Doctorate in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management, The George Washington University, for six years she worked in the corporate sector as a human resource manager with several multinational companies.
Dr. Lee's research interests include workplace harassment/deviance, psychological contracts and social exchange relationships, leadership, and human resource management.
Lee, J., & Jensen, J. M. (In press). The Effects of Active Constructive and Passive Corrective Leadership on Workplace Incivility and the Mediating Role of Fairness Perceptions. Group and Organization Management.
Lee, J., Chaudhry, A., & Tekleab, A. G. (In press). An Interactionist Perspective on Employee Performance as a Response to Psychological Contract Breach. Personnel Review.
Lee, J., & Taylor, M. S. (2014). Managers’ Dual Roles in Psychological Contracts: When Managers Take both Agent and Principal Roles. Human Resource Management Review, 24, 95-107.
Tomczyk, D., Lee, J., & Winslow, E. (2013). Entrepreneurs’ Personal Values, Compensation, and High Growth Firm Performance.Journal of Small Business Management, 51(1), 66-82.
Raver, J. L., Jensen, J. M., Lee, J., & O'Reilly, J. (2012). Destructive Criticism Revisited: Appraisals, Task Outcomes, and the Moderating Role of Competitiveness. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 61(2), 177-203.