Canadian edition, Nelson Canada, 2013).

Dr. Singh has won numerous scholastic awards, including the Ph.D. best student prize in 1998 from McMaster's School of Business. He is also the recipient of SSHRC research grants, major national competitive graduate student scholarships, and the winner of a McMaster University teaching award for outstanding teaching quality. He is listed in Marquis's Who's Who in America (2003-04) and Who’s Who Among American Teachers (2003 and 2004). In 2005, he won the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Research (Atkinson, York) and the Alumni Award for Teaching Excellence. More recently, he won the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Teaching (2007). He has supervised more than 30 graduate students – both at the Masters and PhD levels.

He is a former Associate Dean in the School of Business, University of New Haven, Connecticut, and a former human resources manager in a large multinational manufacturing firm. He has consulted with/advised more than 30 Canadian firms, many of them leaders in their fields.

Area of Specialization

Human Resources Management

Degrees

PhD Human Resources Management/Labour Relations, McMaster University
MBA, University of Windsor
BA, University of Guyana

Research Interests:

Human Resources , Management , Employment and Labour , Industrial Relations

Current Research Projects


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
ATK Fellowship


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
ATK Fellowship


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
ATK Fellowship

Work intensity and working long hours in Canada

Summary: 
SSHRC Standard Grant 2009-2012

Description: 
This study examines the antecedents and consequences of working long hours and work intensity in Canada. Potential antecedents that will be examined include the need for achievement, financial position, job insecurity, organizational and group pressures, organizational culture, and personality, among other factors. Potential consequences include stress and psychological well-being, work engagement, job satisfaction and job performance. The study focuses on selected professional groups such as managers and nurses and has important implications for both research and practice.

Project Type: Funded
Role: Principal Investigator

Collaborator: Dr. Ron Burke
Collaborator Institution: Schulich Schulich of Business
Funders: 
SSHRC

All Publications

Journal Articles

Selected Journal Articles Published Over the Last 4 Years

Wang, G., & Singh, P. (2014) . The Evolution of CEO Compensation over the Organizational Life Cycle: A Contingency Explanation. Human Resource Management Review, 24(2), 144-159.

Burke, R., & Singh, P. (2014) . Correlates of career priority and family priority among hospital-based nursing staff. Gender in Management – An International Journal, 29(2), 91-107.

Samnani, A.-K., & Singh, P. (2014) . Performance-enhancing compensation practices and productivity: The role of workplace bullying. Human Resource Management Review, 24(1), 5-16.

Samnani, A.-K., Salamon, S. D., & Singh, P. (2013) . Negative affect and counterproductive workplace behaviors: The moderating role of moral disengagement and gender. Journal of Business Ethics, Jan., 1-10.

Samnani, A.-K., Singh, P., & Ezzedeen, S. (2013) . Workplace bullying and employee performance: The role of employee attributions. Organizational Psychology Review. 3(4), 337-359.

Samnani, A.-K., & Singh, P. (2013) . Exploring the fit perspective: An ethnographic approach. Human Resource Management, 52(1), 123-144.

Samnani, A.-K., & Singh, P. (2012) . When leaders victimize: The role of charismatic leaders in facilitating group pressures. The Leadership Quarterly. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.leaqua.2012.10.006

Samnani, A.-K., & Singh, P. (2012) . 20 years of workplace bullying research: A review of the antecedents and consequences of bullying in the workplace. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 17(6), 581-589.

Burke, R., Koyuncu, M., Singh, P. Alayoglu, N., & Koyuncu, K. (2012) . Gender differences in work experiences and work outcomes among Turkish managers and professionals: Continuing signs of progress? Gender in Management – An International Journal, 27(1), 23-35.

Singh, P., Nadim, A., & Ezzedeen, S. (2012) . Leadership styles and gender: An extension. Journal of Leadership Studies, 5(4), 6-19.

Manroop, L., & Singh, P. (2011) . The role of the AFL-CIO in regime change: The case of Guyana. British Journal of Industrial Relations.

Durrani, S., & Singh, P. (2011) . Women, private practice and billable hours: Time for a total rewards strategy? Compensation and Benefits Review, September-October, 300-305.

Celani, A., & Singh, P. (2011) . Signalling theory and applicant reaction outcomes. Personnel Review, 40(2), 222-238.

Samnani, A., & Singh, P. (2011) . Stop Chasing Best Practices: Focus on Fit for Your HR Function. People & Strategy (formerly Human Resource Planning), 34(1), 34-38.

Love, L, & Singh, P. (2011) . Employer branding through human resource management. Journal of Business and Psychology. 26(2), 175-181.

Singh, P., & Peng, P. (2010) . Canada’s bold experiment with pay equity. Women in Management – An International Journal, 25(7), 570-585.

McKenna, S., Richardson, J., & Singh, P., & Xu, J. (2010) . Negotiating, Accepting and Resisting “HRM’: A Chinese Case Study. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 21(6), 851-873.

Burke, R., Singh, P. & Fiksenbaum, L. (2010) . Work intensity: Potential antecedents and consequences. Personnel Review, 39(5), 347-361.

Singh, P., & Loncar, N. (2010) . Antecedents of pay satisfaction in a unionized environment. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, 65(3), 470-490.

Forthcoming


Teaching:

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/HRM3490 3.0  Compensation ONLN  
Fall 2017 AP/HRM3490 3.0  Compensation LECT