Stigmatized Social Identities in the Workplace

Hennekam, S. Ladge, J.J. & Shymko, Y.* From Zero to Hero: An Exploratory Study Examining Sudden Hero Status Among Non-Physician Healthcare Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Journal of Applied Psychology, In press. (*equal authorship; authors listed alphabetically)

Hennekam, S. & Ladge, J.J. (2017). When lesbians become mothers: Identity validation, claiming birth “rights” and the role of diversity climate, In Press, Journal of Vocational Behavior

Sawyer, K., Thoroughgood, C. & Ladge, J.J. (2017). Invisible Families, Invisible Conflicts: Examining Identity-Based Work-Family Conflict for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Employees, In Press, Journal of Vocational Behavior ***KANTER AWARD FINALIST***

Clair, J., Ladge, J. and Cotton, R. (2016). This is how we do it: How HR professionals offset their distress over repeated downsizing work by helping others in need. Journal of Management Inquiry. 25(3): 301-321 (5-Year Impact Factor, 1.684).

Greenberg, D., Ladge, J.J. and Clair, J.A. (2009). Private and public conflicts: negotiating pregnancy at work. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 2(1): 42-56.